The Newspaper and violence in Boston

Oct 24, 1835

To Samuel E. Sewall, Garrison sends thanks for Sewall’s  part in rescuing him from the mob of the previous day.  “It seems to me that we ought to resolve that the Liberator, despite all opposition, shall continue to be printed — and printed, too, in Boston. Whether it is necessary for me to abide in the city, is a question of lawful expediency…”   1

1 Letters of William Lloyd Garrison – Volumes I – VI