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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 2, Chapter 3: the Clerical appeal.—1837. (search)
actarian movement, Catholic Emancipation, and a hundred other ways. in the millennial ardor of the missionary, tract, and Bible societies for evangelizing the world, the kindred labors and hopes of the peace and temperance societies, the revivals of religion—more particularly the great so-called Finney revival of 1831, coincident Noyes's American Socialisms, p. 614. with the founding of the Liberator. This religious awakening took an especial hold on John Humphrey Noyes, a native of Brattleboroa, Vermont, who was six years Mr. Garrison's junior. In February, 1834, it had landed him in a new experience and new views of the Ibid., p. 615. way of salvation, which took the name of Perfectionism —a doctrine at first socialistic neither in form nor in theory. In the spring of 1837, March 30, by Noyes's own account in the American Socialist, June 12, 1879; but pretty certainly either March 20 or an earlier date. See the date of the letter presently to be quoted, which was received ea
326, 421, annual meetings, 327, 421, annual report, 42; membership small part of abolitionists, 347. Non-Resistant, genesis of, 2.240, 242, first issue and editors, 326, success, 327, 421. Norris, Samuel, Rev., 2.122. North Carolina, Manumission Society, 1.99, 229: alarm at Walker's Appeal, 231; Legislative appeal to North, 2.76. Northern Chronicler, 1.59. Northup, Ichabod, 1.340. Norton, John T., 2.412. Nott, Eliphalet, Rev. [1773-1866], 1.296. Noyes, John Humphrey [b. Brattleboro, Vt., 1811], view of Protestantism, 2.114; associate of J. Boyle, 286; meets G., 144, letter to him, 145, effect, 148-152, 177, 206; Perfectionist views compared with G.'s, 204, 206, 207; edits Witness, 206; doctrine of sexual intercourse, 289; author of American Socialisms, 328. Noyes Academy, trustees, 1.454; mobbed, 494. Oakes, William, 2.110, 111. Observer (Alton), edited by Lovejoy, 2.182, presses destroyed, 184-186; reestablishment proposed, 188. Observer (N. Y.), on English