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Chapter 4: editorial Experiments.—1826-1828.
At the close of his apprenticeship, Garrison esater there came to Boston a young man,
Mar., 1828. not yet forty, who had already devoted thirteeon of anti-slavery societies.
It was not until 1828, however (a year after he had been brutally asside of public
Journal of the Times, Dec. 12, 1828. opinion, he wrote, a few months later, in descst of that week bore ample evidence
Mar. 21, 1828. of the quickening influence of Lundy's visit un of the Fourth of July, at Newburyport, Mass., 1828.
Nat. Philanthropist, July 11, 1828. Once msion of
A. O. B. in Boston Courier, Aug. 12, 1828; Lib. 4.43. Lundy's remarks and passionately deic men, they do
Jour. of the Times, Oct. 10, 1828. not seem to have pushed the matter with much v shall not only
Jour. of the Times, Oct. 10, 1828. find a valuable coadjutor in the person of my pist promptly
Nat. Philanthropist, Aug. 22, 1828. corroborated his statement that his retirement