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In his diary entry for 21 October 1835, Bradley Newcomb Cumings, a clerk in a dry goods store in Boston, describes the mobbing of William Lloyd Garrison: “Our City was such a scene of tumult & confusion this afternoon as has not been witnessed before for many a year…”