tion you are behind, in this matter of courageous benevolence how far are you before us!
My grateful affections are with them and you.
In a like spirit, Harriet Martineau wrote to Mrs. Chapman:
Garrison was quite right, I think, to sit in the gallery of
Lib. 10.174. the Convention.
I conclude you think so. It has done muursday, and shall probably leave London with Geo. Thompson and Rogers, on Friday, for Scotland,—going first to Tynemouth, near Newcastle, to spend a day with Harriet Martineau.
I shall try to send you a letter by the Great Western, on the 25th inst. Mrs. Thompson is near her confinement.
She is in Edinburgh, with her children.
T acquaintance made with the beloved bard of negro freedom, James Montgomery.
Thence the route led to York and to Newcastle-on-Tyne, for the sake of visiting Harriet Martineau, then writing the Hour and the man, at Tynemouth.
In the early morning of July 20, the fellow-travellers, less Thompson and Remond, who had gone before, mou
ne, 1.242; defends Boston mob, 2.36, abuses H. Martineau, 56; letter from G. Lunt, 97.
Advocate (; shakes hands with G., 94, 96, 97; host of H. Martineau, 97, 98; sermons described by G., 98, 106; his shaking hands with Channing, 96; meets H. Martineau, 98; invites G. to hear Channing, and Chann2, and disquiets Channing, 424. —Letters to H. Martineau, 2.189, G., 2.224, 240; from G., 2.360, 362, Anne Knight, 2.367, H. Martineau, 2.378.
Chapman, Mary Gray [d. Boston, Nov. 8, 1874, aged 75],1, and abolitionists generally, 447; abuses H. Martineau, 2.56.
Cowles, S. S., 2.335.
Cox, Abraheaks at legislative hearing, 97, 102; meets H. Martineau, 99; loses Harvard professorship, 102; at M69; commends Channing's Essay,: 55; host of H. Martineau, 56, 98; of G., 69; counsel in Med. case, 7.
sec. Mass. A. S. S., 138; interview with H. Martineau, 69, 98; counsel from G. as to A. S. meetinyland, Francis, Rev. [1796-1865], reassures H. Martineau as to Boston mob, 2.36; proslavery moral te