Repose at length, firm Friend of human kind.A few days after their last meeting at Playford Hall, Mr. Garrison, with Douglass for his companion, betook4 himself to Bristol and Exeter. At the former place he was the guest of John Bishop Estlin, an eminent5 surgeon and oculist.
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2 To disunion Clarkson gave ready assent as soon as it was presented to him by Henry C. Wright (Ms. April 23, 1845, Clarkson to Wright). The noble old man wrote to this American friend on Oct. 24, 1845, when he had been for nearly a year confined to his bedroom—‘Never mind wearying me—consider what a glorious cause we have’ (Ms.). See the resolution offered by Edmund Quincy in Faneuil Hall on Mr. Garrison's return, touching these coincidences of Clarkson and Wilberforce (Lib. 16: 202).
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