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1. Endorsed mis-statements rebutted! Endorsed mis-statements rebutted!Abolitionists New York (State)

2. History of the erection of the monument on the grave of Myron Holley. History of the erection of the monument on the grave of Myron Holley.Abolitionists New York (State)

3. To the abolitionists of the State of New York, but more especially to those residing in the counties To the abolitionists of the State of New York, but more especially to those residing in the counties of Madison and Onondaga ...Abolitionists New York (State) ; Party discipline.

4. To the abolitionists of the State of New York, but more especially to those residing in the counties To the abolitionists of the State of New York, but more especially to those residing in the counties of Madison and Onondaga ...Abolitionists New York (State) ; Party discipline.

5. Caution! Caution!Abolitionists New York (State) ; Political parties.

6. Elder Charles B. Ray : Peterboro, Nov. 16, 1848. Elder Charles B. Ray : Peterboro, Nov. 16, 1848.Abolitionists United States. ; Slavery United States Anti-slavery movements.

7. John C. Spencer : November 12, 1851 John C. Spencer : November 12, 1851Abolitionists United States. ; Slavery United States Anti-slavery movements.

8. Speech of Gerrit Smith : in the Pittsburg Convention, Speech of Gerrit Smith : in the Pittsburg Convention,Abolitionists. ; Slavery United States Anti-slavery movements. ; Political parties United States History.

9. To the voters of the State of New York : Peterboro, October 10, 1846. To the voters of the State of New York : Peterboro, October 10, 1846.Abolitionists. ; Slavery United States Anti-slavery movements. ; African Americans New York (State) Suffrage.

10. Gerrit Smith's reply to colored citizens of Albany : Peterboro, March 13, 1846. Gerrit Smith's reply to colored citizens of Albany : Peterboro, March 13, 1846.Abolitionists. ; Slavery United States Anti-slavery movements. ; African Americans Suffrage New York (State)

11. Spafford's Gazetteer : proposals by H.C. Southwick, Spafford's Gazetteer : proposals by H.C. Southwick,Advertising Books Specimens.

12. Our first duty is to keep down the democracy. Our first duty is to keep down the democracy.African Americans Civil rights. ; Civil rights United States. ; Temperance United States.

13. Civil rights bill and West Point Academy / Civil rights bill and West Point Academy /African Americans Civil rights. ; Civil rights United States.

14. Gerrit Smith to George T. Downing : equal rights for blacks and whi Gerrit Smith to George T. Downing : equal rights for blacks and whiAfrican Americans Civil rights. ; Civil rights United States.

15. Communication from Gerrit Smith to Edward C. Delavan, Esq., on the reformation of the intemperate. Communication from Gerrit Smith to Edward C. Delavan, Esq., on the reformation of the intemperate.Alcoholism. ; Temperance.

16. Letter of Gerrit Smith to President Schmucker : Peterboro, June 19th, 1838. Letter of Gerrit Smith to President Schmucker : Peterboro, June 19th, 1838.American Colonization Society.; American Anti-Slavery Society.

17. To the Liberty Party : September, 15th, 1852. To the Liberty Party : September, 15th, 1852.Antislavery movements United States.

18. Address of the Macedon convention / Address of the Macedon convention /Campaign literature Liberty League.

19. Proceedings of the National Liberty Convention, held at Buffalo, N.Y., June 14th & 15th, 1848 : including Proceedings of the National Liberty Convention, held at Buffalo, N.Y., June 14th & 15th, 1848 : including the resolutions and addresses adopted by that body : and speeches of Beriah GreenCampaign literature Liberty Party (U.S.).

20. To the editors of the Albany Atlas, Mohawk Courier, Hamilton Reflector, and numerous kindred newspapers. To the editors of the Albany Atlas, Mohawk Courier, Hamilton Reflector, and numerous kindred newspapers.Canals New York (State)
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