ic and martyr times.
So it must be with you here, as a matter of dire and unavoidable necessity; because it is not to be supposed that the jacobinical spirit of slavery and the atrocious spirit of prejudice are less prevalent here than they were in distant New England ( History of Pennsylvania Hall, p. 71). When she sat down, Esther Moore (a Friend)
Ante, 1.398. made a few remarks, then Lucretia Mott, and finally Abby
History of Penn.
Hall, pp. 126, 127. Kelley, a noble young woman from Lynn.
Her speech so affected Theodore D. Weld that, at the close of the meeting, he urged her to take the field as an anti-slavery lecturer; and, laying his hand upon her shoulder, he said, in his vehement way, Abby, if you don't, God will smite you!
She obeyed his voice (and her own internal prompting) in the spring of 1839.
The meeting broke up about 10 o'clock, and we all got safely home.
The next day, the street was thronged with profane ruffians and curious spectators—the women, howe
Bartlett, William Francis, 1.330.
Bassett, William [b. Lynn, Mass., Mar. 4, 1803; d. there June 21, 1871], at Peace Conventott, 394; to speak on India, 388.
Boyce, James P. [b. Lynn, Mass., 1805; d. there, 1885], 2.228.
Boyle, James, Rev., leport, Mass., Oct. 14, 1842], 1.16, 18; learns shoemaking in Lynn, 27; to Baltimore with his mother, 31, apprenticed at shoem Baptist choir, 29; pet cats, 30, 221; learns shoemaking in Lynn, 30; voyage to Baltimore with his mother, 31, return to New.319, 320.
Lethem, Matthew, 2.398.
Lewis, Alonzo [b. Lynn, Mass., Aug. 28, 1794; d. Jan. 21, 1861], poet and teacher, 1.2ttendance and singing, 27; visit to Nova Scotia, removal to Lynn, 27, to Baltimore with the Newhalls, 31; a nurse again, 32,., 1800; d. Philadelphia, Aug. 1, 1884], 2.353.
Puritan (Lynn), 2.424.
Purvis, Robert [b. Charleston, S. C., Aug. 4, 1sination, 490, 517, 2.4, and kidnapping, 1.49, 519, 2.3; to Lynn with G., 1.491; assailed by P. Sprague, 497, 510, 516; give