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The Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, Volume I: I Will be Heard!

1822–1835

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$147.00 • £117.95 • €132.50

ISBN 9780674526600

Publication Date: 01/01/1971

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658 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

13 halftones

Belknap Press

The Letters of William Lloyd Garrison

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  • List of Illustrations
  • Editorial Statement
  • Chronology of Garrison’s Life
  • I. Ancestry and Early Years
    • To the Editor of the Newburyport Herald, May 21, 1822
    • To the Editor of the Newburyport Herald, May 24, 1822
    • To the Editor of the Newburyport Herald, August 6, 1822
    • To Frances Maria Lloyd Garrison, May 26, 1823
    • To Ephraim W. Allen, July 7, 1823
    • To the Editor of the Salem Gazette, June 11, 1824
    • To the Editor of the Salem Gazette, June 29, 1824
    • To Andrew Jackson, July 27, 1824
    • To the Editor of the Salem Gazette, August 6, 1824
    • To Tobias H. Miller, October 14, 1825
    • To the Editor of Haverhill Gazette & Essex Patriot, November 1, 1826
    • To the Editor of the Boston Courier, December 13, 1826
    • To the Editor of the Boston Courier, February 8, 1827
    • To the Editor of the Newburyport Herald, April 21, 1827
    • To the Editor of the Newburyport Herald, May 7, 1827
    • To the Editor of the Newburyport Herald, June 9, 1827
    • To the Editor of the Boston Courier, July 12, 1827
    • To the Editor of the Boston Courier, July 14, 1827
    • To the Editor of the Boston Courier, July 23, 1827
    • To the Editor of the Newburyport Herald, July 26, 1827
    • To the Editor of the Newbuiyport Herald, June 3, 1828
    • To the Editor of the Yankee and Boston Literary Gazette, July 30, 1828
    • To the Editor of the Boston Courier, August 11, 1828
    • To the Editor of the Boston Courier, August 12, 1828
    • To the Editor of the Yankee and Boston Literary Gazette, August 15, 1828
    • To the Editor of the Boston Courier, December 13, 1828
    • To the Editor of the Boston Courier, December 16, 1828
  • II. Genius and Liberator: 1829–1832
    • To Stephen Foster, March 30, 1829
    • To Jacob Horton, June 27, 1829
    • To the Editor of the Boston Courier, July 9, 1829
    • To Ephraim W. Allen, January 29, 1830
    • To the Editors of the Liverpool Times, February 16, 1830
    • To Harriet Farnham Horton, May 12, 1830
    • To Francis Todd, May 13, 1830
    • To Nicholas Brice, May 13, 1830
    • To Richard W. Gill, May 13, 1830
    • To Henry Thompson, May 13, 1830
    • To the Editor of the Boston Courier, May 13, 1830
    • To the Editor of the Newburyport Herald, June 1, 1830
    • To Ebenezer Dole, July 14, 1830
    • To George Shepard, September 13, 1830
    • To the Editor of the Newburyport Herald, September 30, 1830
    • To the Editor of the Boston Evening Transcript, November 6, 1830
    • To Samuel J. May, February 14, 1831
    • To Alonzo Lewis, March 12, 1831
    • To Ephraim W. Allen, April 29, 1831
    • To Simeon S. Jocelyn, May 30, 1831
    • To The Liberator, June 10, 1831
    • To Ebenezer Dole, July 11, 1831
    • To Henry E. Benson, July 30, 1831
    • To Messrs. J. Telemachus Hilton, Robert Wood, and J. H. How, Committee, August 13, 1831
    • To Henry E. Benson, August 29, 1831
    • To La Roy Sunderland, September 8, 1831
    • To Joseph Gales and William V. Seaton, September 23, 1831
    • To Henry E. Benson, September 26, 1831
    • To Henry E. Benson, October 19, 1831
    • To Henry F. Benson, November 12, 1831
    • To John Quincy Adams, January 21, 1832
    • To Sarah M. Douglass, March 5, 1832
    • To Alonzo Lewis, March 13, 1832
    • To Samuel J. May, March 27, 1832
    • To Robert Purvis, May 12, 1832
    • To Robert Purvis, May 30, 1832
    • To Henry F. Benson, May 31, 1832
    • To Robert Purvis, June 22, 1832
    • To Ebenezer Dole, June 29, 1832
    • To George W. Benson, July 7, 1832
    • To Henry E. Benson, July 21, 1832
