He might have removed the Observer to Quincy or to Springfield, but there was no assurance iny of Wendell Phillips, and with him drew Edmund Quincy into the forefront of the ranks of the desa committee consisting of Francis Jackson, Edmund Quincy, and Ellis Gray Loring, to speak at the LoAlton side by side with Otis and Hancock, with Quincy and Adams, I thought those pictured lips [poinless to decide—whether Wendell Phillips or Edmund Quincy showed the greater self-abnegation, the grt in his lot with the Garrisonian fanatics.
Mr. Quincy was a son of Josiah Quincy, President of Harowing letters speak for themselves:
Edmund Quincy to Henry G. Chapman. Boston, November 23, very faithfully, your friend and servant, Edmund Quincy.
Edmund Quincy to Henry G. ChapmanEdmund Quincy to Henry G. Chapman. Boston, November 27, 1837.
My dear Sir: I received your kind letter on Saturday wi respect and friendship, very truly yours, Edmund Quincy.
On the national stage the anti-slaver
y for Standard, 359; at Chardon St. Convention, 424.—Letters from E. Quincy, 2.194, 195.
Chapman, Maria Weston [b. Weymouth, Mass., July 21.— Letters to G., 2.414; from H. Gairdner, 2.385, G., 2.48, 427, E. Quincy, 2.420, 421, 426, 432, E. Pease, 2.430, J. Murray, 2.431.
Coloitionists, 2.76, 95; reflection opposed by Lib, 81; receives back E. Quincy's commission as justice of peace, 328.
Exeter Hall, anti-colonjudgment of Lovejoy, 190, eviews Channing's, 193; friendship with E. Quincy begun, 194; visits J. Q. Adams, 2.196 (1837）——Exposition of peaceng, 2.330; E. Pease, 2.388; A. A. Phelps, 2.62; R. Purvis, 1.283; E. Quincy, 1.436, 2.223, 234; A. Sanger, 2.289; S. E. Sewall, 2.42; G. Shep8, 40; censured by H. C. Wright, 30, 51, by S. J. Thomas, 187, by E. Quincy, 274.— Portrait in Memorial Hist.
Of Boston, vol. 3.
Lyman, T 153, 300, 409, G. Thompson, 2.58, S. M. Grimke, 2.134, 160, 161, E. Quincy, 2.254, 426, 427, S. J. May, 2.294.—Portrait in Autobiog'y