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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 1 4 2 Browse Search
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Va. Synod calls abolition sinful, 1.478.—See also L. Beecher, G. Bourne, J. and R. J. Breckinridge, G. Duffield, C. G. Finney, A. Mahan. Prescott family (Boston), 2.55. Prescott, Judge, 1.514. Prescott, Edward G., 2.28, 29. Prescott, William Hickling [1796-1859], 1.439. Preston, Jonas, 1.207. Preston, William Campbell [1794-1860], admits growing power of abolitionists, 2.81, 82; would hang them in S. C., 247; proves Calhoun inconsistent, 248. Price, Joseph T., 1.353. Price, Thomas, Rev., Editor Eclectic Review, 1.354; refuses Cresson his chapel, 356. Pringle, Thomas, 1.226. Providence (R. I.), colored petition for suffrage, 1.256.—See Rhode Island. Pugh, Sarah [b. Washington, D. C., 1800; d. Philadelphia, Aug. 1, 1884], 2.353. Puritan (Lynn), 2.424. Purvis, Robert [b. Charleston, S. C., Aug. 4, 1810], 1.342, 404; host of G., 283, aid in buying Thoughts on Colon., 312, has G. sit for portrait, 342, drives him to Trenton, 343; delegate to Nat. A. S. Conven
Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 1, Chapter 11: first mission to England.—1833. (search)
which equally failed of effect. The sole course left was an exparte arraignment of the Colonization Society, which was appointed at the Wesleyan Chapel of the Rev. Thomas Price, One of the editors of the Eclectic Review, and a notable literary critic in his day. in Devonshire Square, for Monday evening, June 10, 1833. At thierted, he had been treated like a dog—and so left the chapel. From the second meeting he carefully absented Lib. 3.165. himself, sending, however, to the Rev. Mr. Price a note thanking him for the offer of his chapel, and appointing a night; but when his messenger was asked whether a debate or a lecture was contemplated, he replied a lecture—a cool proposal, indeed, which met with a very proper refusal. Mr. Price's views with regard to the Colonization Society had, he publicly confessed, undergone a total change, and he was unwilling to open the chapel to it for unchecked propagandism. He moved resolutions to the effect that Mr. Garrison had fully
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
M. Lester, Color Sergeant Thomas Chapman, Private T. P. Boyd, J. J. Barr, J. W. Caldwell, W. H. Clamp, J. A. Cromer, William Higgins, W. W. Davenport, M. J. Jenkins, Private C. E. Plunkett, G. A. Rikard, G. A. Lester, J. D. Lester, T. F. Senn, G. W. Senn, detailed as teamster. H. R. Wicker, J. S. P. Wicker, R. H. Land, detailed in Subs. department, Private J. P. Kinard, G. G. Pitts, Private M. D. Kinard, D. A. Ruff. E. Private John Gossett, H. Morris, Thomas Price, guard Corps Ordn'ce. G. A. Setzler, W. J. Hines. Co. E. 1st Sergeant J. W. Berry, 4th Corporal J. R. Bryant, Private J. J. Byers, Robert Clark, M. B. Cash, Edward Cash, H. Davidson, Co. F. 2d Sergeant Edward Alverson, 3d Sergeant T. J. Hall, Private B. F. Nichols, Private T. Kimbrell, G. W. Reece, T. C. Bullington. Co. G. 2d Sergeant A. P. Dominick, 5th Sergeant P. B. Lever, 1st Corporal G. E. Hawkins, 3d Corporal J. N. Parrott, Private G. E