W. L. Garrison to G. W. Benson, at Northampton, Mass.
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2 A former clerk in the Anti-Slavery Office.
4 Joel Prentiss Bishop had likewise been a clerk in the Anti-Slavery Office, and took advantage of Collins's absence to attack the office accounts (Lib. 11.2, 23), and to play into the hands of New Organization. He presently left the Old (Lib. 11.99). He was associated with Torrey in his Vigilance Committee (ante, p. 37). He was admitted to the bar while a student in Stanton's office (Stanton's “Random Recollections,” 2d ed., p. 65), and became the author of many well-known legal treatises.
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