Josiah Warren: from the National Reformer

[notice], Boston Investigator, 19, 2 (May 16, 1849), 2.

Josiah Warren, the indefatigable pioneer of Reform, accompanied by Amos E. Senter, and his accomplished wife, passed through here last week to join the brotherhood who give “Labor for Labor,” in Utopia. A few friends called upon them, and had a graphic sketch of the cheering reception given to friend Warren’s views, in Boston; where, during their exposition in public, the closest scrutiny of questioning brough only satisfactory responses, and faully satisfied the most skeptical opponents of progress, that “Equitable Commerce,” which makes “cost the limit of price,” is the true method “for the harmonious adjustment and regulation of the pecuniary, intellectual, and moral intercourse of mankind.”—[Pittsburgh (Pa.,) National Reformer.

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