October 11, 1850 “We solemnly appeal to Christians of every name, to all sober and humane men, unwrenched by party feelings, to all that love man, to behold and ponder…

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January 7, 1853 As he begins the twenty-third volume of the paper, Garrison includes here one letter from a person who cancels his subscription, and two new subscriptions.  One of…

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June 2, 1854 The Washington Sentinel, referring to an offer which has been extended for Henry Ward Beecher to settle in that city: “We know not what pay his Northern…

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November 17, 1854 Here is an item which indicates that Beecher has recently, in a lecture, avowed himself “a convert to the doctrine in women’s voting !!!”  He indicated ”…

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February 9, 1855 Excerpts from Henry Ward Beecher’s lecture at Broadway Tabernacle (N.Y.) “The struggle between the North and the South is not one of sections, and of parties, but…

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May 12, 1865 This is a talk delivered by Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, at Plymouth Church, Brooklyn. He comments on a “first-work” to be done for freed people now that…

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