; on Lovejoy's death, 187.
Hallowell, Morris L. [b. Aug. 14, 1809; d. June 16, 1881], 2.217.
Hamilton, James [1786-1857], message concerning Lib., 1.241, visits New York, 2.1.
Hammond, Ann Eliza, 1.317.
Hancock, —, Dr. (of Liverpool), 1.349.
Hancock, John, 2.29, 189.
Harris, Andrew, persecutes Miss Crandall, 1.322, has G. indicted, 391.
Harris, Beulah, 1.145.
Harris, I. L., 1.248.
Harris, John H., 1.70.
Harris, Marcia, wife of Charles, 1.318.
Harris, Mary, 1.318.
Harris, Sarah, pupil of P. Crandall, 1.318; dismissal called for by town, 319.
Harrison, William Henry [1773-1841], proslavery, 2.414; election opposed by Lib., 81, 333, 349, Webster preferred by G., 82; nominated for President, 434; carries away Whig abolitionists, 415, 428, 436, elected, 428.
Hartford (Conn.), negro pew, 1.253.
Harvey, Alexander, Rev., 2.371.
Harvey, Jonathan [1780-1859], 1.111.
Hathaway, Joseph C., 2.309.
Hawes, Albert G. [d. 1849], gag-rule, 2.127.
Hawes, Joel, Re
ge Benson, under whose roof, on the 27th of October, occurred an incident thus reported in the next issue of the Liberator:
Acknowledgment.—Just before midnight, on Sabbath
Lib. 3.175. evening last, in Brooklyn, Connecticut, the Deputy Sheriff of Windham County, in behalf of those zealous patrons of colored schools, those plain, independent republicans, those highminded patriots, those practical Christians,
Andrew T. Judson, Rufus Adams, Solomon Paine, Capt. Richard Fenner, Doctor Harris, presented me with five indictments for a panegyric upon their virtuous and magnanimous actions, in relation to Miss Crandall's nigger school in Canterbury, inserted in the Liberator of March 16, 1833.
I shall readily comply with their polite and urgent invitation to appear at the Windham County Court on the second Tuesday of December, to show cause why, &c., &c. As they have generously given me precept upon precept, I shall give them in return line upon line—here (in the Liberator) a l