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ng, 2.205, founded by G. Ripley, 421. Brooks, Charles Timothy, Rev. [1813-1883], 1.463. Brooks, Nathan, 2.287. Brooks, Peter Chardon [1767-1849], 1; 488. Brougham, Henry [1779-1868], on slavery, 1.211; on G. Thompson's A. S. services, 435, and oratory, 436; urges him to the law, 436. Brown, David Paul [b. 1795; d.——], d, Lord [1781-1835], English abolitionists, 1.351; signs protest against Colon. Soc., 361. Sullivan, Catherine M., 2.47. Sumner, Charles [1811-1874], reports Brougham's speech on Thompson, 1.436, subscribes for Lib., 2.35, letter to Lieber, 81.—Portrait in Life. Son of Sumner, Charles Pinckney [d. 1839, aged 63], 2.29. vited to U. S. by G., 436; arrives, 434, 446, 450; turned out of hotel, 451; threatened with mobbing, 446, 451; G.'s welcome, 434; oratory praised by G., 435, by Brougham, 436; mission justified against censure, 439, as purely moral, 443, 444, 463, compared with Lafayette's, 435, 503; first speech, 451; New England tour and mobs, <