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1 Ante, p. 289.
2 Ante, 3.298.
3 Sarah Pugh noted in her diary for Dec. 6, 1853: ‘Spent at the [A. S.] fair [in Philadelphia]. Garrison's speech in the evening pleased every one. An orthodox Friend who came from curiosity to see and hear “the monster,” was perfectly fascinated. “Never heard a more impressive and solemn speech;” begged to be introduced to him, to express his great satisfaction with what he had heard’ ( “Memorial of Sarah Pugh,” p. 89).
4 In his prime, my father may have measured five feet nine to ten. His limbs were straight and shapely, his trunk perhaps slightly longer than his legs, so that he seemed in sitting a taller man than he was. His head was set well forward on his shoulders, which grew rounded with bending over the printer's form, and with age; but he was never bowed.
5 Ante, 3.19.
6 Ante, 1.55, 56.
7 Ante, 1: XV.
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