e Society, 229; reports Stanton's behavior to G., 2.273, and Trask-Goodell peace incident, 277; testimonial to Lib., 279; pecuniary support of G., 240; reply to H. Clay, 282; edits Non-Resistant, 326; at Non-Resistance meeting, 327; founds Liberty Bell, 49, 432; made member Exec.
Com. Am. A. S. S., 349, and delegate to World's Convention, 353; guarantees support of Standard, 359, 360; greetings to E. Pease, 406, 412; reports A. Kelley's speech, 419; calls Chardon Street Convention, 422, and dis S. societies, 268; special meetings for support, 277-279, 330, 331; prosperity, 331, 432; Chardon St. Convention costs it subscribers, 424, 427; charged with infidelity, 432.
Liberia, colonization of, 1.95; evangelization, 291, 292.
Liberty Bell, founded by Mrs. Chapman, 2.49, 432, contributions from G., 208, 432.
Liberty Party and its successors, 2.434, 435, 437, 438.
See Anti-slavery political party.
Lieber, Francis [1800-1872], 2.81.
Lilley & Waite, 1.73.
81, 290, 306, 308, 316
Lee to the Rear, 308
Legend of Monte del Diablo, 378
Legend of Sleepy Hollow, 401
Legends and lyrics, 311
Legends of New England, in prose and verse, 45
Lehigh University, 393
Leicester, Earl of, 140
Leigh, Frances Butler, 314
Leland, Charles Godfrey, 167
Leslie, Eliza, 398, 399
Letter to B——（Poe), 63
Letters of Major Jack Downing, 151
Lewis, Mrs., 66
See Dodgson, C. L.
Liberty Bell, by friends of freedom, the, 174
Library of American biography, the, 117
Library of Southern literature, the, 304
Life and correspondence of Joseph Reed, 118
Life and Adventures of Dr. Didimus Duckworth, A. N. Q. to which is added the History of a Steam Doctor, The, 152
Life and Adventures, Songs, services and speeches of private Miles O'Reilly, 155
Life and Sayings of Mrs. Partington, 155
Life and Writings of George Washington, The, 117
Life in the Iron Mills, 372, 392 <
ublication, in the Liberator; but the simple facts of the final transfer were stated by the financial
Lib. 12.3. committee on renewing their trust for the twelfth volume.
Amid all the vexatious cares of this year 1841, Mr. Garrison's health and spirits were at their height.
With his verse the Liberator volume had opened, and with his verse it closed; the last half being freely sprinkled with sonnets, lyrics, and other forms from the editor's active muse.
To the new volume of the Liberty Bell he contributed The Song of the Abolitionist, which, to the tune of Auld Lang Syne, was sung at countless gatherings in
Lib. 12.205, etc. hall and grove for twenty years. A verse or two shall close the present chapter: I am an Abolitionist!
Lib. 11.212; Writings of W. L. G., p. 134. I glory in the name; Though now by Slavery's minions hissed, And covered o'er with shame: It is a spell of light and power— The watchword of the free:— Who spurns it in the trial-hour, A craven soul is he! I a
Tourgueneff rightly held that emancipation in Russia would come about not from below but from above—that is, from the Czar; and happily he lived to see the great consummation. to Mrs. M. W. Chapman.
Paris, September 29, 1855.
Liberty Bell for 1856, p. 100; Lib. 26.60.
Madame: Seeing you on the point of departing for America, I cannot forbear entreating you to be the bearer of my tribute of respect and admiration to one of your compatriots.
Need I add that I have in view our hol you left us; that nothing which has occurred, affecting either the integrity or success of our glorious cause, has escaped your observation; that you have not only improved, but created, opportunities to aid us, on British and
Lib. 28.4; Liberty Bell for 1858, p. 243. on French soil, by speech, testimony, personal influence, the press, the preparation of circulars and tracts, a generous pecuniary cooperation, multitudinous letters, and well-directed blows, struck at the right time and with irr
er, Rev., Stephen, 5, 6.
Bacon, Francis, 38, 179; quoted, 150.
Baltimore, Md., 48, 79.
Bancroft, George, 100, 181.
Banks, Gen. N. P., 47.
Barclay of Ury, 56.
Barefoot boy, the, quoted, 14-16.
Barnard, F. A. P., 35.
Barton, Bernard, 25; the Letters and poems of, quoted, 174.
Batchelder, Charles E., 6 n.
Batchelder family, 19, 156.
Bates, Charlotte Fiske (Madame Roger), Whittier's letter to, 128-130.
Beacon Street, Boston, 3.
Bearcamp River, 143.
Bell, Mr., 181.
Bellingham, Dep. Gov., treatment of Quakers, 84.
Benezet, Anthony, 49, 51.
Bennington, Vt., 25, 73.
Blaine, James G., 181.
Border Ruffians, 78.
Boston, Mass., 1, 3, 19, 25, 26, 32, 34, 46, 50, 51, 57, 60, 62, 74-78, 81, 85, 88, 91, 108-111, 127, 135, 157, 176, 178; libraries, 34; newspapers, 61; first Quakers in, 84.
Boston Transcript, quoted, 90; mentioned, 98, 164.
Boutwell, G. S., 97.
Bowditch, Dr. Henry I., 78.
Bowen, H. C., 143.