eason to iniquity, which he was prosecuting through the columns of the Liberator with unrivaled zeal and devotion.
These disciples were Ellis Grey Loring and David Lee Child.
They were a goodly company, were these five conspirators, men of intellect and conscience, of high family and social connections, of brilliant attainments aat.
The mountain could not go to Mahomet, therefore Mahomet must needs go to the mountain.
Garrison could not abandon his position, wherefore in due time Loring, Child, and Sewall surrendered theirs.
Finely has Lowell expressed this righteous stubborness, and steadfastness to principle in three stanzas of his poem entitled, Theiple of immediatism incorporated in it. Eleven stood by the leader and made it the chief of the corner of the new society, while three, Messrs. Loring, Sewall, and Child, refused to sign the Constitution and parted sorrowfully from the small band of the New England Anti-Slavery Society.
But the separation was only temporary, for e