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Livingston County Liberty Convention

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The friends of Liberty and Northern rightu in Livingston County will meet in Convention, at the village of Howell on Thursday the 28th day of Sept. nst. at one o'clock P. M. for the purpose of nominating two candidates for the Legislature, and also to eflèct a more permanent organization of the Liberty Party in said County. Fkiends, awakkü In union there is strength. Let us combine our efforts to resist oppression whether from Foreign or Domestic foes. Our inteiest, as well as Humanity, calis for aciion: let us respond ot the Ballot Box. E. F. GAY, RICHARD SUTON, JOSEPH SEXTON, 'SAMUEL HUBBARD, ADAM ROHRABACHER, ELI CARPENTER, ELISHA COOK, JOHN R. NEELY.05a The Editora have both been sick du - ring the post week, and utterly unable to wrile any thing for the paper. We regret this the less, liowever, inasmuch ns our columns are cliiefly filled with the most important matters frorn the pen of C. T. Torry.- His lively and animated etyle will be rather pleasing to our readers, accustomed, as they aro, to our sédate and matter-of-fact way of expressing our views. The National Convkntion was a glorious one and will add an immediate and poiverfu] impulse to the cause. The idea that the Liberty party is a mere temporary organization, will not be believed any longer! ff?" Next week wc ehall publish the official proceedinge of the National Convention in fu 11.


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