"During the spring of 1834 these men continued their speechmaking, and Ludlow and Cox went so far as to appeal to all Northern Negroes for support, and to defend intermarriage between whites and blacks. Few New Yorkers then regarded Southern slavery as a national shame, and almost none had any patience with abolition."
SOURCE:
Nevins, Allan The Evening Post: A Century of Journalism New York: Boni and Liveright 1922, p. 145
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