Reply of Rev. Mr. Haven


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Reply of Rev. Mr. Haven


Manuscript of article published in The Liberator on March 29, 1861 (p.51).

This article by William Lloyd Garrison is a critique of Reverend Gilbert Haven's reply to another article published in the Liberator, which criticized a letter Haven sent to the newspaper about a Thanksgiving sermon he gave and was an attack on the Garrison-Phillips brand of abolitionism. Reverse sides of nine of these manuscript pages are also written on: some of these pages seem to be part of a longer essay, while other pages are old tables of contents. Most of these reverse pages are illegible due to ink bleeding through the paper. None of the reverse pages were scanned.


Garrison, William Lloyd


Box 1, Folder 5, Item 2, William Lloyd Garrison collection, Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections Department, Brandeis University




Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections Department, Brandeis University


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Learn more: 
Reply of Rev. Mr. Haven. The Liberator 31(13), 51. Internet Archive 
William Lloyd Garrison, Social Welfare History Project 
Works by William Lloyd Garrison, Internet Archive
The Liberator (newspaper), Wikipedia 
Guide to the Papers of Bishop Gilbert Haven, 1731-2013, General Commission on Archives and History of the United Methodist Church 
Haven, G. (1869). National sermons: Sermons, speeches and letters on slavery and its war: from the passage of the Fugitive slave bill to the election of President Grant, Internet Archive



Garrison, William Lloyd, “Reply of Rev. Mr. Haven,” Social Welfare History Image Portal, accessed June 12, 2024,