A Visit to the United States in 1841 by Joseph Sturge
By Joseph Sturge
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The editor of that paper, WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON, whose early anti-slavery career has already been alluded to, and who was deservedly honoured by the great body of the abolitionists, for his sufferings in their cause, and for his triumphant exposure of the oppressive tendencies of the colonization scheme, had always refused to share with any society or committee, the editorial responsibility of his journal. About the time referred to, several pieces were inserted in the Liberator, questioning the generally received opinions on the first day of SIMEON ANTI-SLAVERY SCHISM.
Our own reliance for protection has been upon that Providence whose mercy is over all,—in the justice of our cause, and in our conscious innocence of heart and integrity of purpose. We rejoice, and in so doing, the abolitionists of Pennsylvania unite with us, that human life was not sacrificed in defence of our hall, our persons, and our property. We know, indeed, that had the attack been made upon the United States Bank, or any similar institution in this city, the civil authorities would have met its fury, not as now, with a speech only, but with loaded firelocks and fixed bayonets.
My friend, DANIEL NEALL, at whose house this interview took place, is a venerable looking man, a native of Delaware, and son-in-law of the excellent WARNER MIFFLIN. He has been an abolitionist from his boyhood. Two years ago he was dragged from the house of a friend in Delaware, and tarred and feathered, and otherwise mal-treated by a mob of slaveholders and their abettors; he mildly told those near him that if they would call at his house at Philadelphia, he would treat them in a very different manner.