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Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, May 21st, 23rd, and 24th [1855]

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal rejoices over the Senate vote confirming the dismissal of Judge Edward Greely Loring. He says that Mrs. Maria Weston Chapman presided over a meeting at which she explained the hold of the slave powers... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 28th, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses great pleasure at the opposition to Judge Edward Greely Loring. He discusses the predicament of those who vote under the Constitution of the United States and favor the abolition of slavery.... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, June 28th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal sympathizes with May about the case of Anthony Burns and asks if further effort on the part of his Anti-Slavery Society would do any good. He also inquires as to whether "The New York Inquirer" is rig... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, January 23rd, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal encloses an explanation from his father-in-law for the failure of the box of contributions from Bury, England, to arrive in time for to the Boston Anti-Slavery Fair. Steinthal says that he wrote a lon... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 28th, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses great pleasure at the opposition to Judge Edward Greely Loring. He discusses the predicament of those who vote under the Constitution of the United States and favor the abolition of slavery.... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 8th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal describes the first meetings of the recently formed Bridgewater Anti-Slavery Society. He mentions Parker Pillsbury's illness and asks May about the free labor debate. Steinthal says his Society avoide... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1869 Jan[uary] 23rd

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes this letter introducing his friend "Mr. C. Gordon of Belfast" to William Lloyd Garrison. Steinthal is sure that "with or without letters of Introduction, a stranger would always find ... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 June 16th

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to William Lloyd Garrison, telling him that "death is sadly busy this year among friends," mentioning the deaths of a family member and of Mary Carpenter. He also tells Garrison he wi... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Dec. 4th, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

In his travels on the continent, Steinthal contended with arguments that good treatment of the slaves was an excuse for slavery. He mentions two congressmen, [Edwin Barber] Morgan and [Benjamin] Pringle, who we... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, Dec. 26th, 1867
Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, May 4th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses his thanks for the papers and pamphlets that he recently received from May. He complains about the speeches of Joseph Barker and George Sauter at the tenth anniversary meeting of the Anti-Sl... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 8th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal describes the first meetings of the recently formed Bridgewater Anti-Slavery Society. He mentions Parker Pillsbury's illness and asks May about the free labor debate. Steinthal says his Society avoide... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, March 30th. 1876

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes William Lloyd Garrison to inform him that his good friends Mr. Henry J. Wilson and Reverend T. R. Gladstone will be visiting the United States on behalf of the "British, Continental a... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1854 Nov[ember] 24

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne ...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to an "anti-slavery skirmish" that occured at a meeting on the topic of persecutions which "Protestants have to endure for consciousness sake in Catholi... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, March 30th. 1876

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes William Lloyd Garrison to inform him that his good friends Mr. Henry J. Wilson and Reverend T. R. Gladstone will be visiting the United States on behalf of the "British, Continental a... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 June 16th

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to William Lloyd Garrison, telling him that "death is sadly busy this year among friends," mentioning the deaths of a family member and of Mary Carpenter. He also tells Garrison he wi... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, May 4th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses his thanks for the papers and pamphlets that he recently received from May. He complains about the speeches of Joseph Barker and George Sauter at the tenth anniversary meeting of the Anti-Sl... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Septebmer 29th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal remarks on a letter in "The Liberator" [issue number 1052] in which Parker Pillsbury was blamed for not attacking the oppression of the English people by their government. Steinthal tells May that the... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 8th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal describes the first meetings of the recently formed Bridgewater Anti-Slavery Society. He mentions Parker Pillsbury's illness and asks May about the free labor debate. Steinthal says his Society avoide... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 8th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal describes the first meetings of the recently formed Bridgewater Anti-Slavery Society. He mentions Parker Pillsbury's illness and asks May about the free labor debate. Steinthal says his Society avoide... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Feb 21st, 1856

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal asks for a detailed account of the exact relationship of the American Unitarian Association to slavery. He sees an analogy between the Indian Mission operated jointly by the British and American Unita... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1854 Nov[ember] 24

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne ...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to an "anti-slavery skirmish" that occured at a meeting on the topic of persecutions which "Protestants have to endure for consciousness sake in Catholi... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1854 Nov[ember] 10

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne ...

