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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 3, Chapter 1: re-formation and Reanimation.—1841. (search)
ted by a sense of private wrong alone, and alleged that Knapp had been deprived, by treachery and duplicity, of his former right and interest in the Ante, 2.331, 332. Liberator—by an arrangement, it will be remembered, which would expire on January 1, 1842. All his offers to resume the publication of the paper, giving ample security, had been rejected, mostly through the influence of one merciless, hard-hearted rich man. E. G. Loring; see Knapp's Lib., p. 2. I have even, continued Knapp, beeray Loring effected a purchase of this Oct. 22, 1841; Lib. 12.3. interest for the sum of $25, in order to rid the paper of all embarrassment from a divided ownership. The refusal of this offer would have led to the issue of a new paper, on January 1, 1842, with the title of Garrison's Liberator; and the creditors, being informed of this, gladly consented to make a legal transfer to Mr. Garrison. Knapp's overtures to buy back his interest were of course not entertained. After we separated,