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t of Irish Catholicism in the United States.
Garrison comes out openly for the repeal of the Union a proper state of
Lib. 12.18. excitement.
Mr. Garrison, who presided, read the Address— with due ect
Lib. 12.18. of Columbia.
As it fell to Mr. Garrison to preside, so to him was intrusted the dramportant changes which are near at hand, as Mr. Garrison judged.
Nothing can prevent the dissolutiocal interest insisted on (and correctly) by Mr. Garrison.
And, vice versa, England's anti-slavery p quarter.
For the annual meeting itself Mr. Garrison had prepared a letter of like tenor with thepot, and in the morning left for Utica,
Mr. Garrison's scruples about travelling on the Sabbath being ransomed at a low figure.
This event Mr. Garrison had the pleasure of announcing at the Syracnd in which I am a full believer. . . .
Mr. Garrison's system, overtaxed by the fatigues of his ong his little ones, on his arrival home:
Garrison was very ill, wrote Edmund Quincy to Richard