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feeling the duties and obligations
of men resting upon them: but
they were under rules made for
boys, who are not supposed to have
assumed such responsibilities.
The rules of the school forbade
the formation of an Anti Slavery Soci-
ety, in all disussions
either written or oral, and public
declarations on that subject in the school.
Our young man, a professing
Christian of considerable ability.
Though somewhat indolent , of very
excitable and prognacious conscience
against all matters standing in
the way of his wishes: broke over
the rule, by speaking a very in-
flamatory and insulting piece
upon the stage, in the presence
of Dr Johnson. He was expelled
for it and received very little
sympathy from the A.S. party in school.

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