The Liberator
[Unsigned Reprint]
Boston: 3 September 1852


  I have been reading 'Uncle Tom's Cabin, or Life among the Lowly.' It is a beautiful preacher of Abolitionism. I will endeavor to examine its beauties when more at leisure. It is a mischievous, dangerous work, got up on purpose for evil; that is the inevitable tendency of it. It is really lamentable that where great evil is being concocted, you will always hear the rustling of petticoats. For her offence the son of God died! Not content with the agony she created in heaven, she now seeks to destroy the last hopes of humanity on earth, by this attack upon our glorious Union. [!!!] - Correspondent of the Lincoln (Me.) Democrat.