hn Sebastian, pilot, lost left arm; David Hiner, pilot, slightly; R. H. Smith, pilot, slightly; J. W. Holly, coal-heaver, lost right arm; J. J. Milford, seaman, severely; R. Williamson, seaman, severely; James Hughes, seaman, slightly; James Morris, seaman, slightly; Richard Carter, seaman, slightly; Fred. Cooper, seaman, slightly; Stephen Tracy, seaman, slightly.
Killed belonging to detachment of Fourth Wisconsin regiment, detailed as sharp-shooters, on the United States gunboat Tyler--Capt. Lynn, company I, commanding detachment; F. Barton, company E; H. Randall, company B; L. Goodridge, company K; A. Palmer, company G; C. Shafer, company D.
Wounded — C. Van Ormand, company F, seriously; Peter Tuey, company F, seriously; W. Kent, company G, slightly; Anson Ayres, company E, slightly; J. Doyle, company K, slightly.
Total killed, eight; total wounded, sixteen.
For the last half-hour of the engagement the after part of the ship was full of steam, from the port escape-pipe havi
40, before a large and
Lib. 10.46, 47. enthusiastic assembly gathered in quarterly meeting of the Essex County Anti-Slavery Society, Mr. Garrison shaped kindred resolutions more pointedly, affirming that the indifference or open hostility to anti-slavery principles and measures of most of the so-called religious sects, and a great majority of the clergy of the country, constitutes the main Obstruction to the progress of our cause.
And for the special reproof of the Quaker community of which Lynn was the seat, he
Life of J. and L. Mott, p. 141. offered, with the necessary exceptions in favor of individuals, the following:
Resolved, That the Society of friends,—by shutting its
Lib. 10.46. meeting-houses against the advocates of the slave, and by its unchristian attempts to restrain the freedom of such of its members as are abolitionists—has forfeited all claims to be regarded as an anti-slavery society, and practically identified itself with the corrupt pro-slavery sects of the l
has G. indicted, 391; letters from S. J. May, 417; defeated at polls, 422; tries Amistad captives, 2.326.
Julien Hall, leased by Society of Free Inquirers, 1.212; opened to G., 212, 226, 482; Free Church meeting at, 481; shut to Free Church, 2.124.
Junius, favorite author of G., 1.188.
Kaufman, —, Mr., libel on G. Thompson, 2.4, 90.
Keep, John, Rev. [b. Longmeadow, Mass., Apr. 20, 1781; d. Oberlin, O., Feb. 21, 1870], 2.377.
Kelley, Abby [b. Pelham, Mass., Jan. 15, 1811], secretary Lynn A. S. Society, 2.174; speech at Penn.
Hall, 216; put on committee at N. E. Convention, 220, at Peace Convention, 227, 228, at annual meeting Am. A. S. S. (1839), 297, (1840), 348, 355; delegate to World's Convention, 353; at Springfield Convention, 419; addresses Boston Fem. A. S. S., 420; calls Chardon St. Convention, 422; at R. I. A. S. S. anniversary, 429.— Letters to G., 2.159, 174.—See A. K. Foster.
Kendall, Amos [1789-1869], approves purging the mails of A. S. documents, 1.488,<