so that he was unable to leave his room for many days.
No doubt was entertained that this brutal attack was by one of the company who were on the search for Judge Chinn
It was afterward rumored that the fugitive had arrived safely in Canada
I never heard that he returned to the happy condition of slavery; though his master predicted that he would do so, and said he never would have been so foolish as to leave it, if it had not been for the false representations of abolitionists.
In 1836, the hatred which Southerners bore to Friend Hopper
's name was manifested in a cruel and altogether unprovoked outrage on his son, which caused the young man a great deal of suffering, and well nigh cost him his life.
, now a lawyer in the city of New-York
, had occasion to go to the South
He remained in Charleston
about two months, during which time he was treated with courtesy in his business relations, and received many kind attentions in the intercourse of social life.
One little incident that occurred during his visit illustrates the tenacious attachment of Friends to their own mode of worship.
When he left home, his father had exhorted him to attend Friends' meeting while he was in Charleston
He told him that a meeting had been established there many years ago, but he supposed there were not