My trust is in God, my aim to walk in the footsteps of his Son, my rejoicing to be crucified to the world, and the world to me. So much for the charge of infidelity.
Here we must take leave of the subject of poisoning
Ms. Nov. 9, Dec. , 1840, E. Pease to Collins. the English mind against Mr. Garrison—an operation in which Birney and Stanton,
Mr. Birney returned in the Great Western, a few days since.
I see that he and Stanton have taken a pretty extensive tour through England, Scotland and Ireland; and I am glad that they have been so well received as American abolitionists (Ms.
Dec. 1, 1840, W. L. G. to E. Pease). after his departure, had been active, with the zealous cooperation of Captain
Ms. Nov. —, 6, Collins to Stuart; Nov. 7, Stuart to Collins. Stuart, who renewed his warfare on the old organization in the persons of Collins and Remond.
Stuart, brought to book by John Murray, specified these grounds of his present hostility to his old friend Garrison: He is an
yn, 341, at Canterbury, 390; thanked by Nat. A. S. Convention, 413, gifts from Scotland, 434; marries C. Philleo, 321; describes Benson family, 424, names their home,views on India's aid to abolition, 391; at a juvenile concert, 394; journey to Scotland, 395; at teetotal festival, 395-397, at public breakfast, 397; excursion to hi(1833), 334; in England (1833), 354, 369-376, 388, (1840), 2.388, 391, 396, in Scotland, 395, 399; at N. E. A. S. S. (1834), 1.445; at Free Church meeting, 481; to co.
and Foreign A. S. S., 383, 388; at E. Reid's 387; general favorite, 388; to Scotland with G., 395, at Rechabite festival, 396, at public breakfast, 397; farewell t temperance speech, 388, 396, testimonies, 402; at a juvenile concert, 394; to Scotland with G., 388, 395, at Rechabite festival, 396, at public breakfast, 397, in Gle, 62; portrait painted, 68; cause of expulsion, 93; A. S. tour in England and Scotland, 82, 83; debate with R. J. Breckinridge, 1.449, 2.83; remembered by Mass.