Lib. 16.146. anew to Muswell Hill, and there made him acquainted
Ante, 2.377. with W. J. Fox, the eminent Unitarian preacher, and
Lib. 16:. with the exiled Mazzini.
He came to know and to esteem
Lib. 18.61. William Lovett and H; Lib. 16.206. visit was that with Mary Carpenter, the philanthropic daughter of the Rev. Lant Carpenter, famous in English Unitarian annals.
To mingle much with this denomination abroad was a novel experience for Mr. Garrison.
On September 10, 18.): I am under great obligations to Francis Bishop, William James, H. Solly, Philip Carpenter, George Harris, and other Unitarian clergymen, and have formed for them a strong personal friendship, which they appear heartily to reciprocate.
By a lett was the ex-Methodist Rev. Joseph Barker, whom Mr. Garrison had just visited expressly at Leeds, at the instance of his Unitarian friends—Mr. Barker having recently gone
Ms. Sept. 10, 1846, W. L. G. to H. E. G. over to that body, to the great scand