Four-page circular for distribution to readers of The Liberator, soliciting donations and additional subscribers. Includes quotes of praise from several well-known abolitionists, such as Gerrit Smith and George Thompson.
List of donations made to the Colonization Society [American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Colour of the United States], including Jas. [James] A. Bradley, Jno. [John] H. Jones, Joseph H. Echols, and 19 others.
Physical geography--Tennessee; Tennessee--Geography; Tennessee--Boundaries; Tennessee--Emigration and immigration
Two-page printed document dated 1866 summarizing the geographical divisions of the State of Tennesee produced by the Executive Department in Nashville. Signed by Governor W. G. Brownlow, December 8, 1865.
Four-page letter and envelope from Gerrit Smith in Peterboro [New York] to Lysander Spooner in Worcester [Massachusetts] dated April 2, 1850, in which Smith responds to Spooner's accusations of copyright infringement.
Manuscript letter by W. McLain [M'Lain] addressed to the editors at the Colonization Rooms for publication [probably in the Maryland Colonization Journal] in Washington, D.C., asking that they print an acknowledgement for an anonymous donation.
Abolitionists--United States; Antislavery movements--United States; Abolitionists--New York (State)--New York; Antislavery movements--New York (State)--New York; Slavery--Virignia--Williamsburg; Slave trade--Virignia--Williamsburg;...
Letter from Arthur G. Homer, of New York City, to Francis Jackson asking for funds to help purchase two slaves belonging to a Williamsburg, Virginia, planter William Havis. They are the wife and child of a free black residing in New York, who has...
Letter from Edmund Quincy to J.  Williams, a librarian for the Public Library in Dedham [Massachusetts], in response to his request for volumes of literature produced by the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.
Four-page letter from Ellis Gray Loring to Andrew Robeson soliciting donations to operate the anti-slavery publication The Liberator, under the management of Francis Jackson, Samuel Philbrick, Edmund Quincy, William Bassett, and Loring.
Abolitionists--United States; Antislavery movements--United States
4-page letter from Francis Jackson and Edmund Quincy to Wendell Phillips, giving a statement of affairs [either of the American Anti-Slavery Society or the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society]. Back of address sheet signed by Ellis Gray Loring.
Four-page letter from Francis Jackson, Charles T. Hildreth, Thomas B. Sewall, and Ellis Gray Loring of Boston [Massachusetts] to Abbott Lawrence inquiring about his political position on slavery in the United States Congress.