Death of Francis Jackson

“The intelligence of this removal of one of so deservedly loved and revered for his works’ sake will excite no ordinary emotion on both sides of the Atlantic.  It will be felt by them like a  personal bereavement of the closest nature…”     Other tributes of Respect and Affection are included in this issue, and there is a second column of tribute by Garrison.    (Liberator, November 22, 1861)

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