June 4, 1858 At the New England Anti-Slavery Convention, both Garrison and Phillips speak in tribute to Loring.  Loring died of an illness “so short that most persons did not…

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1858 Loring, Ellis Gray

August 6, 1852 The above is the title of the second edition of a book appearing in Boston.  It gives the reputed wealth of about 2000 men, with an aggregate…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1852 Loring, Ellis Gray Phillips, Wendell Quincy, Edmund

March 30, 1849 Under the title Shall He Be Hung?, here is an article about Washington Goode, a “colored man, a sailor,  … under sentence of death”….noted is a petition…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1849 Andrew, John Bowditch, H.I. Capital Punishment Clarke, James Freeman Loring, Ellis Gray May, Samuel

* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1845 Employment Opportunity Office Loring, Ellis Gray