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" No nobler gift of heart and brain, No life more white from spot or stain, Was e'er on Freedom's altar laid Than hers, the simple Quaker maid. "
History of the Town of Canterbury, New Hampshire, 1727-1912: Genealogy and ... - Page 141
by James Otis Lyford - 1912
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William Lloyd Garrison and His Times: Or, Sketches of the Anti-slavery ...

Oliver Johnson - Antislavery movements - 1879 - 432 pages
...would ever have been organized but for her. James Eussell Lowell describes her in these lines : " A Judith there, turned Quakeress, Sits Abby, in her...altar laid Than hers the simple Quaker maid." / It was Mrs. Foster's misfortune to be often confounded by the press (sometimes mischievously) with...
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William Lloyd Garrison and His Times: Or, Sketches of the Anti-slavery ...

Oliver Johnson - Antislavery movements - 1879 - 432 pages
...would ever have been organized but for her. James Russell Lowell describes her in these lines : " A Judith there, turned Quakeress, Sits Abby, in her...from spot or stain, Was e'er on Freedom's altar laid Thau hers the simple Quaker maid." It was, Mrs. Foster's misfortune to be often confounded by the...
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William Lloyd Garrison and His Times, Or, Sketches of the Anti-slavery ...

Oliver Johnson - Abolitionists - 1881 - 490 pages
...would ever have been organized but for her. James Russell Lowell describes her in these lines : " A Judith there, turned Quakeress, Sits Abby, in her...altar laid Than hers the simple Quaker maid." It was Mrs. Foster's misfortune to be often confounded by the press (sometimes mischievously) with...
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William Lloyd Garrison and His Times: Or, Sketches of the Anti-slavery ...

Oliver Johnson - Abolitionists - 1881 - 490 pages
...would ever have been organized but for her. James Russell Lowell describes her in these lines : " A Judith there, turned Quakeress, Sits Abby, in her...from spot or stain, Was e'er on Freedom's altar laid Thau hers the simple Quaker maid." Tt was Mrs. Foster's misfortune to be often confounded by the...
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The New England Magazine, Volume 5

New England - 1887
...in attendance, and brief addresses were made. James Russell Lowell wrote of her in her youth : "No nobler gift of heart or brain, No life more white...spot or stain, Was e'er on Freedom's altar laid Than her's the humble Quaker maid." Her name is historically inseparable from those of Lucretia Mott,...
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The New England Magazine and Bay State Monthly, Volume 5

New England - 1887
...in attendance, and brief addresses were made. James Russell Lowell wrote of her in her youth : "No nobler gift of heart or brain, No life more white from spot or stain, 1 Was e'er on Freedom's altar laid Than her's the humble Quaker maid." Her name is historically...
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William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879: The Story of His Life Told by ..., Volume 3

Wendell Phillips Garrison, Francis Jackson Garrison - Social Science - 1889
...head, Along the wires in silence fares And messages of commerce bears. No nobler gift of heart and brain, No life more white from spot or stain, Was...Freedom's altar laid Than hers the simple Quaker maid. Passed round in turn from mouth to mouth ; CHAP. VI. If any ism should arise, 1^6 They look on...
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William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879: the story of his life told by his ...

Wendell Phillips Garrison, Francis Jackson Garrison - 1889
...wires in silence fares And messages of commerce bears. No nobler gift of heart and brain, No lif e more white from spot or stain, Was e'er on Freedom's altar laid Than hers the simple Quaker maid. Passed round in turn from mouth to mouth ; CHAP. VI. If any ism should arise, ^6 They look on it...
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Wendell Phillips: the agitator

William Carlos Martyn - Abolitionists - 1890 - 600 pages
...Lowell, who knew and coworked with both, has portrayed them with exquisite fidelity. Of Abby he says : " No nobler gift of heart or brain, No life more white...altar laid Than hers the Simple Quaker maid." Mr. Foster he hits off with rare humor : " Hard by, as calm as summer even, Smiles the reviled and pelted...
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Poems, Volume 1

James Russell Lowell - 1890
...head, Along the wires in silence fares And messages of commerce bears. No nobler gift of heart and brain, No life more white from spot or stain, Was...Freedom's altar laid Than hers, the simple Quaker maid. Who therefore writes them in her lists As Satan's limbs and atheists ; For each sect has one argument...
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