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rticular views. For this service the man selected was William Lloyd Garrison, who was then but twenty-eight years old. Remarkable it was g to enter upon such an undertaking was almost as remarkable. But Garrison showed no hesitation in accepting the task for which he was selected. On his arrival in England, Garrison sent a challenge to the colonization agent for a public debate. This the Colonizationist refused to more challenges were sent and were treated in the same way. Then Garrison, at a cost of thirty dollars, which he could ill afford to pay, pu so far treated. Of course, public interest was aroused, and when Garrison appeared upon the public platform, as he at once proceeded to do, a hurry, and was nevermore heard of in that part of the world. Garrison's personal triumph was very striking, and it was splendidly earned a number of distinguished persons who were to be present. When Mr. Garrison presented himself, his entertainer, who had not before met or se