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VII: the free church On the eve of Mr. Higginson's departure from Newburyport, this resolution was adopted at a Free Soil caucus in that town:— Resolved, That in the departure of one from this community whose purity of life, earnestness
In fact I find the merits of the masculine side of human nature rather coming uppermost here, quite unlike Newburyport. . .
People look busier and happier here . . . there is much more air of country too, the main street is filled all our fire wood from the carts. . . . The Hall [Horticultural] is nearly or quite as large as the Universalist Church in Newburyport and is always well filled in the morning and crowded in the evening; everything prospers in the Free Church and I lik se.
There they sailed among acres of white lilies and hung wreaths of them on bow and mast.
The boat he had owned at Newburyport went with him to Worcester, and he wrote to his mother: This afternoon, under those wonderful clouds, I have been floa