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110 Like Rushton, he had his own standards of what constituted a just war for self-defence or for freedom, in contrast to wars that he believed to be motivated by greedy commercialism and power rivalry.
45 Because of Rathbone's white hair, he was known as 'the hoary traitor', and so suspect that the family doctor asked to pay his calls only after dark for fear of reprisal if his carriage was seen at the Rathbones' door. Rathbone wrote to his London abolitionist friend William Smith that no one who was an abolitionist and a reformer could let his name be used openly in the city. 'If matters continue in their present situation,' he predicted, 'many Reformers will become Revolutionists .... '46 A ballad which appeared locally obviously referred to the Quaker merchant Rathbone and the politician-attorney Roscoe: A Quartet of Liverpudlians 31 But unluckily then in the Town Attorneys were great politicians And Quakers were men of renown And merchants were metaphysicians ...
21 He denied believing it, yet obviously the idea had provoked him to serious thought, just as it was already leading men such as Granville Sharp to examine the 'slavery' of fellow Britons. The Liverpudlians were to be drawn into the same controversy. The battle over slavery was already under way in Liverpool when Thomas Clarkson appeared in 1788 to gather statistics for the book which was to become a classic on the subject. In it he names Currie, Rathbone, Roscoe and Rushton along with the Quaker abolitionist Isaac Hadwen as the men he immediately called upon for help.
Abolitionists and Working-Class Problems in the Age of Industrialization by Betty Fladeland