A substitute, moved by Henry C. Wright and seconded by Edmund Quincy, read as follows:ssion at the New England Convention in Boston.
Henry C. Wright was
May 24-26, 1842. ready with fresh resolutport the Federal Constitution.
There is, writes H. C. Wright to Mr. Garrison from Philadelphia, Sept. 4, 1840ho were present (Ms.
March 1, 1843, W. L. G, to H. C. Wright). The day after the funeral, Phoebe Jackson wrotwith Garrisonian abolitionism.
The absence of H. C. Wright in England was one of the causes of the lapse ofpower to perform (Ms.
Mar. 1, 1843, W. L. G. to H. C. Wright). The A. S. cause misses you much—even more than of itself (Ms.
Mar. 31, 1843, M. W. Chapman to H. C. Wright). The [Non-Resistance] Society, I regret to say,out publications (Ms.
Oct. 1, 1844, W. L. G. to H. C. Wright). The Society, nevertheless, held its fourth ann 143, 155; Herald of Freedom, 8.129. authorized Henry C. Wright to go abroad as a sort of general missionary fo