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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 3 14 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 3: the Clerical appeal.—1837. (search)
f Terror had continued without abatement during the first half of the year. Anti-slavery lecturers in most of the New England States were mobbed repeatedly, with varying degrees of violence and barbarity; ministers were attacked in the pulpit or dragged from it—the Rev. John Rankin was knocked Lib. 7.39. down on leaving a church in Dayton, Ohio; elsewhere in the same State a private lecture by an abolitionist in his Lib. 7.34. own home was forcibly prevented by riotous invasion; and Marius R. Robinson (one of the Lane Seminary Ante, 1.454. seceders) was, two days after a similar lecture, dragged from his host's house at night, tarred and feathered, and Lib. 7.111. ridden out of town. On Broadway, in New York, one saw in shop windows bowie-knives for sale, marked Death to Abolition. From time to time, through the summer and Lib. 7.99. fall, from the extreme border of Northwestern civilization and settlement came news of popular disturbances at Alton directed against Lovejoy and
Rhode Island Congregational Consociation, 2.220. Richmond (Va.), anti-abolition meeting, 1.485, 486; press on Faneuil Hall meeting, 504. Ridge, John, 1.270. Right and Wrong series, 2.49. Riley, James, 1.349. Ripley, George, Rev. [1802-1880], at Groton Convention, 2.421, at Chardon St., 424. Ripley, James W. [d. 1835], 1.111. Robeson, Andrew, at Chardon St. Convention, 2.424, gift to G., 432. Robinson, John P., 1.453. Robinson, John Staniford [1804-1860], 1.123. Robinson, Marius R., leaves Lane Seminary, 1.454, 2.182, mobbed, 182. Robinson, Rachel, 2.53. Robinson, Rowland T., of Vermont, 2.53, 348. Rogers, Nathaniel Peabody [b. Plymouth, N. H., June 3, 1794; d. Concord, N. H., Oct. 16, 1846], drops Colon. Soc., 1.299, 454; trustee Noyes Academy, 454; described by Thompson, 520; vindicates G., 2.158, alleged incense to him, 277; testimonial to Lib., 279, 330; on transfer of Emancipator, 342; at N. Y. anniversary, 348, 351; G.'s love for him, 358; ill, 360