[Letter To] My Dear Friend

[Letter To] My Dear Friend

Manuscript or Typescript - 1st Set 1864
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Pease Nichol writes to Garrison to criticize those within the Anti-Slavery movement who, in support of the Copperhead faction, have withdrawn their support of "The Liberator" due to Garrison's support of Abraham Lincoln's reelection. Pease Nichol labels these dissenters as having abandoned the principle of "freedom of thought & speech" at the heart of the Anti-Slavery movement.
Publisher: Huntly Lodge, Edinburgh, [Scotland], 1st Sept. [1864]
Branch Call Number: MS A.1.2 v.33, p.90B Item generated Sep 9 2013 1:03PM
Characteristics: 1 leaf (5 p.) 13.4 x 20.7 cm

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