f Man, expressly asserted the right of
Lib. 7.146. Garrison and the Grimkes to their opinions along with other Quakers—like Elliott Cresson, for example.
Whittier, as might have been expected, was not wanting with a letter of encouragement.
N. P. Rogers, in the
Lib. 7.154. Herald of Freedom, declared of his friend: Under
Lib. 7.158. God, William Lloyd Garrison is the mover of American Anti-slavery.
But for him I know not why there should be now a single anti-slavery society in the whole la.
Primarily it was a tribute to his personal character in a region where he was intimately known, and where his presence never failed to disarm prejudice and opposition.
Thus, at Dover, N. H., in 1842, We were amazed above measure, writes N. P. Rogers,to hear brother Francis Cogswell and Rev. Brother Young eulogizing Garrison.
I have been highly pleased with Mr. Garrison, said Brother Young. . . . If you would send out such men as Garrison, said friend Cogswell, your cause would prosper.
Herald of Freedom (Concord), property of N. H. A. S. S., 2.343; edited by N. P. Rogers, 158, 268, 386, 428; notices Clerical Appeal, 167; communication from J. Le Bosquet, 271.
dman, 2.250; from J. T. Buckingham, 2.7, S. J. May, 2.60, N. B. Borden, 2.311, S. May, 2.348, N. P. Rogers, 2.419, J. C. Jackson, 2.436.
Jackson, James C. [b. Manlius, N. Y., Mar. 28, 1811], on rev 2.182, mobbed, 182.
Robinson, Rachel, 2.53.
Robinson, Rowland T., of Vermont, 2.53, 348.
Rogers, Nathaniel Peabody [b. Plymouth, N. H., June 3, 1794; d. Concord, N. H., Oct. 16, 1846], drops C
Standard, National A. S., 2.49; organ Am. A. S. S., 351, founded, 351, 359, first number, 389; Rogers wanted as editor, 386, 409, 410, secured as contributor, 420, 423, 428, financial straits, 425, Worcester (Mass.) A. S. Convention, 2.163, 167, 170; clerical, 244, Young Men's, 245, for G. and Rogers, 414, 417, 418, 420.
World, edited by C. W. Denison, 1.415.
World's Anti-Slavery Conventio