He speaks, with Thompson and Douglass, incessantly throughout the United Kingdom ane would have been.
Knowing that Thompson and Douglass were to follow me, I had more to say about thof slaves and the souls of men (Lib. 16.166). Douglass followed in a very effective speech, and was .
On August 20, in company with Thompson and Douglass, he was most affectionately
Lib. 16.170, 173 18.29; London Patriot, Oct. 1, 1846; Life of Douglass, 1882, p. 246. received by the aged Clarkson meeting at Playford Hall, Mr. Garrison, with Douglass for his companion, betook
Aug. 24-28, 1846. n which he says, in relation to the coming of Douglass and myself to that place—I have spoken to sevBirmingham, with Thompson
Sept. 4, 1846. and Douglass, where, besides a good public meeting, there perhaps on Oct. 22, in company with Thompson, Douglass, and Buffum, was another pleasurable incident of this visit to Edinburgh ( Life of Douglass, ed. 1882, p. 245).
On November 4, Mr. Garrison s