Resolution by the American Anti-Slavery Society stating that members for the present year [undated] pledge the minimum sum of one dollar, and that their names be published weekly in the [National] Anti-Slavery Standard.
Four autograph letters from John Bartram, two autograph letters from William Bartram, and one each from Isaac Bartram and Moses Bartram, Jr. One letter from John to William has a short postscript written by Ann Bartram, Johns wife and Williams...
Slavery--United States; National intelligencer (Washington, D.C.); Slavery--Emancipation--United States
Two-page letter from Stephen F. Miller of Lanier [Georgia] to the editors of the National Intelligencer regarding the reprinting of his 'Remarks.' Includes seven-page printed copy of 'Remarks of Stephen F. Miller, esqon the Southern Question.'
Slavery--United States; Antislavery movements--United States; Constitutional law--United States
Undated pledge of moneys to be paid to Lysander Spooner for "a review of Judge Kane's late decision, that the U.S. Courts have no constitutional right to punish for contempt without trial by jury." Signed by several prominent abolitionists,...
Four-page letter to David Barrow of Montgomery, Kentucky, from several Quakers from Whitewater, Wayne County, Indiana Territory regarding the abolition of slavery. Includes note mentioning abolition meeting at Mt. Sterling, Friday before 1st Sunday...
Four-page document consisting of ca. 90 names, including Thomas C. Amory, Francis Brinley, Christopher C. Holmes, Thomas P. Ruh, Joseph McKean Churchill, Ignatius S. Amory, Thomas B. Hall, Joseph S. Whitney, William A. Bangs, Aaron C. Baldwin.
Slavery--Massachusetts--Boston; Petitions--Massachusetts--Boston; Slavery--United States; Slaves--United States
Undated petition signed by c.150 Boston citizens arguring against the removal of Judge [Edward Greely] Loring in 1850 from his appointment as judge for forcing Anthony Burns to return back to slavery in the South.