By Joseph Sturge
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I then briefly related the leading objects of my visit to America, and that it was my anxious wish the members of my own religious society in this land, could see it their place to take the same active and prominent part in the anti-slavery cause, as their brethren in England had done, especially as the principles on which the British and Foreign and the American and Foreign Societies were founded, were entirely in accordance with the views of the Society of Friends. Those who spoke in reply mostly vindicated the course pursued in the United States.
PENNOCK, the Vice President of the society presiding. The editor of the Pennsylvania Freeman, JOHN G. W H I T T I E R , whose publication office, and papers, had been destroyed by the imob, in his next paper published the following editorial article, which I have copied, simply to show that while the abolitionists on this occasion maintained their sentiments in a clear and unequivocal manner, they did not indulge in the language of revenge or anger. " We perhaps need offer no apology to our distant readers, for the want of variety in our present number.
We hardly dare trust ourselves to speak upon this matter. It is our desire to do so, if at all, in a tone of calmness,—to hold ourselves aloof, as far as possible, from the present excitement,—to utter our abiding testimony, now clearer than ever to a :z 44 DESTRUCTION OF our hearts, not in the language of passion, but firmly and decidedly. " Our readers will gather from the statements made in the different extracts in our paper, and especially from the Address of the Executive Committee of the State Anti-Slavery Society, the leading facts of the outrage.