priest, but every man his own driver is another thing (Ms.
Aug. 24, 1843, W. Phillips to E. Pease). Mrs. Garrison's right arm was dislocated at the elbow, but washandsome vote, after a warm debate.
This was on a resolution offered by Wendell Phillips (Lib. 13: 19). The question was afterwards reconsidered and passed in anotChurch and state were united in the disunion resolution
Lib. 13.81. which Wendell Phillips offered at the anniversary of the
May 9, 1843. American Society at New Yo. W. Chapman） (Ms.
Jan. 29, 1843, Quincy to Webb). themselves, viz., Wendell Phillips, Caroline Weston, and myself.
We urged that the removal was to all intents aned the measure as so unwise that they would decline taking office.
W. Phillips. confirmed what I said.
This was an unexpected damper.
Garrison dilated n the premises.
The meeting went off with the greatest harmony possible.
Wendell Phillips's speech at the public anniversary was one of the most magnificent oration