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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 2 2 0 Browse Search
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Non-Resistance Society, 229; proposes Non-Resistant, 240.— Letter to G., 2.240. Weston, Warren, 2.49. Whig (Richmond), on Walker's Appeal, 1.160, 161; favors State abolition, 251, 252; wants Northern abolitionists put down, 486, and hung, 503. Whiggism anti-abolition, 1.456, 519. Whipple, Charles [b. Uxbridge, Mass., Mar. 21, 1781; d. Newburyport, Mass., July 28, 1859], 1.305. Whipple, Charles King [b. Newburyport, Mass, Nov. 17, 1808], 2.326. Whitby, Daniel, Rev., 2.110. White, Adams, 1.391. White, Elipha, Rev., pro-slavery, 2.138, 163. White, Hugh Lawson [1773-1840], mail tampered with, 1.500; election opposed by Lib., 2.81. White, James C., Rev. [b. Lancaster, Mass., 1806], 1.221. White, Lydia, free-produce store, 1.264; attends Nat. A. S. Convention, 398. White, Nathaniel H., 1.80. White slaves, Northern, 1.134. Whiting, Nathaniel H., 2.293. Whitman, Benjamin, 2.28. Whitson, Thomas [b. July 2, 1796; d. Nov. 24, 1864], 1.398.—Portrait in Smedley's
Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 1, Chapter 12: American Anti-slavery Society.—1833. (search)
am County Bank to Mr. Benson: Dec. 27, 1834. Ms. Geo. Benson to W. L. G. dear sir: I am requested to say to you that the five suits against Mr. Garrison can be withdrawn upon condition that neither party shall receive cost of the other; provided Mr. Garrison answers to the proposition by the 10th of January. I am also requested to ask whether you will communicate this to Mr. Garrison and receive his answer, which may be communicated to the plaintiffs. Yours respectfully, Adams white. The proposition was accepted by the defendant in accordance with the pithy advice of Mr. Benson—You know that the result of a lawsuit (however just) is very uncertain, but the expense is certain—and of his counsel. John Parish, Esq. A special interest attaches to the following extract from a letter addressed by William Goodell to Mr. Garrison under date of New York, Nov. 14, 1833: I have this moment received a letter from my brother-in-law, Roswell C. Smith, of Hampton, Conn. (th