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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)
ania, and Vroom, of New Jersey, who deprecate agitation but deny that it can be legally repressed. and those of the other governors which accompany this. They form one complete picture. Amos A. Phelps to W. L. Garrison, at Brooklyn. Farmington, Conn., December 10, 1835. Ms. I regretted exceedingly that I did not find you in Boston the other day, on several accounts. . . . And first, in reference to Dr. Channing's book. You have doubtless seen it before this, and very likely have being first chatted a little with brother Henry and friend Knapp, then read the last Liberator, I have Dec. 26, 1835. now seized my pen to write to one who is dearer to me than any other earthly object. . . . Brother Phelps has been mobbed in Farmington. A large Conn. brickbat was thrown through the window, almost with the velocity of a cannon-ball, and narrowly missed his head. Had it struck him, undoubtedly he would have been killed on the spot. He went on with his lecture, however, and
86; disseminated by G. in England, 409. Perfectionist (New Haven), edited by J. H. Noyes, 2.114, 145, read by G., 144, 145. Perkins, Jonas, Rev., signer of Clerical Appeal, 2.136, disturbed by H. C. Wright, 224. Perley, Israel, pioneer to the St. John, 1.1, 2; clerk of patriot meeting, 6-8. Pettibone, Philo C., Rev., reveals clerical plot, 2.262. Phelps, Abner, Dr. [b. Belchertown, Mass., Sept. 5, 1779; d. Boston, Feb. 24, 1873], 1.278. Phelps, Amos Augustus, Rev. [b. Farmington, Conn., Nov. 11, 1804; d. Roxbury, Mass., July 30, 1847, buried in Mt. Auburn], Pastor of Pine St. Church, 1.417; orthodox, 2.138; drops Colonization Society, 1.299; Lectures on Slavery, 236, 417, 418, 464; delegate to Nat. A. S. Convention, 395, 398; interview with J. Breckinridge, 448; literary style, 461; opposes Am. Union for the Relief, etc., 469; accompanies Thompson, 2.2, 3; tribute from G., 54, 60; censures Channing's Essay, 62; mobbed, 67; news about Arkansas, 106; defends G.'s cours