[Letter To] My Friend

[Letter To] My Friend

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R.S. Howland writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to his delay in responding to her letters. Howland writes, "I do feel a deep and true interest in the Anti-Slavery cause-and the highest respect for many who have identified themselves with it-And if for various reasons I am now, prevented from manifesting this interest more decidedly-I hope it will not be one of the kind laid to my charge."
A second letter from unknown to Miss Weston in regards to introducing her to Mrs. Wade, a "very lovely and excellent woman" who has identified herself with the abolitionist cause. She thanks her for the Liberator containing the account of [George] Thompson.
Branch Call Number: MS A.9.2, v.4, p.10
Characteristics: 2 leaves (7 p.) ; 26 cm


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