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Temperance In Augusta

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Parent Issue
Day
30
Month
March
Year
1842
Copyright
Public Domain
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Ve lea rn fiomluv U4I1USI mui im; uwviuur ui viuiiit-, 8ixof his Council, eighteeu uf the Senate, and 152 meinbers of the House, besides the Adj. Gonerai, Land Agent, imd Secretary of Siate, have signed the temperance pledge. Tliia is capital legielation! OírTheN. Y. Tribune says: "There are inany towns in this Siato where the whigs have been defeated in the elections this spring by abolition tickets, run with a direct understanding that such would bo ihe result." OCrTho Liberty Assocïation of N. Y. ; haveprocured the insertion uf the Nationnl Address, of May, 1841, in the Tribune. lts insertion is paid for,of couse. 0?In A.mesbury, Mass. the Liberty vollast full was 31; this spring GO. In i Salisbury last y ear, 36; this eleciion, 87. ', In both towns the two oíd partios corabined ' and acted together. (Ep'A new antUslavery paper, called Iho i 'Cuizen's Advocate,' has been commeuced in New York city, by C. JB. Ray, forraerly eöitor qf the Colored American. t I {LfA Lealher dealers Convenlion, prising 500 delegatee, met in Boston on the i Sd, to take measures for the more efficiënt l protection of their branch of industry.

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Subjects
Signal of Liberty
Old News