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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)
admissions in the New Testament of its consistency with the Christian character and profession. Leading Northern publishers apprised the South of their resolve to Lib. 6.71. reprint no English work involving a condemnation of slavery, and not to make their publications a medium of incendiary circulation. One in Baltimore expurgated an English history of the United States that had Lib. 6.156. been found objectionable on this score in South Carolina. To make assurance doubly sure, General Duff Green obtained of the Legislature of that State a charter for a Southern Literary Company, to prepare school-books Lib. 6.173, 206. suitable for a slaveholding community. The main business of the abolitionists, besides extending their organization,—which they did at the rate of Lib. 6.183. nearly one new society a day, including a vigorous State Society in Rhode Island, and one in Pennsylvania,—was Lib. 6.22, 179. to defeat the legislative movements directed against the right of free s