That a majority of the Abolitionists in this place would patronize a free labor store, in preference to others, I do not doubt; but we do not muster money in Cincinnati.
Never respect men merely for their riches, but rather for their philanthropy; we do not value the sun for its height, but for its use.
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|Birth:||3rd December, 1807|
|Death:||5th June, 1859|
Gamaliel Bailey was born in Mount Holly, New Jersey, United States. He was an American journalist, working primarily in Cincinnati, and Washington, D.C. An abolitionist, he supported journalism that promoted the cause, persisting despite violent mob attacks on his offices in both cities during the 1840s. He graduated from the Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, in 1827. In 1831, he moved to Cincinnati, where he set up a medical practice. He also lectured on physiology at the Lane Theological Seminary. In 1843 he launched a daily paper, the Herald.
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