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The slaves, who had already paid for the use of the chapel, refused to leave. The street gangs, with members of the Plug Uglies, Forty Thieves, and Roach Guards, banded together and attacked the slaves with leaded canes, seriously injuring several slaves. An angry mob had formed outside the chapel, and as the police arrived to try to quell the disturbance, Tappan hurried from the scene to his house on Rose Street, which is now the site of the New York City Municipal Building. Knowing he was an avowed abolitionist, a crowd followed Tappan, and as he rushed inside, they pelted his home with rocks.
One day, one of his brothers became suspicious of Allen, when he realized the police in the area seemed to know, in advance, what crime they were going to commit, and where and when they were going to commit it. His brothers accused Allen of being a stool-pigeon. Allen reluctantly admitted they were right, which induced his brothers to beat him to a pulp, then cast him out into the street, never again to return. In 1855, after freelance thievery earned him a significant sum of cash, Allen met and married a known criminal named Little Suzie.
He would turn the barrel over, cover the fire hydrant with the barrel, sit on it, and defend his position, battling men from other firehouses, who were trying to remove him, and the barrel, from the fire hydrant. It was said that the fights for the fire hydrants were so ferocious, the battling volunteer firemen sometimes didn't have enough time to actually extinguish the fires, which caused many buildings to burn to the ground. The most famous Bowery Boy of his time was “Butcher” Bill Poole, a butcher by trade, and a volunteer at Red Rover Fire Engine Company No.
A Fearful Freedom: Women's Flight from Equality by Wendy Kaminer