[Letter To] My Very Dear Friend

[Letter To] My Very Dear Friend

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Samuel Joseph May informs William Lloyd Garrison that he and Mary Anne Estlin are en route to Boston, and that Estlin and Sarah Pugh have been visitors at his household for the past week. May writes that he cannot wait to see Garrison so as to offer his congratulations for Garrison's "high exaltation", and asserts that Garrison has "been lifted above Piux IXth", and humorously bequeaths upon him the title of "grandpapa". May comments on his own grandchildren, and asserts his gladness that the birth of Garrison's own grandchildren has not stirred in Garrison any "painful sense of advanced age". May declares that he himself has never been "more busy, nor more merry" than since he had declared himself to be "supernumerated".
Branch Call Number: MS A.1.2 v.36, p.40A
Characteristics: 1 leaf (4p.) 25.5 x 20.2 cm

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