dated March 3, 1840, in which he deprecated the sending of female delegates to the World's Convention, and desired it might be discouraged.
It would encounter a strong adverse feeling in England, from which country there would be no female representation.
In the meantime, however, the Massachusetts Board had already chosen its delegates, including not only Mr.
Lib. 10.55. Garrison, Wendell Phillips, George Bradburn, William Adam (Professor of Oriental Languages at Harvard College), Isaac Winslow, and many other leading abolitionists, white and black, but a large proportion of women— Harriet Martineau, a life-member of the Massachusetts Society; Mrs. Phillips and Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. Child, as well as their respective husbands; Miss Abby Kelley, Miss Emily Winslow, and still others.
The Philadelphia Female Anti-Slavery Society, unabashed by Sturge's rebuke, named a full contingent of their sex, with Lucretia
Lib. 10.83. Mott at their head.
Her sister delegates were Mary Gre
ored movements, 517; gallows erected for him in Boston, 519, 2.4; speaks in N. Y., Philadelphia, and Boston, 2, 3, in Albany and Troy, 3; travelling companion, 121; abuse from W. Fisk, 139; driven from N. Y., 1.490, 2.3; calumniated by Kaufman, 4, 90; expulsion called for by Richmond Enquirer and Boston press, 5; asked to address Boston Fem. A. S. S., 6; press excites mob, 6, 9-11; vain pursuit, 7; intended treatment, 21; leaves Boston, 8, 9; mob placard, 9; reported gone to Europe, 39; at I. Winslow's, 43; at J. Southwick's, 46, 47; effigy in a target company, 48; decides to return to England, 48; sails for St. John, 49-51; farewell letters, 53, 58; carries back A. S. documents, 54; sails for England, 58; success of mission, 1.439, 2.58-60; abuse from Gov. McDuffie, 62; portrait painted, 68; cause of expulsion, 93; A. S. tour in England and Scotland, 82, 83; debate with R. J. Breckinridge, 1.449, 2.83; remembered by Mass.
A. S. S., 86; accuses Channing of plagiarism, 89; Garrison nam