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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 2, Chapter 3: the Clerical appeal.—1837. (search)
passer and a tyrant. Mr. Woodbury had thought this incidental and inadvertent, but was now well satisfied that, with the cause of abolition, he [Mr. Garrison] is determined to carry forward and propagate and enforce his peculiar theology . . . Slavery is not merely to be abolished, but nearly everything else. With such associates he could not act, any more than with infidels, like Fanny Wright A remarkable woman, born in Scotland Sept. 6, 1795; died (Mme. Darusmont) in Cincinnati Dec. 14, 1852. Her attempted community in Shelby Co., Tenn., in 1825, was a notable early anti-slavery enterprise. She was an eloquent public lecturer, and as such often mobbed for her political and religious doctrines (Lib. 8.173), a socialistic co-worker with Robert Owen, and a co-editor with Robert Dale Owen of the N. Y. Free Inquirer (see Noyes's American Socialisms, chap. 7; Life of Charles Follen, p. 471; and biographies by John Windt and Amos Gilbert). and Abner Kneeland, An orthodox cler