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, wrought the North to the pitch of resistance symbolized by the vote for Fremont.
It carried the clergy off their feet, and opened their churches to meetings for the donation of Sharp's rifles for Kansas—Henry Ward
Lib. 26.51. Beecher and Theodore Parker being conspicuous in the
Lib. 26.51, 54. promotion of this object, and both incurring Mr. Garrison's friendly and discriminating censure.
To the former,
Lib. 26.34, 42, 54, 58. who had said, You might just as well read the Bible to
Lib. ently come from Kansas itself (from John Brown, namely) with the aid of Gerrit Smith, who had got bravely back up the dam of non-resistance which he was once carried over.
Ante, 2.317; Lib. 26.54. now even more prominent than Beecher and Parker in bestowing and soliciting arms for Kansas; and, from a Revolutionary standpoint, nothing could be better than his remarks, full of insight, at a Kansas convention in Buffalo, July 10, 1856:
Most of you are relying largely on political act
ay, Sr. and Jr., by Francis Jackson, Wendell Phillips, Theodore Parker, and others.
Both the Committee and the Legislature w
At the New England Convention in Boston on May 26, Theodore Parker (equally with Mr. Higginson a
Ibid., pp. 440, 447, 458-460, 463, 511, 512; Weiss's Life of Parker, 2.161. confidant of John Brown, and fresh from meeting him with his secret com seemed a proper theme for Mr. Garrison when occupying Theodore Parker's pulpit in Music Hall on May 30, 1858, as a substitute:
Theodore Parker to W. L. Garrison.
Boston, June 3, 1858.
My dear Mr. Garrison: I owe you many thanks for also, with the hearty thanks of
Yours faithfully, Theodore Parker.
W. L. Garrison to Theodore Parker.
14 Dix PlaTheodore Parker.
14 Dix Place, June 3, 1858.
My dear Mr. Parker: I am greatly obliged to you for your kind note—so characteristic of your catholMr. Parker: I am greatly obliged to you for your kind note—so characteristic of your catholic spirit in all matters pertaining to an honest and conscientious difference of opinion.
Be assured, if I had supposed you