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on, April 28, 1859], 1.495. Hovey, Sylvester, 1.474. Howard,——Mr. (of Brooklyn, Conn.), 2.44. Howe, Samuel Gridley [1801-1876], 1.64. Howitt, Mary [b. 1804], meets G., 2.377, 384; memoir of G., 1.13; account of Fanny Lloyd, 14, 15. Howitt, William [1795-1879], on Mrs. Mott's exclusion from World's Convention, 2.375; meets G., 377, 384.—Letters to Mrs. Mott, 2.375, 377.—Portrait in Harper's Magazine, 58: 853. Hudson, David W., warden of Baltimore jail, 1.174, 186, 191. Hughes, George, 1.330. Hull, Asbury, 1.248. Hull, Henry S., 1.101, 104. Human Rights, Am. A. S. S. publication, 1.483, 2.262. Hume, William, 1.365. Hutson, W. Ferguson, 1.517. Hutton, —, Rev. (of London), 2.387. Hyde, —, Mr. (of Brooklyn, Conn.), 2.110. Ibbotson, Henry, 1.490. Immediate Emancipation, first English advocate, 1.146, first American, see Postscript after Preface to Vol. I.; second American, 1.144; G.'s arrival at the doctrine, 140; must be gradual in the end, 228. I
Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 1, Chapter 10: Prudence Crandall.—1833. (search)
Boylston Hall, Boston (Lib. 3.107). and reviving an old friendship in the pursuit of a new. Some Haverhill young ladies—schoolmates at Derry, N. H.—styling themselves Inquirers after Truth, These were Miss Harriet Minot, afterwards Mrs. Isaac Pitman, of Somerville, Mass., and a lifelong friend of Mr. Garrison; Miss Harriott Plummer, afterwards Mrs. Charles Bartlett, and mother of the distinguished Gen. William F. Bartlett, of the civil war; and Miss Elizabeth E. Parrott, afterwards Mrs. George Hughes, of Boston. had by their sympathetic letters caused a lively emotion in an always susceptible bosom; so much so that, dates considered, an incidental avowal in the Liberator of March 16—We Lib. 3.43. declare that our heart is neither affected by, nor pledged to, any lady, black or white, bond or free His opponents had charged him with seeking the repeal of the Massachusetts law against intermarriage in order to profit by it in taking a black wife.—was perhaps intended to be rea
8, p. 492. —Weather in war; apology for our early disasters. Atlantic, vol. 9, p. 593. Henderson Hills, La. Engagement of March 21, 1864. Army and Navy Journal, vol. 1, p. 561. — – Account of operations, March 20-23. Boston Evening Journal, April 5, 1864, p. 2, col. 2. — – Special cor. Boston Evening Journal, March 21, 1864, p. 4, col. 2; March 28, p. 4, col. 6. Hero in spite of himself; story; New Berne under Gen. Butler. Bivouac, vol. 1, p. 3. Hepworth, Rev. George Hughes. Citations from report to Gen. Banks, about compensated labor to negroes in Louisiana. Boston Evening Journal, April 10, 1863, p. 3, col. 4. —Whip, hoe and sword, rev. of, with sketch of author's war service. Boston Evening Journal, Dec. 26, 1863, p. 1, col. 7 (supplement). Hersey, J. W. 10th Regt. M. V. I.,services of. Bivouac, vol. 2, p. 54. Higginson, col. Thomas Wentworth, 33d U. S. Colored Troops. Said to be willing to raise a company of Kansas men for serv
The Daily Dispatch: June 18, 1861., [Electronic resource], The Howitzers at the Bethel Church fight. (search)
bers of the Howitzer corps: From a multitude of sources I learn of the calm, cool, determined courage of a little group of our Richmond boys. I beg you will allow a place in your columns for an especial and individual mention of them, who so courageously and so honorably acquitted themselves in the heat of the battle at Bethel Church. Col. Hill, of the North Carolina Regiment, can sustain many in his testimony to their gallant stand in the most exposed position, and under the heaviest cannonading during the engagement. Lieut Hudnall, Geo. Hobson, John Werth, John West, Henry Shook, Geo. Hughes, Sergeant B. Hughes, Frank Botts, John Langhorne, L. W. Timberlake, William McCarthy, William Caldwell, Reuben Pleasants, W. R. Hutcheson, S. Pendleton, and last, though not least, must I make mention of the youngest son of the late Dr. Micajah Clark, whose memory lives so freshly greet, in the hearts of thousands of our citizens. May the God of Jacob bless our Howitzer boys. Amicus.