More on Gulliver (see Oct 13)

Gulliver’s remarks are printed here, and the gist of his complaint is that one fault of the Liberator is that it is “cruel and unrelenting in its spirit”.  He complains that followers of Garrison seem to be expected to treat him like a king:…”..having led us right so often, we have appeared to think he can never lead us wrong.’

Garrison responds with about two pages of notes, 39 in all  !!!!

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