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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 2, Chapter 1: the Boston mob (second stage).—1835. (search)
f it. The handbill was short, was soon put in type, The proof also was read to a committee, including among others Henry Williams, a merchant on Central Wharf, and John L. Dimmock, afterwards president of the Shawmut Bank (E. N. Moore, in the Bostn in the Liberator for Oct. 31, 1835 (5.175). John L. Dimmock is reported as having said in conversation: We [meaning Henry Williams and himself] told the Mayor it was entirely useless to say anything against it,—the sign must and shall comedown. Weedience to and a respect for the law! He behaved disorderly before rebels that he might restore order among them! Mr. Henry Williams and Mr. John L. Dimmock also deserve severe reprehension for their forwardness in taking down the sign. The offencand sacrifice is one upon which civil government, private property and individual liberty depend. The chips caused by Williams's detaching the sign and by its subsequent demolition in the street were eagerly caught up and carried off as relics. S
58; made hon. member New Eng. A. S. Soc., 283; succeeded by Buxton in Parliament, 351; deceived by Cresson, 359; turns from colonization, 356; interview with G., 357-360; catechism for Cresson, 359; signs protest against Colon. Soc., 361, 365; death and burial, 1.379; cited against G., 2.110, 111.—For portrait, see 1.359. Willard, Sidney [1780-1856], member of Cambridge A. S. S., 1.463; V. P. of Am. Union, 1.470; praises Channing's Essay, 2.54; presides at Peace Convention, 227. Williams, Henry, part in Boston mob, 2.1, 17. Williams, John S., 1.279. Williams, Peter, Rev., 1.313. Williams, Ransom G., 2.75, 85. Willis, Benjamin, 2.21. Winslow, Edward, 2.198. Winslow, Emily Annette [b. Havre, France, July 5, 1822], delegate to World's Convention, 2.353, 383. Winslow, Hubbard, Rev. [1800-1864], puts human law above divine, 1.478, pro-slavery sermons, 2.63, condemns Lovejoy, 285. Winslow, Isaac [b. Falmouth, Me., Jan. 1, 1787; d. July 25, 1867], aid to Lib., 1.289, an