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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 2 22 0 Browse Search
Edward H. Savage, author of Police Recollections; Or Boston by Daylight and Gas-Light ., Boston events: a brief mention and the date of more than 5,000 events that transpired in Boston from 1630 to 1880, covering a period of 250 years, together with other occurrences of interest, arranged in alphabetical order 2 0 Browse Search
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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 2, Chapter 1: the Boston mob (second stage).—1835. (search)
of the peace!! The Mayor's account is: Sheriff Parkman, who was present, said that he would comm jail, on the condition (as I was informed by Parkman) that he should not be subject to any expense41, 342. to receive me—and, supported by Sheriff Parkman and Ebenezer Bailey, Esq. Miss Anne Wacarriage, he was supported on one side by Sheriff Parkman, and on the other by himself. Fortunatele within and for the County of Suffolk. Daniel Parkman, of said Boston, Esquire, complains and gie thousand eight hundred and thirty-five. Daniel Parkman. Suffolk, Ss. Boston, Oct. 21, 1835. Sworresaid Garrison to jail by virtue hereof. Daniel Parkman, Dep. Sheriff. I was released from prisonas soon to become a mother] (Lib. 5.179). Sheriff Parkman drove Mr. Garrison to Canton, where he joearched for him. My thanks are due to Sheriff Parkman for various acts of politeness and kindner having had an interview with the Mayor, Sheriff Parkman, and other civil officers. I most firmly
cher, 269. Parker, Mary S. [d. Jaffrey, N. H., July, 1841, aged 39], in mobbed A. S. meeting, 2.12-14, 15; greets G., 47; host of Mays, 67; hospitality to G., 69, 95; lodges him, 84; presides at Ladies' A. S. Convention, 131; letters from S. M. Grimke, 134; at Penn. Hall, 217. Parker, Theodore, Rev. [1810-1860], befriended by F. Jackson, 1.454; at Groton Convention, 2.421, at Chardon St., 422, 424-426; Life, 144.—Portrait (best for this period) in Frothingham's Life of Parker. Parkman, Daniel, commits G. to jail, 2.24, 28, protects him against mob, 25, 26, kindness, 29; talk with Knapp, 40. Parmenter, William [1789-1866], 2.287. Parrish, Joseph, Jr., 2.217. Parrott, Elizabeth E., 1.330. Parton, James [b. 1822], 1.275. Pastoral Letter, 2.133-136, 198. Patton, John Mercer [1796-1858], gag-rule, 2.197, 247, 249. Paul, Miss, 2.68. Paul, Nathaniel, Rev. [d. Albany, July, 1839], visits Clarkson, 1.362-364; at Exeter Hall, 375. Paul, Thomas, 1.222. Paulding,
school house, 1645 Occupied for a school and engine-house, 1811 An exchange in part with Mr. Richardson, Feb. 19, 1827 Offered for sale, but not sold, May 14, 1827 Additional land bought on School street, June 4, 1839 Trees, shrubbery, and fence removed for new house, Sep. 30, 1862 City Messenger. Johnson Colby, chosen, Sep. 26, 1822 Oliver H. Spurr, chosen, June, 1852 Alvah H. Peters, chosen, May 1, 1872 Marshal, Benjamin Pollard, chosen, May 30, 1823 Daniel Parkman, chosen, June 19, 1837 Ezra Weston, Jr., chosen, June 25, 1838 James H. Blake, chosen, May 1, 1840 Ira Gibbs, chosen, June 25, 1845 Francis Tukey, chosen, June 22, 1846 Fined for fast driving, chosen, May 2, 1848 Office changed to Chief of Police, June 17, 1852 Physician, Theodore Dexter, chosen, June 13, 1825 Jerome Van Crowningshield Smith, chosen, June 3, 1829 Henry G. Clarke, chosen, June 5, 1849 Joseph S. Jones, chosen, Jan. 21, 1861 William Reed, ch