Boston, October 30, 1854 [electronic resource] : Hon. Charles Allen, Sir--On my return home, after some days' absence, I have been shown a copy of the Boston daily advertiser of Friday last, containing an extract from the Worcester spy, purporting to be a sketch of a speech recently made by you. I am further informed that you applied the remarks to me by name. ... To the first statement I reply, I never subscribed a dollar to the fund to establish the Boston chronicle. ... The assertion that I was one of the body guards of Sims, or any other fugitive, on his return to slavery, I pronounce false ...

Gardner, Henry J. (Henry Joseph), 1819-1892 [Browse]
[Boston : s.n., 1854]
[4] p. ; 27 cm.


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American broadsides and ephemera. First series ; no. 8869. [More in this series]
  • "Letters to the State Temperance Committee" by Henry J. Garnder and Simon Brown.--p. [3].
  • Issued by Gardner during his campaign for governor in 1854.
  • Signed on p. [2]: Henry J. Gardner.
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