resbytery will never, no never, give up their right to hold slaves to this Assembly, nor to any other assembly than the General Assembly of the first-born in heaven.
Compare his action at the Charleston (S. C.) Union Presbytery in the spring of 1838 (Lib. 8: 74). At far greater length, Amos A. Phelps, the new General Agent of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society,
June 14, 1837, Mr. Garrison writes from Boston to G. W. Benson: We have been very fortunate in securing the services of bro. Praphies by John Windt and Amos Gilbert). and Abner Kneeland,
An orthodox clergyman of Massachusetts, who became a rationalist by way of Universalism.
In 1832 he founded the Boston Investigator.
His trial and imprisonment for blasphemy in 1834-1838 are famous in the history of church and state in this country—a disgrace to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and a proof of the corruption of modern Christianity, Mr. Garrison termed it (Lib. 8.107). Kneeland was born in 1774, and died in 1844. s
ce of Lovejoy, 191; bequest from A. G. Chapman, 208; annual meeting (1838), 209; Exec.
Com.'s financial dispute with Mass.
Soc., 261, contratance and abolition, 254; support for 1839, 256; on gradualism, 257 (1838）——Sums up politico-clerical assault on non-resistants, 2.260; plot t, 260; July 4 (1832), 285, (1835), 482, (1836), 2.107, (1837), 151, (1838), 209, (1839), 325; on progress of abolition cause, 1.285; farewell , 178; H. C. Wright, 2.115, 343.
Garrison, William Lloyd, jr. [b. 1838], birth, 2.208, 364, growth, 213.
Gates, Seth Merrill [b. WinfielLee, Samuel, 2.210.
Leggett, Samuel, 1.192.
Leggett, William [1802-1838], 1.493
Le Moyne, Francis Julius, Dr. [b. Washington, Pa., Sept. 161, 174; connection with Mass.
A. S. S. ended, 199; prospectus for 1838, 199, 207; non-resistance department, 238, disadvantageous, 240; vitn, vol. 3.
Lyman, Theodore, jr., 2.31.
Macaulay, Zachary [1768-1838], English abolitionist, 1.35; signs protest against Colon.