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3 ‘Anne Weston says: “It was Garrison's vain attempt to show how well he could drive. It may be well enough to talk about ‘every man his own priest,’ but ‘every man his own driver’ is another thing” ’ (Ms. Aug. 24, 1843, W. Phillips to E. Pease).
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7 See the whole series of articles, discussing anew the embezzlement of the Emancipator, in which Quincy had the help of D. L. Child, and compelled notice at the hands of Leavitt, Torrey, Elizur Wright, and Lewis Tappan (Lib. 13: 165, 169, 170, 171, 174, 179, 185, 201). The Whig papers eagerly copied the attacks on their Liberty Party opponents, who all in turn had a hearing in the Liberator, though Quincy's arraignments were carefully excluded from the Emancipator (Ms. Nov. 27, 1843, Quincy to R. D. Webb).
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