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THE LATE WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON.

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THE LATE WILLIAM LLOYD GARRISON. The following resolution, written by Mr. Bright, was on Saturday adopted by the committee of the Cobden Club. It will be engrossad on vellum and presented to the late Mr. Lloyd Garrison's family The committee of the Cobden Club have heard with deep regret of the death of William Lloyd Garrison, the friend of the negro. His life has been devoted to the service of justice and freedom. The black man owes him lasting gratitude, for he mainly created the conditions which made negro slavery in the United States of America impossible and negro freedom certain. The white man owes him thanks for the lesson he has taught him that the persistent labours of humble men in a righteous cause have promise of suc- cess. A great nation will reckon him amongst the noblest of her sons, for he led the way to that freedom which by her Constitution was intended to be and which is now the possession of all her children. The committee of the Cobden Club wish by this resolution to place on record the expression of their reverence for the life, and their sorrow for the death of one of the most eminent among the honorary members of the club."

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