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5 Ms. June 12.
7 Ibid., p. 460.
8 Ante, p. 424.
10 John Brown wrote to his wife from the jail in Charlestown, Va., Nov. 26, 1859: ‘I once set myself to oppose a mob at Boston where she [Lucretia Mott] was. After I interfered, the police immediately took up the matter, and soon put a stop to mob proceedings. The meeting was, I think, in Marlboroa Street Church, or Hotel, perhaps’ (Sanborn's Life of Brown, p. 605). Does this point to the dedication of the Marlboroa Chapel on May 24, 1838 (ante, 2: 218, 219)?
12 Ibid., p. 628.
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