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Letter from William Smeal, Glasgow, [Scotland], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1840 [July] 29th

Letter from William Smeal, Glasgow, [Scotland], to William Lloyd Garri...

William Smeal writes to William Lloyd Garrison sending him the "printed Receipts for the passage moeny of thyself & our friend [Nathaniel Peabody] Rogers" adding that he hopes they "have no extra trouble in the... More

Letter from Elizabeth Pease Nichol, London, [England], to Anne Warren Weston, 1841 June 24

Letter from Elizabeth Pease Nichol, London, [England], to Anne Warren ...

Elizabeth Pease Nichol writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to making sacrifices to the cause on her part and any loss of the good opinion of her friends has been compensated by friendship with "some of the ... More

Letter from Elizabeth Pease Nichol, London, [England], to Anne Warren Weston, 1841 June 24

Letter from Elizabeth Pease Nichol, London, [England], to Anne Warren ...

Elizabeth Pease Nichol writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to making sacrifices to the cause on her part and any loss of the good opinion of her friends has been compensated by friendship with "some of the ... More

Letter from Susan Taber, New Bedford, [Massachusetts], to Deborah Weston, 1841 [March] 8

Letter from Susan Taber, New Bedford, [Massachusetts], to Deborah West...

Susan Taber writes to Deborah Weston in regards to explaining her silence due to the death of "the little darling" from a "predisposition to brain disease and after many alternatives of hope and fear, dropsy of... More

Letter from Esther Moore, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to Maria Weston Chapman, 1844 [December] 7

Letter from Esther Moore, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to Maria Westo...

Esther Moore writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to drawing comfort from Maria's remarks in the Liberator on Thomas Parnell Beach's letter. She has sympathized with the "persecuted brothers" in New Englan... More

Letter from Esther Moore, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to Maria Weston Chapman, 1844 [December] 7

Letter from Esther Moore, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to Maria Westo...

Esther Moore writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to drawing comfort from Maria's remarks in the Liberator on Thomas Parnell Beach's letter. She has sympathized with the "persecuted brothers" in New Englan... More

Letter from Esther Moore, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to Maria Weston Chapman, 1844 [December] 7

Letter from Esther Moore, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to Maria Westo...

Esther Moore writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to drawing comfort from Maria's remarks in the Liberator on Thomas Parnell Beach's letter. She has sympathized with the "persecuted brothers" in New Englan... More

Letter from Esther Moore, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to Maria Weston Chapman, 1844 [December] 7

Letter from Esther Moore, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to Maria Westo...

Esther Moore writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to drawing comfort from Maria's remarks in the Liberator on Thomas Parnell Beach's letter. She has sympathized with the "persecuted brothers" in New Englan... More

Letter from William Smeal, Glasgow, [Scotland], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1840 [July] 29th

Letter from William Smeal, Glasgow, [Scotland], to William Lloyd Garri...

William Smeal writes to William Lloyd Garrison sending him the "printed Receipts for the passage moeny of thyself & our friend [Nathaniel Peabody] Rogers" adding that he hopes they "have no extra trouble in the... More

Letter from Elizabeth Pease Nichol, London, [England], to Anne Warren Weston, 1841 June 24

Letter from Elizabeth Pease Nichol, London, [England], to Anne Warren ...

Elizabeth Pease Nichol writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to making sacrifices to the cause on her part and any loss of the good opinion of her friends has been compensated by friendship with "some of the ... More

Letter from Susan Taber, New Bedford, [Massachusetts], to Deborah Weston, 1841 [March] 8

Letter from Susan Taber, New Bedford, [Massachusetts], to Deborah West...

Susan Taber writes to Deborah Weston in regards to explaining her silence due to the death of "the little darling" from a "predisposition to brain disease and after many alternatives of hope and fear, dropsy of... More