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Leavitt, Joshua, Rev. [b. Heath, Mass., Sept., 1794; d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 16, 1873], drops Colonization Soc., 1.299; helps found N. Y. City A. S. Soc., 381, 392, and Nat. A. S. Soc., 392, member Exec. Com., 483, edits Emancipator, 2.170; negotiates with Mass. Board, 279; succeeds E. Wright, 299; opposes Birney's view of A. S. non-resistance, 304; calls first Albany Convention, 308, member of second, 342; aids Amistad captives, 326; calls G. the king of day, 342; buys Emancipator, 343, 344; at Philadelphia, 343; calls G. an adventurer, 379; incensed at Standard, 418; edits Ballot-Box, 418; opposes Borden's reelection, 437.—Letter from G. Smith, 2.319.

Le Bosquet, John, Rev. [b. Haverhill, Mass., May 13, 1811], 2.271.

Lee, Luther, Rev. [b. Schoharie, N. Y., Nov. 30, 1800], defence of Birney, 2.304, Third Party activity, 343, 437, at Chardon St. Convention, 425, 427.

Lee, Samuel, 2.210.

Leggett, Samuel, 1.192.

Leggett, William [1802-1838], 1.493

Le Moyne, Francis Julius, Dr. [b. Washington, Pa., Sept. 4, 1798; d. there, Oct. 14, 1879], declines nomination for Vice-President, 2.319, 320.

Lethem, Matthew, 2.398.

Lewis, Alonzo [b. Lynn, Mass., Aug. 28, 1794; d. Jan. 21, 1861], poet and teacher, 1.273; part in founding New Eng. A. S. Soc., 278; helps edit Lib., 283.—Portrait in collected Poems, Boston, 1882.

Lewis, Evan [b. Radnor, Pa., August 19, 1782; d. Philadelphia, Mar. 25, 1834], prize A. S. essay, 1.306; delegate Nat. A. S. Convention, 392, committeeman, 397.

Lewis, Sidney Ann (Gilpin) [b. Wilmington, Del., Feb. 28, 1795; d. Philadelphia, Mar. 23, 1882], 1.398.

Liberator, prospectus, 1.199, title fixed, 217, inception and material progress, 430, first number, 219, publication office, 220; first pictorial heading, 231, 270, second, 2.208; effect on free colored people, 1.234, 255; welcomed in England, 327, characterized by G., 335, 458, proscribed in Georgetown, D. C., and Columbia, S. C., 240; prompts a message by Governor Hamilton of S. C., and appeal by Savannah authorities to Boston, 241; reward offered by Georgia for editor or publisher, 247; office a rendezvous, 273; enlargement, Ladies' Department, 304; charge of libel from Judge Thacher, 309; straits in 1832, 311-313; in 1833, 428-434; in 1834, 468; in 1835, 2.66, 84; in 1836, 121-124; in 1837, 160; proposal to merge with World, and Emancipator, 1.415; circulation in 1834, 432; change of office, 433; ‘Refuge of Oppression,’ 453; Unitarian censorship proposed, 462, 463; office in danger of mob, 386, 491; crippled by Boston mob, 2.39; rumored removal, 53; proposed change of heading, 54; advice to voters, 81; effect of G.'s Sabbath views on circulation, 113; Mass. A. S. S. assumes risk of publishing, 122, 157; tribute of A. Walker, 122; competition of the Emancipator, 123; enlargement, 123; attacked by Clerical Appeal, 137, 141, accused of being an organ, 156; broadening of scope proposed, 600, 161, 174; connection with Mass. A. S. S. ended, 199; prospectus for 1838, 199, 207; non-resistance department, 238, disadvantageous, 240; vitalizing effect on abolitionists, 240; political interest, 241; Knapp retained as printer, 256; 0. Johnson gen. agent, 257; prospectus for 1839, 257; attacked by Third Party abolitionists, 259, 268, 272, defended by W. Phillips, 263, 330, by A. S. societies, 268; special meetings for support, 277-279, 330, 331; prosperity, 331, 432; Chardon St. Convention costs it subscribers, 424, 427; charged with infidelity, 432.

Liberia, colonization of, 1.95; evangelization, 291, 292.

Liberty Bell, founded by Mrs. Chapman, 2.49, 432, contributions from G., 208, 432.

Liberty Party and its successors, 2.434, 435, 437, 438. See Anti-slavery political party.

Lieber, Francis [1800-1872], 2.81.

Lilley & Waite, 1.73.

Lincoln, Abraham [1809-1865], 2.310, emancipation proclamation, 1.397; indebtedness to J. Q. Adams, 2.75.

Lincoln, Levi [1782-1868], censured by G. on account of Mass. Claim, 1.62; reelection urged by G., 85; declines to receive Lib., 325.

Lloyd, Frances Maria (Fanny) [b. Deer Island, N. B., 1776; d. Baltimore, Md., Sept. 3, 1823], ancestry, 1.14, personal appearance, 14, 34, happy youth, 39; religious experience, 14, 15; captivates Abijah Garrison, 13, marriage, 15, children, 16, 20, 24, removal to Newburyport, Mass., 20; expels a drinking party, 26; becomes a monthly nurse, 26; church attendance and singing, 27; visit to Nova Scotia, removal to Lynn, 27, to Baltimore with the Newhalls, 31; a nurse again, 32, 38; establishes a women's prayer-meeting, 32; moral counsel to Lloyd, 33, 37, 38, 49, 51, supplies him with clothes, 40, comments on his authorship, 44, 51, sends for him, 48, reunion, 52; kindness from a colored woman, 38; illness, 37-39, 44, 48, 53; death, 53.—Letters to husband's parents, 1.19. M. Farnham, 1.32, son Lloyd, 1.33, 37, 38, 44, 48, 51, son James,

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