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Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, in Account with Dr.
James C. Odiorne, Treasurer. 1836
1835 Jan.19 To Cash paid Am. A. S. Society,
500 00|| Jan. 20 By Bal. old acc't. to Canaan Academy,
10000 1836 " B. C. Bacon, as Clerk, and office
Jan. 19 “ Donations, expenses,
" Rents, u E. S. Gage, for services,
u Proceeds of articles sold, " Thomas Paul, for services,
" Bal. to new account, " Henry E. Benson,
18389 " Samuel J. May, Secretary,
668 15 Mr. May's travelling expenses,
2400 * Rents of office and halls,
228 20 " H. B. Stanton,
2500 “ Webster & Southard, printers, 41 15
15 22 Rev. Mr. Camp, Washington, D.C. 25 00 « John Gulliver's bill,
1620 “ J. W. Blanchard, for work,
75 09 “ Publications,
1960 " Incidental Expenses,
361 09 $ 4685 16
Bal, old acc't.
Boston, January 20, 1836.
JAMES C. ODIORNE, Treasurer.
S. E. SEWALL, Auditor.
SUBSCRIPTIONS AND DONATIONS TO THE SOCIETY
THE YEAR 18 35.
17,00 Albert Joseph 1.0. Fuller John E.
5,00 Andover A. &. Society 30,00 Fitie || Winthrop
1,00 Acton A. S Society 9,1) Friends at Convention
34,00 Ashburnham A. S. Society 12,00 Farnsworth C. B.
1.00 Alcott A. B. 500 Full River Gentlemen
23,00 Abbott J. B. 1,00 Friends
5,00 Amesbury und Salisbury A. S. Society 23,47
20,00 Female A. S. Suciety 133,00 Furley Jaines
1,00 15,00 Greenwood Ira
1,00 Adang Sarah B. 50 Gamage Ainory.
1,00 Annual Meeting Collection
34,64 Grosvenor C. P. by Salem Ladies 15,00 Brown W.C. 1,00 Grimke A. E.
50,00 Brewr Geo. A. 1,00 Groton A. S. society
11,75 Budd Nathaniel 1,00 Gilbert Timothy
26,00 Bowdoin Street A. S. Society 11,25 Grigg William
99,00 Brown Eunice 2,000 | Gr3 Daniel
20,00 Boyden N. B. 10,00 Gill Perez
20,00 Bacon (. P. 2,00 Hersey Lewis
1,00 Bacon Mrs, B.C. 1,00 Hill Sumner
1,00 Burleigh C. C. 5,00 Hill Converse
1,00 Bowen A. 5,00 Holton J. F.
3,00 Birney I G 1,05 Hendice Phillis
25 Barry C. C. 2,05 limes J. V. by Boston Ladies
15,00 Brown Thomas
2,00 Haverhill Ladies for Rev. Mr. Perry 15,00 Bent Rev. Mr.
Rev. Mr. Plummer
15,00 Bradford A S. Society
50,09 Hale Eusebius Bultinch Thomas 10,00 Hilton J. T.
4,00 Buston A F.
15 0) Hall Rev. Robert B. Brown Moses
20,00 Hollis Thomas Billings N. 50 | Hiygioson D.
5,00 Boston Female A. S. Society 73,03 Hinckley Albert
2,00 77,00 | Holman J. W.
1,00 Carpenter James 1,00 Halley friends
5,00 Colley Benj. E. 1.00 Hollis John 3d
50 Correy Francis 1,00 Hayward Wm. H.
25 00 Comstock William 1,00 Holliston A. S. Society
13,99 Cheever G. B, by Salem Ladies 15,00 Hilureth Charles T.
20,00 Currier Ebenezer 1,00 Haverhill A. S. Society
50,00 Cambell Jeremiah 1,00 Jackson Francis
85,00 Child Mrs. 1,50 Jackson Edmund
20,00 Capron W.C. 1,00 Kingston Ladies for A. Jackson
15,00 Chapman Mrs. H. G. 5,00 Keith Royal
1,00 Chapman Miss A. G. 5,00 Kingsbury Benj.
1,00 Capron E. L. 20,00 Kimball Moses
20,00 Crandall Phineas 1,00 Kimball John S.
23 00 Contribution at Convention 57,20 Libbey Tristam
1,00 Collection at Julien Hall July 4 14,00 Libbi-y Daniel
1,00 Chute D. 20,00 Lincoln James
1,00 Cross J, W. 5,00 Lovell Rev. Mr.
