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gone before, mounted the coach at the Turf Hotel for Melrose, where the Abbey was explored in the twilight.
On the following day they arrived at Thompson's door in Edinburgh.
8 Duncan Street, Newington.
So far from being allowed to rest, they were at once drawn into a fresh round of private entertainment and public meetings.
In the afternoon of July 21, they dined with Dr. Beilby, a leading physician of the town, having as fellow-guests his more distinguished medical brother Dr. John Abercrombie, and Adam Black, of the Quarterly Review. In the evening they were impressed both as spectators and as speakers for a Rechabite teetotal festival in Dun Edin Hall:
W. L. Garrison to his wife. Edinburgh, July 23, 1840.
I am now in the capital city of world-famous Scotland, having arrived from London the day before yesterday, in company with Geo. Thompson, N. P. Rogers, and C. L. Remond. . . .
Much do I regret—and in this regret there are thousands in England, Scot
Index to volumes I. And II.
Abbott, John S. C., Rev. [1805-1877], 1.469.
Abdy, Edward Strutt [1791-1846], Journal quoted, 1.343, 346.
Abercrombie, John [1781-1844], 2.395.
Abolition Societies of 18th Century, 1.89.
Abolitionist, monthly, founded (1833), 1.283, 375.
Abolitionist, projected (1839), 2.262, 263.
Abolitionist (London), 1.480.
Abolitionist. See Mass.
Adam, William, delegate to World's Convention, 2.353, favors admission of female delegates, 369, 382, accepts defeat, 373.
Adams, C., 2.9.
Adams, George Washington [d. 1829], 2.224.
Adams, Henry, 1.134. Great-grandson of John Adams.
Adams, John [1735-1826], 2.189; controversy with T. Pickering, 1.54; G.'s article on his death, 63; motto quoted, 284. Father of Adams, John Quincy [1767-1848], prayer for an anti-slavery apostle, 1.46; opposed politically by G., 54, supported, in Journal of the Times, 101-106, and opposed in controversy with Boston Federalists, 120; opposes D.