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Boston (Mass.). Citizens.
Address of the committee appointed by a public meeting, held at Faneuil hall, September 24, 1846, for the purpose of considering the recent case of kidnapping from our soil, and of taking measures to prevent the recurrence of similar outrages.
Boston : White & Potter, printers, 1846
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S G Howe; Boston (Mass.). Citizens.
|Notes:||Signed by S.G. Howe and thirty-four others.
The occasion of this meeting was the recapture by Capt. Hannum (of the brig "Ottoman") of George, a Mulatto boy, who had embarked as a stowaway on his vessel in New Orleans. The slave had been discovered on the passage, and, being detained on an island in Boston harbor, had escaped to the mainland.
|Description:||8, 42 pages ; 22 cm|
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