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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 3, Chapter 13: the Bible Convention.—1853. (search)
r party, to meet at Hartford, Conn., on Thursday, June 2, to Sunday, June 5, for the purpose of freely and fully canvassing the origin, authority, and influence of the Jewish and Christian Scriptures. It was signed by Andrew Jackson Davis, William Green, Jr., and William P. Donaldson. Mr. Green we have already met at the founding of the American Anti-Slavery Ante, 1.398, 401, 415. Society. Mr. Davis was definable in a single word as a seer, or prophet, possessed of clairvoyant powers, ProcMr. Green we have already met at the founding of the American Anti-Slavery Ante, 1.398, 401, 415. Society. Mr. Davis was definable in a single word as a seer, or prophet, possessed of clairvoyant powers, Procuring a lock of Mr. Garrison's rather scanty supply of hair, Mr. Davis evolved the psychometry of his new friend with a degree of success in characterization worth noticing (Lib. 23: 139). and sometimes styled the Great Harmonian, in allusion to Lib. 23.96. the principal work embodying his philosophy. He was commonly classed among Spiritualists, though not strictly in line with them, and his admirers were Spiritualists for the most part. He had risen from a very humble origin Lib. 27.94. wi