* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1843 Garrison health

* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1844 Garrison health

September 24, 1847 Notice that Garrison had been detained in Cleveland because of illness, but indicates that his convalescence proceeds, and that he will begin homeward journeys in another week. …

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1847 Garrison health

October 15, 1847 Here is a note that Garrison has been very ill, but is now considered “out of danger”; his homeward journey will be postponed until next month.

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1848 Garrison health Liberator

November 10, 1848 Garrison announces his return to the editorship, praises the “ability, industry, and fidelity of Quincy, and then says that the water cure treatment has improved his health…

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February 28, 1851 Notice is given of the temporary suspension of Garrisons’ regular duties as editor, due to health.  His case should not “excite serious alarm”, and the notice is…

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January 11, 1861 “The Editor has been too ill to be able to give any attention to the Liberator this week.”

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February 1, 1861 Garrison’s letter indicates that he has been ill eighteen days, and that today’s meeting of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society will be the first of its annual meetings…

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