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Gamaliel Bailey (1807–1859)

Bailey, Gamaliel. An American journalist; born at Mt. Holly, NJ, Dec. 3, 1807; died at sea, on his way to Europe, June 5, 1859. With J. G. Birney, he founded the antislavery journal, the Cincinnati Philanthropist (1836), the office of which was destroyed by a mob, though it continued to be published till 1847. He established the well-known newspaper, the Washington National Era (1847), in which the famous novel ‘Uncle Tom’s Cabin’ first appeared.