, to regenerate the Government.
They made the first onset upon Massachusetts.
Defeated there, they formed a political party there—Abolition say to you that he calculates on
Ms. chartering the steamboat Massachusetts at Providence, for the purpose of carrying on our friends to thavery men and women in our company, of whom about 400 were from Massachusetts.
Of the large body of delegates from Massachusetts, only 27,Massachusetts, only 27, as Edmund Quincy pointed out (Non-Resistant, July 8, 1840), were known NonResist-ants; the remainder, of course, adhering to Mr. Garrison sod); Rowland T. Robinson (Vermont); Amos A. Phelps, Abby Kelley (Massachusetts); William L. Chaplin, Lewis Tappan (New York); Charles C. Burleork to that of the World's Convention had led to a request from Massachusetts for an anticipation of
Lib. 10.47. the former date; but the Exn consequence of so many of the Garrison party having come from Massachusetts; and our delegation have been driven out of the halls we had en
mission to England, 326, 327; lectures in Eastern Mass., 327; delegate to Nat. A. S. Convention, 3ses non-clerical moral teaching, 2.130, 35; of Mass., issues Pastoral Letter, 133.—See Orthodox Conlease, fine paid by A. Tappan, 190; journey to Mass., 191, 192; meets A. and L. Tappan, 192; lets T
Lunt, George [1803-1885], State senator of Mass., 2.95; bullies abolitionists at a hearing, 97,
Mason, Lowell, Jr. [b. 1823], 2.27.
Massachusetts, claim, 1.60-62, 71; law against mixed mares, 128; election in 4th District, 280.
Massachusetts Abolition Society, founded, 2.306, 339, mismanaged, 318.
Massachusetts Abolitionist, need felt by N. Y. Exec. Com., 2.288; founded, 276, 2e, 418; after Harrison's election, 428.
Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society (successor of New Engsectarian control of Am. A. S. S., 344.
Massachusetts Colonization Society, formed, 1.261, demisobert Angus, 12; characteristics, 12; revisits Mass., 12.
Parish, John, 1.39