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Archibald H. Grimke, William Lloyd Garrison the Abolitionist 7 1 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 7: the World's Convention.—1840. (search)
awn up by Prof. Adam, and signed by himself, Phillips, Bradburn, Mott, Col. Miller, etc., and presented to the Convention, which, on motion of Colver, seconded by Scoble, was laid on the table, and refused a place among the printed Lib. 10.151. proceedings! This, says Bradburn, who was indefatigable in combating it ( Memorial, . The sittings to Haydon were too characteristic—on both sides—to be passed over. We read in the painter's diary: [June] 30th.—Scobell [sic for the Rev. John Scoble] called. Life of Haydon, 3.157. I said, I shall place you, Thompson, and the negro together. Now an abolitionist on thorough principle would have gloriedluence even in a good cause. Mrs. Mott's absence was better accounted for by her having an engagement to tea at Dr. Bowring's ( Life, p. 166). On July 10, J. Scoble called about the Protest, and Life of J. and L. Mott, p. 167. spake unadvisedly with his lips to Garrison. And after this date we know only that about the midd<
tlement, 1.1-12, patriotic manifesto, 6, reduced to loyalty, 10. Salisbury, Stephen [1798-1884], 1.213. Saltonstall, Leverett [1783-1845], 1.270. Sanford, David, Rev., 2.136. Sanger, Abner, 2.289. Santa Anna [1797-1876], 2.80. Sargent, Henrietta, at mobbed A. S. meeting, 2.12; at A. S. fair, 68; host of G., 106. Sartain, John [b. 1808], : 69. Savannah, authorities alarmed by Walker's Appeal, 1.160, and by Lib., 241. Scarborough, Philip, supporter of G., 2.269. Scoble, John, Rev., opposes women delegates to World's Convention, 2.382; sits to Haydon, 389; rebukes G., 395. Scott, Orange, Rev., committeeman on political A. S. action, 2.130; joins plot against Lib., 263, supports G. Smith's A. S. reorganization, 275, slanders G., 289, 303; opposes enrolment of women, 297; at Albany Convention, 309. Scott, Winfield [1786-1866], 2.314. Sears, David, 1.79. Sears, Willard, 2.125. Selden, John, 2.110. Seventy Agents, meeting, 2.114-117, James T. Woodbury one