December 1, 1865 The edition, in the last week of the year, brings an article by Edmund Quincy, written in tribute to Garrison.  “We apprehend that there I no living…

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1865 Garrison public personality Quincy, Edmund

August 24. 1855 Higginson writes to Garrison, commenting on a report by Edmund Quincy, which indicates that the rescue was “ill-advised and injudicious”.  His response includes: “If it is ever…

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1855 Burns, Anthony Higginson, Theodore Wentworth Quincy, Edmund

October 29, 1852 Edmund Quincy, writing as editor, in the absence of Garrison, comments on Webster. He has “no praise from Mr. Webster”, but “has no disposition to employ bitter…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1852 Quincy, Edmund Webster, Daniel

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

September 27, 1850 An Address  to The People of Massachusetts, by the Board of Managers of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society occupies the most of a full page, signed by Francis…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1850 Fugitive Slave Laws Quincy, Edmund

June 29, 1849 Under the title, Slavery and the Union,  there is reference to the Richmond Whig, which in parallel columns, has included an extract from the Columbia (S.C.) Telescope, …

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1849 Disunion Quincy, Edmund

November 27, 1846 Aknowledgement by Garrison of thanks to Edmund Quincy for his editorship while Garrison is away. Reception for Garrison and James Buffum, at Belknap Street Church, upon their…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1846 Colored support for Garrison Quincy, Edmund

July 24, 1846 An article about Garrison’s trip, tells of the numerous people who were at the wharf to bid him well.  It also calls attention to the fact that,…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1846 British Abolition Chapman, Maria Weston Hilton, John T. Phillips, Wendell Pitts, Coffin Quincy, Edmund

January 6, 1843 In the first issue of the year there is an article of three columns, signed only by the initials E. Q., (probably Edmund Quincy) strongly deprecating the…

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* ALL ARTICLES CHRONOLOGICALLY 1843 Liberty Party Quincy, Edmund