derable conversation about the approaching marriage.
I frankly told Angelina my feelings, and expressed my fear that bro. Weld's sectarianism
Theodore D. Weld. would bring her into bondage, unless she could succeed in emancipating him. She heard myTheodore D. Weld. would bring her into bondage, unless she could succeed in emancipating him. She heard my remarks very pleasantly, and trusted the experiment, as she termed it, would prove mutually serviceable.
How far she will feel it her duty to comply with his sabbatical notions, observance of forms, church-going worship, etc., I do not know.
When ening, the public
May 16, 1838. were informed that Wm. Lloyd Garrison, Maria W. Chapman of Boston, and Angelina E. Grimke Weld would address the people in that hall.
There was an immense audience on the
History of Penn.
Hall, p. 117. occasion—somfinally Abby
History of Penn.
Hall, pp. 126, 127. Kelley, a noble young woman from Lynn.
Her speech so affected Theodore D. Weld that, at the close of the meeting, he urged her to take the field as an anti-slavery lecturer; and, laying his hand
b. 20, 1805; d. Hyde Park, Mass., Oct. 26, 1879], encouraged by E. Wright, 2.317; troubled by Clerical Appeal, 160, leaning to Perfectionism, 161; engagement to T. D. Weld, 211, marriage, 213, 224, speaks at Penn.
Hall, 214, 215.—Letters to Catherine Beecher, 1.398, 2.134, G., 1.518, 2.38, 55; from E. Pease, 2.183.
Grimke, Saron like abolitionists, 499; addressed under cover by Clay, 501; dodges vote on Arkansas, : 80; preferred to Harrison by G., 82; silent at Preston's threat, 247.
Weld, Theodore Dwight [b. Hampton, Ct., November 23, 1803], drops Colon.
Soc., 1.299; leaves Lane Seminary, 454, 2.327; tribute from G., 51; discourse to 70 agents, 11m N. Y., 159; wants Grimkes silent on woman question, 160, and Mass.
A. S. S. to drop Lib., 177; visits J. Q. Adams, 196; goes to Philadelphia, 211, debarred from Weld-Grimke wedding, 213, loss by burning of Penn.
Hall, 217; opposes female A. S. membership, 221; withdraws political support from Clay, 1.190; proposed editing of M