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Francis Jackson Garrison, William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879; the story of his life told by his children: volume 2, Chapter 1: the Boston mob (second stage).—1835. (search)
into my hands on Friday evening, and great was my Dec. 11, surprise, as well as pleasure, to receive a copy of the Liberator. Dec. 12, 1835. In my article on Mr. Cheever's sentence, you perceive I broached my ultra doctrines respecting reliance upon the civil arm and appeals to the law. Tracy will probably nibble at it, Ed. Boshe cry of French Jacobinism! but so be it. I am more and more convinced that the doctrine is inseparably connected with perfect Christian obedience. The Rev. George B. Cheever, of Salem, Mass., had been convicted in June of libel for a temperance allegory entitled Deacon Giles's Distillery, for which he had previously been assrtnight (Lib. 6.3). It was reviewed in turn by Mr. Garrison in Lib. 6.11. said to be from the pen of James T. Austin, the famous Attorney-General in the case of Mr. Cheever. Of course I have Ante, pp. 63, 64. not had time to read it. The anti-slavery debate in Congress Over the reception of petitions for the abolition of Sl
99, report, 406. Aurora (Norwich), 2.99. Austin, James Trecothic [1784-1870], on the higher law, 1.478; invited to Faneuil Hall meeting, 487; prosecution of Cheever, 1.478, 2.64, 68; reviews Channing's Essay, 68; condemns Lovejoy, 185, 188, 189. Bacon, Benjamin C., a founder of N. E. A. S. S., 1.280.—Letter from A. Buffum, A. S. documents, 1.485, 488, espionage of mails, 488; meeting to incite abolition mobs, 492. Chartists, interfere with A. S. meetings, 2.399, 400. Cheever, George B., Rev. [b. 1807], abolitionist, 1.454; trial for libel, 478, 2.63. Cherokees, dispossessed of their lands in Georgia, 1.156, defended by Senator Frelinghuyseon Thanksgivings, 51, on Peace, 52, on use of free produce, 53, on non-resistance, 64; censures Channing's Essay, 54, 57, 61, 65, 66, 84, 86, 89; vindicates Rev. G. B. Cheever, 63, and Channing against Austin, 68; portrait painted by Torrey, 69; attends A. S. fair, 68; interviews with H. Martineau, 69-71, 98; 30th birthday sonnet,