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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 3, Chapter 6: third mission to England.—1846. (search)
ker's glowing exposition of the wonders he was about to accomplish in the direction of cheap See the Barker Library, etc.; literature, by means of his new power press. Who more naturally than this pioneer should be chosen printer of Lib. 17.57. the Anti-Slavery League's contemplated organ? A few days after the Exeter Hall meeting, Mr. Garrison Ante, p. 166. bade good-bye to London, and began his North British Sept. 18. tour, reaching Glasgow on September 19, by way of Newcastle and Berwick. His perfervid Scotch friends gave him even less rest than he had snatched in England. On October 3, he wrote from Belfast of the past fortnight: I have been hurried from place to place, and held meeting after meeting, and turned day into night and night into day, and spoken in public, and talked almost incessantly in private, and come into contact with all sorts of minds, so that it is a marvel to me that, mentally, I am not in a fever, and, physically, entirely prostrated. Lib. 16.174.