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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)
likewise. Nor could he hope to escape the imputation of being a double and treble dyed infidel for his attendance at the adjourned second and third sessions of that Convention, which fell in the year now under consideration. Convicted, too, of having headed this ungodly gathering in the beginning, the head and front of its offending he must remain to the bitter end. True, Edmund Quincy, who actually headed it, declared that the first suggestion of such a convention Lib. 11.47. was made at Groton, where Garrison was not; that when Ante, 2.421, 426. he heard of it at a private dinner-table, he did not encourage it, and refused to be one of the committee to call it, Ante, 2.422. and even urged Mr. Quincy (in vain) to strike out a strong passage in the call. But, continues the latter— But, then, these new ideas were first started by you, and therefore you are accountable for this development of them! My dear friend, they who say this, do you honor overmuch. You have but obeyed,