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Author's note

The facts relating to the life of Garrison and the anti-slavery struggle recited in this volume were gathered from the monumental work, “William Lloyd Garrison, The Story of His Life Told by His Children” (Four Volumes, Octavo, Houghton, Miffin and Company, Boston, Mass.), a fascinating book which should be found upon the shelves of every public library in America. [5] [6]

From lips that Sinai's trumpet blew
We heard a tender under-song;
Thy very wrath from pity grew,
From love of man thy hate of wrong.

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