Clipped From Freeman And Messenger
this the in oil' the city then held current What to of streets which of kiss and not than Anti-Slavery Convention in London. --Between 4000 and 5000 delegates, from Great Britain, France, United States, West Indies Canada, assembled, at Freemason's Hall, June lUl and continued their meetings until 2;Jd. On the 24th a great meeting held nt Exeter Hall, the DIUCK OF SEX presiding. Upwards of seventy sol'd columns of THE PATIUOT, for successive days, arc devoted to the entire proceedings. They aro. also published at length in THU Su.v, and newspapers in different parts of the Kingdom. Notwithstanding public attention attention was so much engrossed by attempt to assassinate the Queen took place two days before the assembling of tho convention, its deliberations awakened deep interest in London, the results produced a powerful impression. The aged and venerable THOMAS CI.AEKSOX officiated as president tho convention. Mr. Duxton, Dr. iugton, Rev. Dr. Cox, Rev. John Angell James, Joseph Sturge, Rev. Morrison, Mr. O'Connell, Dr. Dr. Madden, George Thompson, and William Allen, of Great Britain; James G. Birncy, Esq., Wendell Philips, Esq., H. B. Stanton, Esq., Messrs. Colver nnd Galusha, and Georgo Bradburn, Esq., of the States, took a leading part in tho discussions, which were conducted with harmony and unanimity.--N. Y.