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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 2, Chapter 4: Pennsylvania Hall.—the non-resistance society.—1838. (search)
were increased in January by the birth of a son, named Ms. Jan. 20, 1838, W. L. G. to Mrs. Sarah Benson. for himself, in Boston, while he was without a home of his own. Later, upon the death of the wife of Amos A. Phelps, Aug. 31, 1838. Charlotte Phelps was the first president of the Boston Female A. S. Society (Lib. 8: 143). he was glad to relieve the latter of his unexpired lease of the furnished house at No. 2 Nassau Court (known as Seaver Place since 1844), in agreeable proximity to the with instructions, in publishing, to retain the decided condemnation of that movement, while modifying, if necessary, any undue personal severity. On April 24, Mr. Garrison writes from Boston to S. J. May: My annual report is at last out. Bro. Phelps wrote a protest against that part of it relating to the Clerical Appeal, and had it printed; but, I am happy to say, both for his own sake and the cause, has concluded to suppress it. More on this subject when I see you (Ms.) In March, by the urg
ing sec. Mass. Abol. Soc., 306; at Non-Resistance meeting, 329; at N. Y. anniversary, 348, secedes, 349; at Chardon St. Convention, 425-427; opposes Borden's reflection, 437.—Letters to G., 2.62; from L. Tappan, 2.159, E. Wright, 2.169. Phelps, Charlotte, 2.208. Philadelphia, first lecture by G., 1.203; colored riots, 447, 485; A. S. hall resolved on, 481 Philadelphia Female A. S. Society, 1.417. Philanthropist, and Philanthropist and Investigator. See Nat. Philanthropist. Philant stirred by Lovejoy's death, 185, reply to Austin, 189; at Peace Convention, 229; tribute to Lib., 240, 263, 330; president of Boston A. S. S., 243; at Worcester Convention, 245; speech at State House, 249; to edit Abolitionist, 262, 263; opposes Phelps-Torrey resolutions, 272, 273; second speech in Faneuil Hall, 274; remonstrates with Exec. Corn., 279, offer of reconciliation, 288; departure for Europe, 129; on transfer of Emancipator, 343; delegate to World's Convention, 353, urges reception