2,00 Carleton William 25,00 Loring Ellis Gra
100,00 Clapp Richard 2000 Little C. G.
1,00 Cross Rev. W. 20,00 Lane A. A.
2,00 Cowles J. P. 1.00 Lewis J. W.
2,00 Chapman Henry 15,00 Lady of Leicester
3,00 Cambridge Port A. S. Society 30,00 Lynn A. S. Society
100,00 Cowper A. S. Society 5,00 Lynu Female A. S. Society
30,00 Concord friends 10,00 Medway West, friends in
10,50 Danforth William 1,00 Morrill James
2,00 Davis Geo. H. 1,00 Middleboro' A. S. Society
12,02 Dearborn E.B. 1,00 Milbury A. S. Society
18,00 Duncan J. G. 1,00 Macomber I.
10.00 Demond Rev. Mr. 5,00 New Bedford Friends
77,50 Dorchester Contribution 6,25 Newburyport A. S. Society
50,00 Danvers 12,52 Noyes Mr. of W. Newbury
2,00 Dorchester A. S. Society 40,00 | Odiorne Ed. G.
1,00 Ewins Alexander 50 Oliver James P.
1,00 Editor of Worcester Spy 2,50 Oakes William
30,00 Emerson Geo. B. 50,00 Perry Gardner B.
1,00 Friends in Amherst Collego 7,00 | Parlin Sarah
Pickett Aaron Pawircket Delegation Pratt Edward Putnam Jesse Pope Joshua Prince J. Peohody Albert Purington J P. Philbrick Samuel Purim Samuel Prichett E. C. Plymouth ro. A. S. Society Plymouth Friends Pratit. C. Pratt Lucy Parker Lucy Robbins Joseph Russill George Raymond J. Rogers John Robinson Thomas T. Reading Contributions Rotch William Readling Female A. S. Society Robinson John Reading, a friend in Ripley Rev. Mr. of Marshfield Reading South A. S. Society Robi ison Andrew Smith Stephen Salem St. A. S. Society Sewall Joseph Scituate North A. S.S. Stow Baron by Boston ladies Stranger at I onvention Sanger Abner Shipley Mre. S. G. Sallivun John
1,00 Snowden Samuel 7,00 Shore Azariah 10,00 Simmons ('barles 1,00 Sanford Luke A. 2,00 Southwick Edward 1.00 i southwick Joseph 1,00 Sandwich A. E Society 2,00 Sciruato A. S. Society 51,00 Seagrave Edward
50 Sewall Samuel E.
1,00 Imion A. Society
1,00 Waldock Mrs. N. 103.00 Wilripple P. B. 15,00 Wright II. C.
1,50 Wluiting Marcus 15,00 Wrentham friends 1000.00 Willson H. 5,00 Withington I. S.
Winslow lonac 19,00' Worcester Co. North Society
1,no 3,00 1,00
1,00 101,00 51,50 7,00 4,81 15 00 25,00
1,00 5,00 40,00
5,90 30,00 25,0
1,00 10 00 11,00 50,00 1,00 1.00 2,00 1,00 2,00 1,00 3,00 2.00 2,09 15,00 50,00 7,37
LIFE MEMBERS OF THE MASSACHUSETTS
JOHN KENRICK,* Newton, Mass. Dr. C. FOLLEN, Milton.
Rev. CP. GROSVENOR, do.
Rev. HENRY C. WRIGHT, do.. SAMUEL E SEWALL, Boston. JOHN SULLIVAN,
do. DANIEL GREGG, do.
do. CHARLES C. BARRY, do.
do. ELLIS GRAY LORING, do. JOHN S. KIMBALL, do. JAMES C. ODIORNE, do.
MARCUS WHITING, do. ISAAC KNAPP,
TIMOTHY GILBERT, do. Wm. H. HAYWARD, do.
Rev. BARON STOW, do. INCREASE GILBERT, do. Rev. J. V. HIMES,
do. Rev. E. M. P. WELLS, do. JOSEPH SOUTHWICK, do. WM. LLOYD GARRISON, do. AMASA WALK?R, do. BENJAMIN C. BACON, do. JOIN C SMITH,
do. Rev. HENRY JON S, Cabot, Vt. EDMUND JACKSON, do. Rev D T. KIMBALL, Ipswich, Mass. WILLIAM CARTETON, do. Dr. I. KITTRIDGE, Beverly. GEO B. EMERSON, do. Dr. C. T. HILDRETH, Boston. J. S. WITHINGTON, do. SILAS OSBORN.
