and Indians' Advocate
Wednesday, February 24, 1830
Vol. II, no. 45
Pg. 3 Col. 1a
Extract of a letter from a gentleman in Philadelphia.
"Your friends at the north are active. A meeting I expect was held in Boston two days ago. Next week a meeting will be held in one of the counties of this state adjacent to Philadelphia.- A short memorial with a heading in blank has been written and published, and will be circulated for signatures in this city and the adjoining counties of Penn., New Jersey, and Delaware. A state meeting will probably be held in your behalf at Trenton, N.J. within a few days. An edition of the Essays of William Penn is now printing in this city consisting of a thousand copies."