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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 3, Chapter 1: re-formation and Reanimation.—1841. (search)
(in which the hand of the New Organization Esau was manifest) testified to the knowledge and belief of the signers, J. Cutts Smith and Hamlett Bates, in the facts as stated by Knapp, for whom they offered to serve as a finance committee. On the chusetts A. S. Society, by my old, erring, and misguided friend Knapp, and his more crafty and malignant abettors—to wit, Smith, Bates, A former clerk in the Anti-Slavery Office. and J. Cutts Smith (ante, 1.278). Bishop. I have every reason to J. Cutts Smith (ante, 1.278). Bishop. I have every reason to believe that it was drawn up by Bishop, Joel Prentiss Bishop had likewise been a clerk in the Anti-Slavery Office, and took advantage of Collins's absence to attack the office accounts (Lib. 11.2, 23), and to play into the hands of New Organizatioar date of publication. with his own quarrel with the Massachusetts Board in regard to Ante, p. 39. Collins's accounts. Smith and Bates followed with intended corroborations of the truth of Knapp's circular, which was here reprinted. Knapp had li