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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 1, Chapter 8: the Liberator1831. (search)
t two or three very common chairs and a pine desk in the far corner, at which a pale, delicate. and apparently over-tasked gentleman was sitting. . . . I never was more astonished. All my preconceptions were at fault. My ideal of the man was that of a stout, rugged, dark-visaged desperado—something like we picture a pirate. He was a quiet, gentle, and I might say handsome man—a gentleman indeed, in every sense of the word. Here were workshop and home in one. Another witness, the Rev. James C. White, of Cincinnati, under date of Nov. 4, 1879, writes: I was often at the office of the Liberator. . . . I knew of his [Mr. Garrison's] self-denials. I knew he slept in the office with a table for a bed, a book for a pillow, and a self-prepared scanty meal for his rations in the office, while he set up his articles in the Liberator with his own hand, and without previous committal to paper. The Publishers of the Liberator, as they announced in their first Lib. 1.3. issue, have form