HENRY CITAPMAN, do. WILLIAM OAKES, Ipswich, Mass. SAMUEL PAILBRICK, Brookline. EBENEZER DOLE, Hallowell, Me. ISAAC WINSLOW, Danvers. JOHN TAYLOR, Bath, Me.
W. FARNSWORTH. Roxbury. EDWARD SOUTHWICK, Danvers. Rev. A. JACKSON, Kingston JOSEPH TILLSON, Boston.
E. L. CAIRON, Uxbridge. PHINEAS WHEELER.
MOSES BROWN, Providence, R. I. Mrs. GEO. THOMPSON, England. Rev. G. B. PERRY, Bradford, Mass. Mrs. CALVIN PILILLEO.
Rev. E. SEAGRAVE, Attlehorough. Mrs. A MOS. A. PIELPS, Boston. Rev. JOTHAM HORTON, Lynn. Mrs. INCREASE GILBERT, do. Rev. P. R. RUSSELL, do. Mrs. S. H. WINSLOW, Portland, Me. RICHARD CLAPP, Dorchester. Mie. C. WINSLOW,
Rev. J W. CROSS, Boxboro'. Mrs. J. C. SMITH, Bostın.
A. F. BOSTON.
S. H. WINSLOW, Portland.
ELIZA WATSON, Boston.
ARTHUR TAPPAN, New-York. WILLIAM RIDGWAY, England.
JOSIAH WEDGWOOD, do.
do. Rev. S. S. JOCELYN, N. Haven, CT. JOSEPH PHILLIPS, do. Rev. GEO BOURNE, New-York. WM. WILBER FORCE,* do. Hon. S. CRAFTS, Crafisbury, Vt. THOMAS CLARKSON,
do. Hon. A. CLARK, Danville, Vt. HENRY NEWMAN,
do. Rev. W. A CHAPIN, Craftsbury, Vt. WM. CRAWFORD,
RIGHT AND WRONG IN BOSTON. The above is the title of a book just published by the “Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society;" — contains their Annual Report, together with a minute history of the events which caused the mob to disperse them on the day of their annual meeting, Oct. 21, 1835. The work contains 108 pages.
LIFE OF GRANVILLE SHARPE. The American Anti-Slavery Society have just published a lise of that distinguished philanthropbist and Christian, GRANVILLE SHARPE, by Cbas. Stewart. Sharpe for many years maintained a constant and unflinching warsare against Slavery and the Slave trade, and succeeded, after years of toil and vexation, in procurig a judicial decision, that the moment a slave treads on British soil
, that moment he is free. It is ornamented with a beautiful copperplate likeness, engraved by PATRICK REASON, a colored youth of the city of New York.
The work contains also, “ Sharpe's Law of Passive Obedience,” and an extract from his “ Law of Retribution.”
Price 374 cts. single. $4,00 per dozen.
Mr. Charles Whipple of Newburyport has lately issued from the press several little tracts upon Slavery, from the pen of our esteemed friend, Mrs. Cbild. Two of them, viz: "AUTHENTIC ANECDOTES OF AMERICAN SLAVERY,' the EVILS OF SLAVERY and the CURE OF SLAVERY’ may be found at the office of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, where the friends of the cause, if they wish to purchase, may be immediately supplied.
ANTI-SLAVERY RECORD, VOL. I. The first volume of this valuable tracı has been bound up in a neat and permanent form. All these publications will be doubly interesting as the cause progresses and the primary movers in shape of tracts &c., shall have become scarce. Price 30 cts. single. $3,00 per doz.
Will be published in a few weeks the letters of GEO. THOMPSON, Esq. — many of which have never before been published; together with an introduction at length by WM. LLOYD GARRISON, giving an account of his unprecedented, laborious, and successful efforts in the cause of inmediate emancipation, in Great Britian; including in particular, his polemical contests with Mr. Borthwick, a West Indian advocate, in England. Also will be included in an appendix several of the speeches of Mr. Thoinpson; the defence of Mr. T. by the Mass. Anti-Slavery Society, and Mr. Garrison's account of the mob on the 21st of Oct. 1835. This will be a most interesting and valuable work.
Those who have heard Mr. Thompson here, need no recommendation concerning the merits of his speeches.