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rrison, or to suppress my honest convictions in regard to the Fremont movement, its candidates and platform, I shall resign the editorial chair.
Ms. June 20, 1864.
The Republican National Convention met in Baltimore on the 7th of June, and unanimously nominated Mr. Lincoln for a second term.
Among those who witnessed its proceedings, from the gallery, was Mr. Garrison.
He was revisiting Baltimore for the first time since 1830, having just come from the Progressive Friends' Meeting at Longwood, with Theodore Tilton, editor of the New York Independent.
Of the Convention Mr. Garrison wrote, on his return:
It was well worth going from one end of the country to the
Lib. 34.102. other to witness its proceedings; yet it came in my way incidentally, and I was glad to have the opportunity to be a looker — on in Venice.
As a delegated body representing all the loyal States and Territories in the Union, it presented an imposing appearance, and indicated, both in the choice of its