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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)
s speech, shorn of one-third—the part relating to oppression in British India, which, Lib. 10.119. having been committed to writing, had falng Mr. Stacey's substituted resolution. All the members of the British India Committee voted with us, among whom were our staunch and kind fthat Thompson was not his own master while in the employ of the British India Committee, and was obliged to have regard to his family necessit Freemasons' Hall, on occasion of the first anniversary of the British India Society, Mr. Garrison spoke sympathetically, offering as Lib. ch he shared the generous illusion as to the possible agency of British India in the abolition of American slavery, is manifested in the folllabor, at a much less expense, and in far greater abundance, in British India, than it is now done by slave labor in the United States: henceast and fertile possessions in the East. I am sure that your British India movement will fill the hearts of American slaveholders with dis
iety of, 1.212, 226. Free Inquirer (N. Y.), 2.142. Free Press (Newburyport, Mass.), founded by G., 1.59, 60, sold, 70. Free Press (Tarboroa, N. C.), 1.238. Free produce, measures, 1.152, 2.53; establishments, 1.264.—See, also, for British India, 2.391. Free-Soil party, 2.438. Freedom's Journal (Boston), 1.160. Frelinghuysen, Theodore [1787-1862], 1.182. French Society for the Abolition of Slavery, 2.82, 378. Friend, 2.412. Friend of Man (Utica), organ of N. Y. A. Scommittal as to schism in U. S., 385, 398, 410; temperance speech, 396; sits to Haydon, 389; journeys north with G., 383, 388, 395; at Rechabite festival, 396, at Glasgow reception, 399; farewell to G., 402; adviser of Collins, 417; labors in British India, 1.498.—Letters to R. Purvis, 1.433, 434, G., 1.450, 453, 520, 2.44, H. C. Wright, 2.58; from L. Tappan, 1.457, R. D. Webb, 2.403. Thompson, H. B., 2.24. Thompson, Henry, 1.167; agent of F. Todd, 168, witness in libel suit, 169, card from