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January 30, 1835 President Andrew Jackson becomes the first President to survive an assassination attempt when the gun wielded by Richard Lawence misfires.
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Democrats hold their Presidential nominating convention in Baltimore more than a year before the election Maryland
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July 29, 1835 Residents of Charleston break into a post office and burn all anti-slavery newspapers on the town square South Carolina
October 28, 1835 Boston Riot - George Thompson, a noted British abolitionist came Boston, home of Lloyd Garrison's The Liberator. A pro-slavery mob broke up a meeting of the Female Anti-Slavery Society looking for Thompson. Instead, they found Garrison, dragging him through Boston. Garrison was rescued by the mayor.

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