On motion of Lucretia Mott, it was ordered to amend the above resolution by inserting a clause expressive of the deep sympathy id this Society with Samuel D. Burris, now undergoing the iwnal- iwnal- ty of a similar offence iu one of the j;iils of the State : ot Delaware. The motion met the unanimous assent of the meeting. Resolved, That this Society cordially recommend the National Auti-Slaverv Auti-Slaverv Auti-Slaverv Standard. Peiinsvlvania Freemen, and Liberator, to the patronage ot all, as ! m - . i rutr lent biiu -iini -iini :iMiruiii isiug iiiitui nira ui tiiwuui- tiiwuui- terateil Anti-Slavery Anti-Slavery Anti-Slavery tioctrines; and that every person interested, lie requested to act as an agent to increase the numlier of subsciitters to these effective instrumentalities in the cause of the slave.