    • To Henry Brougham, August 1, 1832
    • To The Liberator, September 7, 1832
    • To The Liberator, September 13, 1832
    • To The Liberator, September 24, 1832
    • To The Liberator, September 28, 1832
    • To The Liberator, October 2, 1832
    • To The Liberator, October 8, 1832
    • To Samuel J. May, November 30, 1832
    • To Samuel Fessenden, November 30, 1832
    • To Samuel J. May, December 4, 1832
    • To John B. Vashon, December 8, 1832
    • To Robert Purvis, December 10, 1832
    • To George W. Benson, December 10, 1832
  • III. Mission to England: 1833
    • To Benjamin Ferris, February 16, 1833
    • To the Editor of the Essex Register, February 23, 1833
    • To Harriott Plummer, March 4, 1833
    • To George Bourne, March 7, 1833
    • To George W. Benson, March 8, 1833
    • To Henry F. Benson, March 8, 1833
    • To Harriott Plummer, March 18, 1833
    • To Harriet Minot, March 19, 1833
    • To Harriet Minot, March 26, 1833
    • To Harriet Minot, April 3, 1833
    • To Messrs. S. Snowden, P. Hall, G. Putnam, P. Howard, C. Caples, W. Brown, J. B. Pero, J. T. Hilton, G. W. Thompson, J. Silver, L. York, J. Lennox, F. Standing, T. Cole, C. L. Remond, E. F. B. Mundrucu, and H. Thacker, April 4, 1833
    • To Harriet Minot, April 9, 1833
    • To Isaac Knapp, April 11, 1833
    • To Harriet Minot, April 22, 1833
    • To Robert Purvis, April 30, 1833
    • To Simeon S. Jocelyn, May 1, 1833
    • To Harriet Minot, May 1, 1833
    • To the Editor of the Moral Daily Advertiser, May 2, 1833
    • To The Liberator, May 23, 1833
    • To The Liberator, May 24, 1833
    • To an Unknown Recipient, May 27, 1833
    • To Elliott Cresson, June 4, 1833
    • To Joseph Price and Thomas Hodgkin, June 7, 1833
    • To the Board of Managers of the New England Anti-Slavery Society, June 20, 1833
    • To Elliott Cresson, June 27, 1833
    • To Prince Augustus Frederick, The Duke of Sussex, June 28, 1833
    • To the Board of Managers of the New England Anti-Slavery Society, July 1, 1833
    • To Prince Augustus Frederick, The Duke of Sussex, July 13, 1833
    • To the Editor of the London Patriot, July 22, 1833
    • To the Editor of the London Patriot, August 6, 1833
    • To the Editor of the London Christian Advocate, August 10, 1833
    • To Nathaniel Paul, August 17, 1833
    • To the Patrons of The Liberator and the Friends of Abolition, October 11, 1833
    • To Lewis F. Lame, November 1, 1833
    • To George W. Benson, November 2, 1833
    • To John B. Vashon, November 5, 1833
    • To Elliott Cresson, November 16, 1833
    • To George W. Benson, November 25, 1833
  • IV. Courtship and Marriage: 1834–1835
    • To Helen E. Benson, January 18, 1834
    • To William Ellery Channing, January 20, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, February 18, 1834
    • To Samuel J. May, February 18, 1834
    • To Henry E. Benson, February 26, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, March 8, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, March 12, 1834
    • To George W. Benson, March 13, 1834
    • To Charles Fallen, March 18, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, March 19, 1834
    • To John B. Vashon, March 22, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, March 25, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, March 26, 1834
    • To George W. Benson, March 29, 1834
    • To Amos Farnsworth, March 31, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, April 1, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, April 5, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, April 7, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, April 12, 1834
    • To Anna E. Benson, April 14, 1834
    • To an Unknown Recipient, April 15, 1834
    • To Helen B. Benson, April 16, 1834
    • To Edmund B. Dearborn, April 18, 1834
    • To George W. Benson, April 23, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, April 24, 1834
    • To Helen B. Benson, April 25, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, April 27, 1834
