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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... "
The Martyr Age in the United States of America: An Article from the London ... - Page 15
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 Grimké: Selected Writings, 1835-1839

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 Grimké 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 - Religion - 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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People's Movements, People's Press: The Journalism of Social Justice Movements

Bob Ostertag - History - 2007 - 232 pages
...clear articulation of the Christian pacifism that Grimke, Garrison, and other abolitionists shared. Although I expected opposition, yet I was not prepared...— it took me by. surprise, and I greatly feared Abolitionists ivould be driven back in the^irst onset, and thrown into confusion. So/earful was MCT...
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