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1 See, for details, the “Benson family of Newport, R. I.,” pp. 31-47; Memoir of S. J. May, “ pp. 113-115, and his ” Brief Account of his Ministry, “ p. 47; ” Helen Eliza Garrison: In Memoriam, “ pp. 7-15; Larned's History of Windham County,” 2.473, 475, 484.
3 According to a letter dated April 10, 1835, from Thomas Fowell Buxton to Prof. Elizur Wright, the former had then in his possession ‘the original document by which your first anti-slavery society was formed, and signed by Benjamin Franklin’ (Lib. 5.87).
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