    • To Helen B. Benson, May 1, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, May 16, 1834
    • To Robert Purvis, May 20, 1834
    • To Anna E. Benson, May 20, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, May 23, 1834
    • To Helen B. Benson, May 30, 1834
    • To George Benson, May 31, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, June 2, 1834
    • To Helen B. Benson, June 6, 1834
    • To Helen B. Benson, June 14, 1834
    • To George W. Benson, June 16, 1834
    • To the Editor of the Boston Courier, June 19, 1834
    • To Helen B. Benson, June 21, 1834
    • To Helen B. Benson, June 25, 1834
    • To George W. Benson, July 10, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, July 15, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, July 21, 1834
    • To Samuel J. May, July 23, 1834
    • To Samuel J. May, July 28, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, July 28, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, August 4, 1834
    • To Helen B. Benson, August 11, 1834
    • To George W. Benson, August 11, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, August 18, 1834
    • To George W. Benson, August 21, 1834
    • To Helen B. Benson, August 23, 1834
    • To Helen E. Benson, August 29, 1834
    • To Anna B. Benson, September 7, 1834
    • To George W. Benson, September 12, 1834
    • To Samuel J. May, September 15, 1834
    • To Anna B. Benson, October 9, 1834
    • To Amos A. Phelps, October 11, 1834
    • To Anna F. Benson, October (?), 1834
    • To George W. Benson, November 1, 1834
    • To George Benson, January 12, 1835
    • To Gerrit Smith, January 31, 1835
    • To Louisa Loring, January 31, 1835
    • To Gerrit Smith, February 7, 1835
    • To Gerrit Smith, February 28, 1835
    • To Gerrit Smith, March 7, 1835
    • To Helen B. Garrison, March 13, 1835
    • To Helen K Garrison, March 16, 1835
    • To Helen B. Garrison, March 19, 1835
    • To Henry E. Benson, March 30, 1835
    • To Helen E. Garrison, May 4, 1835
    • To Isaac Knapp, May 9, 1835
    • To Helen B. Garrison, May 11, 1835
    • To Helen B. Garrison, July 21, 1835
    • To Helen E. Garrison, July 25, 1835
    • To Helen B. Garrison, July 31, 1835
    • To John Farmer, August 8, 1835
    • To Henry B. Benson, August 24, 1835
    • To Henry B. Benson and Isaac Knapp, August 29, 1835
    • To George W. Benson, August 29, 1835
    • To Henry E. Benson, September 1, 1835
    • To George W. Benson, September 1, 1835
    • To Henry B. Benson, September 3, 1835
    • To George W. Benson, September 4, 1835
    • To Harrison Gray Otis, September 5, 1835
    • To Peleg Sprague, September 5, 1835
    • To Peleg Sprague, September 12, 1835
    • To Henry B. Benson, September 12, 1835
    • To George W. Benson, September 12, 1835
    • To Henry B. Benson, September 15, 1835
    • To George W. Benson, September 17, 1835
    • To Harrison Gray Otis, September 19, 1835
    • To Henry B. Benson, September 19, 1835
    • To George W. Benson, October 2, 1835
    • To George Benson, October 21, 1835
    • To Samuel E. Sewall, October 24, 1835
    • To George W. Benson, October 26, 1835
    • To Isaac Knapp, October 28, 1835
    • To Helen E. Garrison, November 4, 1835
    • To Helen E. Garrison, November 7, 1835
    • To Helen E. Garrison, November 9, 1835
    • To Helen E. Garrison, November 11, 1835
    • To Helen E. Garrison, November 14, 1835
    • To Isaac Knapp, November 19, 1835
    • To George W. Benson, November 27, 1835
    • To Mary Benson, November 27, 1835
    • To George W. Benson, November 30, 1835
    • To Henry E. Benson, December 5, 1835
    • To Samuel J. May, December 5, 1835
    • To Henry F. Benson, December 10, 1835
    • To Henry E. Benson, December 15, 1835
    • To Amos A. Phelps, December 16, 1835
    • To Lewis Tappan, December 17, 1835
    • To Thomas Shipley, December 17, 1835
    • To Samuel S. May, December 26, 1835
    • To Helen E. Garrison, December 28, 1835
    • To Helen E. Garrison, December 30, 1835
  • Index of Recipients
  • Index of Names

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