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Slavery in Cuba. A Report of the Proceedings of the Meeting, Held at the Cooper Institute. New York City, December 13, 1872.
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MEETING IN BOSTON, MASS.
SHORTLY after the meeting in New York, a meeting was held in Boston, Mass., and , as the following will show, was at the solicitation of several of our most prominent citizens.
To the Friends of Human Liberty :
WE the undersigned citizens of Massachusetts thankful for the abolition of American Slavery, view with horror the fact that five hundred thousand of our brethren groan beneath the chains of slavery at out very doors, in the Island of Cuba.
We therefore unite our voices, and hereby pledge ourselves to use our energies in favor of their just rights, and in behalf of the Cuban Patriots, who have already decreed and put in practice the doctrine of the "equality and freedom of all men." We view with abhorrence the policy of the Spanish Government during the past four years in that Island, both for the unnecessary and inhuman butcheries that have disgraced civilization under its rule, and for the tenacity with which they cling to the barbarous and inhuman institution of Slavery.
It is therefore Resolved, that we hold a Public Meeting, at the Menonian, on Monday Evening, December 23d, to take the necessary and proper action to advance the cause of universal freedom, and we respectfully invite the co-operation of the public.
WILLIAM C. NELL, JOHN J. SMITH,
LEWIS HAYDEN, GEORGE L. RUFFIN,
J MILTON CLARK, Cambridge, CHARLES L. MITCHELL,
WILLIAM H. DUPREE, JAMES M. TROTTER,
JOHN C. DUNLOP, JOHN B. BAILEY,
PETER H. NOTT, WILLIAM M. COLSON,
CHARLES PALMAS, ALBERT B. COSBY,
RICHARD S. BROWN, CHARLES E. PINDELL,
RICHARD COSBY, PETER HAWKINS,
JOSEPH P. HAWKINS, PETER B. BELL,
J.J. MOORE, JOHN B. CUTLER, Exeter, N. H.
WILLIAM B. HOPKINS, J.J. FATAL, Cambridge,
THOMAS DOWNING, JEREMIAH P. HARVEY, Lynn.
S. A. HANCOCK, E. J. JONES, Cambridge,
WILLIAM H. PURNELL, GEORGE H. MITCHELL, New Bedford,
E. C. RUHLER, DANIEL W. HOWLAND, New Bedford.
S. T. BIRMINGHAM, M. D. WILLIAM H. MONTAGUE, Springfield.
GEORGE H. QUEEN, Springfield. ANTHONY J. CLARK, Worcester.
WILLIAM H. W. DERBY, HORACE B. PROCTER, Lowell.
ALBERT E. PATRICK, JOHN W. WILLIAMS, Concord, N. H. and others.
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