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348; calls Chardon St. Convention, 422. Dawes, William, 2.377. Dawson, W. C., 1.248. Denison, Charles W., Rev. [b. Stonington, Conn., Nov. 5, 1812; d. Washington, Nov. 13, 1881], edits World in Philadelphia, 1.415; delegate Nat. A. S. Convention, 398, committeeman, 406; denounced at South, 2.198; addresses colored people, 210; at N. Y. anniversary, 348, secedes, 349; opposes Borden's reflection, 437. Dickens, Charles [1812-1870], 2.383. Dickey, —, Rev. (of Penn.), 2.249, 250. Dickson, John [1808-1852], 1.482, 483. Dimmick, Luther F., Rev., 1.208; admits G. to his church, 209. Dimmock, John L., 2.11, 17. District of Columbia, Lundy's petitions for abolition of slavery in, 1.98; G.'s first petition, 108, reception in Congress, 110-112; first petition in Lib., 227; systematic Congressional repression, 482, 483, 2.74, 247, 433, Rhett's plan, 244; abolition in, made a political test, 1.455, 456; abolition meeting in Faneuil Hall, 2.274. Disunion, weighed by G., 1.3