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Letter from William Smyth, Brunswick, to Amos Augustus Phelps, Aug 16th 1838

Letter from William Smyth, Brunswick, to Amos Augustus Phelps, Aug 16th 1838

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In this letter to Amos A. Phelps, William Smyth expresses his approval of Phelps’s article on the Liberator and his view on the women question. He suggests Phelps distance himself from Garrison and his associates. Reporting on the ongoing antislavery activities and progress made in his vicinity, Smyth says Codding is a fine lecturer but is sympathetic to Garrison. He expresses his apprehension for potential collisions with Codding in managing a paper (presumably The Advocate of Freedom).
Courtesy of Boston Public Library

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1838
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