Court (known as Seaver Place since 1844), in agreeable proximity to the home of his friend Francis Jackson.
In the meanwhile, the usual summer retreat to Brooklyn was made in June, at which time thorate addresses—one for the Fourth of July in
Lib. 8.99, 109; Ms.
June 28, 1838, W. L. G. to F. Jackson. Boston,
Printed in pamphlet form by Isaac Knapp. prepared at a week's notice from the Mass expressed the prevailing sentiment of the electorate at large.
In the terse language of Francis Jackson, catechising Abbott Lawrence as to his views on abolition in the District, and resistance tds.
In the present instance the following private vindication seemed called for:
Francis Jackson to Jesse Stedman, at Chester, Vt. Boston, June 20, 1838.
Yours of the 13th inst. wd an agreement for
Lib. 8.199, 207. Knapp's and Mr. Garrison's support was entered into by Francis Jackson, Edmund Quincy, and William Bassett, acting as a committee to supervise the finances of the