This paper takes the place of the Michigan Freeman. The Executive Committee regret that owing to circumstances beyond their control, its publication has so long been delayed. They have now, however, the satisfaction of announcing to all the friends and enemies of impartial liberty, that they have made such arrangements as will secure its publication every week regularly, throughout the year. This paper will be sent to the subscribers of the Freeman. Those who are friends to the enterprise, and desire its advancement, are requested to patronize the paper and make immediate and vigorous efforts to extend its circulation.
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