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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)
n its rival and the recruits it could seduce from it. New organization, in short, had but one destiny—to be swallowed up in the Liberty Party. Its nominal head at New York, the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, was a mere mask for Lewis Tappan, who drew up its annual report, and bore the expenses of its single (annual) meeting and of its short-lived organ, the Ante, 2.386; Lib. 11.137, 167, 193. (monthly) Anti-Slavery Reporter, which Whittier helped edit. Mrs. Mott writes to Hannah Webb of Dublin, Feb. 25, 1842 (Ms.): Maria W. Chapman wrote me that he [Whittier] . . . was in the [A. S.] office a few months since, bemoaning to Garrison that there should have been any divisions. Why could we not all go on together? Why not, indeed? said Garrison; we stand just where we did. I see no reason why you cannot cooperate with the American Society. Oh, replied Whittier, but the American Society is not what it once was. It has the hat, and the coat, and the waistcoat of the