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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 2, Chapter 2: Germs of contention among brethren.—1836. (search)
could do. Governor Marcy, of New York, refused his assent to the constitutional gloss Lib. 6.13. by which Governor Gayle, of Alabama, made requisition for Ransom G. Williams, publishing agent of the American Anti-Slavery Society at New York, under an act of Congress concerning fugitives from justice. Williams had been indicted Williams had been indicted as late of said [Tuscaloosa] County; and Governor Gayle, while not pretending that he had been in the State when his crime was committed, or had fled therefrom, nevertheless held that he had evaded the justice of our laws, and hence was a fugitive to be delivered up. Governor Marcy, however, Lib. 6.13. mingled with his admirable ssible, insert the accompanying extract from Gov. Marcy's Lib. 6.17, 13. message, and also the correspondence between him and Gov. Gayle, of Alabama, respecting Williams—especially the latter. Give as good an account of the annual meeting to the readers Mass. A. S. Society. as the time will permit. Probably E. M. P. Wells
59; turns from colonization, 356; interview with G., 357-360; catechism for Cresson, 359; signs protest against Colon. Soc., 361, 365; death and burial, 1.379; cited against G., 2.110, 111.—For portrait, see 1.359. Willard, Sidney [1780-1856], member of Cambridge A. S. S., 1.463; V. P. of Am. Union, 1.470; praises Channing's Essay, 2.54; presides at Peace Convention, 227. Williams, Henry, part in Boston mob, 2.1, 17. Williams, John S., 1.279. Williams, Peter, Rev., 1.313. Williams, Ransom G., 2.75, 85. Willis, Benjamin, 2.21. Winslow, Edward, 2.198. Winslow, Emily Annette [b. Havre, France, July 5, 1822], delegate to World's Convention, 2.353, 383. Winslow, Hubbard, Rev. [1800-1864], puts human law above divine, 1.478, pro-slavery sermons, 2.63, condemns Lovejoy, 285. Winslow, Isaac [b. Falmouth, Me., Jan. 1, 1787; d. July 25, 1867], aid to Lib., 1.289, and to Thoughts on Colonization, 300, 312; delegate to Nat. A. S. Convention, 398; praise of G., 2.122; delegat