New York Times, “Abolition, Free Love, Infidel and Women’s Rights Convention,” September 19, 1859

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“Abolition, Free Love, Infidel and Women’s Rights Convention,” New York Times, September 19, 1859, p. 1: 5.
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Abolition, Free Love, Infidel and Women’s Rights Convention
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The following text is presented here in complete form, as it originally appeared in print. Spelling and typographical errors have been preserved as in the original.

Abolition, Free Love, Infidel And Women’s Rights Convention.

BUFFALO, Saturday, Sept. 17.

A Convention of self-styled reformers has been sitting in this city for two days past, comprising the leading abolitionists, spiritualists, free-lovers, infidels, fanatics, and women’s rights men and women’s rights men and women of the country. The Convention closes its session to-morrow (Sunday) and the public generally will experience a feeling of relief when the city is rid of these reformers.

The leaders of the demonstration are ANDREW JACKSON DAVIS, PARKER PILLSBURY, HENRY G. WRIGHT, STEPHEN S. FOSTER, and LYMAN S. CURTIS, most of whom figured at the Free-Love Convention at Rutland, and have assumed prominent positions at this meeting. NELSON W. CLARK, of Clarkson, Mich., is the President.

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