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1 Another witness, the Rev. James C. White, of Cincinnati, under date of Nov. 4, 1879, writes: ‘I was often at the office of the Liberator. . . . I knew of his [Mr. Garrison's] self-denials. I knew he slept in the office with a table for a bed, a book for a pillow, and a self-prepared scanty meal for his rations in the office, while he set up his articles in the Liberator with his own hand, and without previous committal to paper.’
5 N. Y. Tribune, May 26, 1879.
6 Cf. ante, p. 30.
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