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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 2, Chapter 4: Pennsylvania Hall.—the non-resistance society.—1838. (search)
the table, without being debated, printed, or referred. The preamble was voted in detail, being opposed, in varying minorities, by the fire-eaters, represented by Wise, of Virginia On Dec. 17, Wise was called to order by the Speaker for a mere allusion to the doctrine that it is constitutional to abolish slavery in the DistricWise was called to order by the Speaker for a mere allusion to the doctrine that it is constitutional to abolish slavery in the District. Such, under the new gag, was freedom of speech even for a pro-slavery extremist in Congress. In this same speech Wise embodied sections 2 and 4 of the Atherton preamble in his objection to receiving a memorial for the recognition of Haytian independence, viz., because it is but part and parcel of the English scheme set on fooWise embodied sections 2 and 4 of the Atherton preamble in his objection to receiving a memorial for the recognition of Haytian independence, viz., because it is but part and parcel of the English scheme set on foot by Garrison, and to bring abolition as near as possible, and (consequently) its ulterior object is unconstitutional (Lib. 9.3). (who would not hear to the reception of petitions), as well as by Adams and his Northern supporters; but the gag was enforced by a vote of 126 to 78. It was reported that in the caucus the Northern A
Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 2, Chapter 5: shall the Liberator lead—1839. (search)
induced to turn his weapons against their religion. In the same spirit, the Rev. Daniel Wise, of Quincy, reported Mr. Lib. 9.59. Garrison to have spoken (at the quaevince! How false, how foolish, how cruel, is such an assertion! St. Clair and Wise Lib. 9.34, 35. have resigned their agencies, and are laboring with great zeal il of a monthly organ to head off the Abolitionist (Lib. 9.22, and ante, p. 262). Wise's coat-turning was ludicrously sudden, after having resolved, through the Norfolhe Liberator, and notwithstanding all the efforts of St. Clair, Phelps, Stanton, Wise, Torrey, backed up by the orthodox clergy. Not less than 5000 subscribers will Sanger writes on Mar. 4, 1840, from Danvers, Mass., to Mr. Garrison, of the Rev. Daniel Wise's recent meeting in that place: After the thirteen females had retired, Mr. Wise stated the evil tendencies of the non-resistance doctrines. He said that a man in Putney, Vt. [J. H. Noyes], had written something which you had commented u
ce censures abolitionists, 2.78, rules out slave testimony, 350; growth of A. S. sentiment, 243.—See also W. Fisk, L. Lee, O. Scott, G. Storrs, La Roy Sunderland, D. Wise. Miller, —, Rev. (N. Y.), 1.317. Miller, Jonathan P., at World's Convention, 2.370, 382. Miller, Tobias H., Rev., 1.41. Milligan (Millighan), a Louisiana , 312; letter to G. on John Neal, 384; delegate to Nat. A. S. Convention, 397; on com. to recover Emancipator, 2.351. Wirt, William [1772-834], 1.129. Wise, Daniel, Rev. [b. Portsmouth, Eng., Jan. 10, 1813], on G.'s primacy, 2.271; resigns A. S. agency, 281; pushes Mass. Abolitionist, 281, 286; on J. H. Noyes, 289. Wise,Wise, Henry Alexander [1806-1876], opposes D. C. emancipation, 1.483, and reception of petitions, 2.248. Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg, Rev. [1794-1835], 1.268. Withington, Leonard, Rev. [1789-1885], 1.268. Withington, Thomas, 2.11. Witness (Edinburgh), 2.397. Witness (Noyes's), 2.206. Wolf, George [1777-1840], 2.62. Woman