e Springfield stare.
By the way, Abby is taking the field like a lion.
What a speech in the Liberator (10: 171), and how superbly reported—doubtless by Mrs. Chapman.
I have just returned from the Middlesex County Convention
Lib. 10.175. at Groton.
In the forenoon, about a dozen persons were present; in the afternoon, twice that number; and in the evening, one hundred: not half a dozen of whom were from all the other towns in the county!
The fact is, bro. Collins, and we cannot and oughtelley will attend the meeting.
She spoke eloquently and impressively at Springfield.
She also addressed a public meeting of the Boston
Lib. 10.171. Female Anti-Slavery Society, in the Melodeon, last Wednesday
Oct. 14, 1840. evening.
I was at Groton; but I hear that she acquitted
Thankful Southwick. herself well.
Mrs. Southwick was in the chair.
Rogers has consented to write regularly for the editorial
N. P. Rogers. department of the Standard. Bro. Johnson is now in New
ary, 446, 447; interview with J. Breckinridge, 448, seeks fair play for colonizationists, 449; welcomes Thompson, 434, at Groton with him, 451, his host, 453; opposes A. Lawrence, and votes for A. Walker, 455, 2.302, reproaches Whig colored voters, 1mation while abroad, 411; approves Collins's mission, 416; at Worcester Con., 417, 418, 420, at Springfield, 418, 419, at Groton, 419, 420, at Methuen, 420 (1840）——Writes annual report Non-Resistance Soc., 2.421; does not sign call for Chardon St. Co.469; mobbed, 2.67; Baptist delegate to World's Convention, 356, 365, lodges with G., 383, temperance speech, 396.
Groton (Mass.) Convention of friends of Christian Union, 2.421, 422, 427, described by Quincy, 426, by Colver, 429.
Guerrero, Vinds G.'s Declaration, 400, reads it, 407; friend of Helen Benson, 424; marries her to G., 427; welcome to Roxbury, 428; at Groton with Thompson, 451, 452; literary style, 461; A. S. labors with Unitarian clergy, 463; on Channing's riot sermon, 466; la<