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Ripley [Ohio] Anti Slavery Society. Minute Book
			
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  4th Resolved That Lovejoy was fully 

  justifiable in defending his life and press.

  & that he died a Martry to liberty and 

  righteausness and deservs a place on the britess 

  page of history 

  6th Resolved That we highly commend 

  the noble few who stood by the side of the faith 
  
  full martyr when he fell, and bravely ha

 -zarded their lives in defence of humanity 

  and Justice

  7th Resolved That we deeply simpathise 

  with the widow and fatherless children 

  of W Lovejoy, and that we will contribute 

  to therir support whenever necessary

  8th Resolved That we recommend then establish
  
 -ment of the press at Alton so soon as a 

  press and etitor canbe obtained

  9th Resolved That slaveholding influence 

  is the prominent source of mobs and that 

  nothing but its total abolition can save 

  the Country from ruin
			
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Ripley [Ohio] Anti-Slavery Society Minute Book

Ripley [Ohio] Anti Slavery Society. Minute Book


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