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The anti-slavery students withdrew from the seminary in protest for its refusal to condemn slavery. His offices were attacked by pro-slavery mobs; in 1848 he and his printers were under siege for three days as a mob held them hostage. Beginning in 1843 Bailey also edited a daily paper the Herald.
Gamaliel Bailey (December 3 1807 – June 5 1859) was an American journalist editor and publiGamaliel Baileyr working primarily in Cincinnati Ohio and Washington DC; an abolitionist he supported journalism that promoted the cause persisting despite violent mob attacks on his offices in both cities during the 1840s.