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" I can hardly express to thee the deep and solemn interest with which I have viewed the violent proceedings of the last few weeks. Although I expected opposition, yet I was not prepared for it so soon — it took me by surprise, and I greatly feared Abolitionists... "
Martyr Age in the United States of America: An Article from the London and ... - Page 17
by Harriet Martineau - 1839 - 36 pages
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Retrospect of western travel, Volume 1

Harriet Martineau - Charlottesville (Va.) - 1838
...private letter to a friend who was shortly to undergo the strengthening process of being mobbed :— " I can hardly express to thee the deep and solemn interest...soon ; it took me by surprise, and I greatly feared abolitionists would be driven back in the first onset, and thrown into confusion. So fearful was I,...
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Retrospect of western travel, Volume 1

Harriet Martineau - Charlottesville (Va.) - 1838
...friend who was shortly to undergo the strengthening pfocp^s of being mobbed : — " I can hardly ex[ is to thee the deep and solemn interest with which I...soon ; it took me by surprise, and I greatly feared abolitionists would be driven back in the first onset, and thrown into confusion. So fearful was I,...
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The martyr age of the United States

Harriet Martineau - Abolitionists - 1839 - 84 pages
...publish, and which strengthened even the great man's strong heart. We give the greater part of it : — " I can hardly express to thee the deep and solemn interest with which 1 have viewed the violent proceedings of the last few weeks. Although I expected opposition, yet I...
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The Martyr Age of the United States of America: With an Appeal on Behalf of ...

Harriet Martineau - Abolitionists - 1840 - 44 pages
...publish, and which strengthened even the great man's strong heart. "We give the greater part of it : — "I can hardly express to thee the deep and solemn...greatly feared the abolitionists would be driven back on the first onset, and thrown into confusion. So fearful was I, that though I clung with unflinching...
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The martyr age of the United States

Harriet Martineau - Abolitionists - 1840 - 44 pages
...publish, and which strengthened even the great man's strong heart. We give the greater part of it : — "I can hardly express to thee the deep and solemn...greatly feared the abolitionists would be driven back on the first onset, and thrown into confusion. So fearful was I, that though I clung with unflinching...
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The Public Years of Sarah and Angelina Grimke

Larry Ceplair - History - 1989 - 380 pages
...insignificant a person as myself offering thee the sentiments of sympathy at this alarming crisis. I can hardly express to thee the deep and solemn interest...soon — it took me by surprise, and I greatly feared Abolitionists would be driven back in the first onset, and thrown into confusion. So fearful was I,...
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The Grimk Sisters from South Carolina: Pioneers for Woman's [sic] Rights ...

Gerda Lerner - Science - 1998 - 364 pages
...letter. Although she did not know him, she spoke freely and forthrightly of her fears and concern: "I can hardly express to thee the deep and solemn...the last few weeks. Although I expected opposition, I was not prepared for it so soon — and I greatly feared abolitionists would be driven back in the...
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Retrospect of Western Travel

Harriet Martineau - History - 2000 - 202 pages
...private letter to a friend who was shortly to undergo the strengthening process of being mobbed:—* "I can hardly express to thee the deep and solemn...expected opposition, yet I was not prepared for it so soon—it took me by surprise, and I greatly feared Abolitionists would be driven back in the first...
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Heroes Among Us: Deep Within Each of Us Dwells the Heart of a Hero

Jim Ryun, Ned Ryun, Drew Ryun - History - 2002 - 319 pages
...offering thee the sentiments of sympathy at this alarming crisis.... Although I expected opposition, I was not prepared for it so soon — it took me by surprise — and I greatly feared abolitionists would be driven back in the first onset, and thrown into confusion. Under these feelings...
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The Abolitionist Decade, 1829-1838: A Year-by-Year History of Early Events ...

Kevin C. Julius - History - 2004 - 281 pages
...her work with the Female Antislavery Society she knew about the plan to send materials to the South. "I can hardly express to thee the deep and solemn...violent proceedings of the last few weeks. Although I had expected opposition, I was not prepared for it so soon — and I greatly feared abolitionists would...
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