S. Alfred Steinthal (1826-1910) writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to Mr. May's letter on the Manchester Conference. He says they passed strong resolutions cooperating with the American Anti-Slavery Society ... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, May 4th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses his thanks for the papers and pamphlets that he recently received from May. He complains about the speeches of Joseph Barker and George Sauter at the tenth anniversary meeting of the Anti-Sl... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Dec. 4th, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

In his travels on the continent, Steinthal contended with arguments that good treatment of the slaves was an excuse for slavery. He mentions two congressmen, [Edwin Barber] Morgan and [Benjamin] Pringle, who we... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Septebmer 29th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal remarks on a letter in "The Liberator" [issue number 1052] in which Parker Pillsbury was blamed for not attacking the oppression of the English people by their government. Steinthal tells May that the... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1853 Nov[ember] 27

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne ...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to thanking her for sending him papers. He asks why people do not vote with the "intention of making use of Clause V of the Constitution and altering th... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1854 Nov[ember] 10

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne ...

S. Alfred Steinthal (1826-1910) writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to Mr. May's letter on the Manchester Conference. He says they passed strong resolutions cooperating with the American Anti-Slavery Society ... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, January 23rd, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal encloses an explanation from his father-in-law for the failure of the box of contributions from Bury, England, to arrive in time for to the Boston Anti-Slavery Fair. Steinthal says that he wrote a lon... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, 107 Upper Brooke Street, Manchester, to William Lloyd Garrison, 13 June 1873
Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Nov. 7th, 1853

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal informs May that a group of about forty people in Bridgewater have founded an Anti-Slavery Society, which studies the abolition movement and produces articles for the Anti-Slavery Fair. He asks May to... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 June 16th

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to William Lloyd Garrison, telling him that "death is sadly busy this year among friends," mentioning the deaths of a family member and of Mary Carpenter. He also tells Garrison he wi... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Liverpool, [England], to Samuel May, April 15th, 1857

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Liverpool, [England], to Samuel May, ...

Steinthal informs May that he had to move from Bridgewater to Liverpool. He condemns the decision in the Dred Scott case and says that he does not understand the indifference of the American people toward slave... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Septebmer 29th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal remarks on a letter in "The Liberator" [issue number 1052] in which Parker Pillsbury was blamed for not attacking the oppression of the English people by their government. Steinthal tells May that the... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 28th, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses great pleasure at the opposition to Judge Edward Greely Loring. He discusses the predicament of those who vote under the Constitution of the United States and favor the abolition of slavery.... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1853 Nov[ember] 27

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne ...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to thanking her for sending him papers. He asks why people do not vote with the "intention of making use of Clause V of the Constitution and altering th... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1864 October 15th

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to William Lloyd Garrison discussing "English opinion on the subject of the struggle going on in the United States". Steinthal relates that he "know[s] but very few Southern sympathis... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, Dec. 26th, 1867
Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Dec. 4th, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

In his travels on the continent, Steinthal contended with arguments that good treatment of the slaves was an excuse for slavery. He mentions two congressmen, [Edwin Barber] Morgan and [Benjamin] Pringle, who we... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1869 Jan[uary] 23rd

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes this letter introducing his friend "Mr. C. Gordon of Belfast" to William Lloyd Garrison. Steinthal is sure that "with or without letters of Introduction, a stranger would always find ... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1864 October 15th

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to William Lloyd Garrison discussing "English opinion on the subject of the struggle going on in the United States". Steinthal relates that he "know[s] but very few Southern sympathis... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, June 28th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal sympathizes with May about the case of Anthony Burns and asks if further effort on the part of his Anti-Slavery Society would do any good. He also inquires as to whether "The New York Inquirer" is rig... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Dec. 4th, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

In his travels on the continent, Steinthal contended with arguments that good treatment of the slaves was an excuse for slavery. He mentions two congressmen, [Edwin Barber] Morgan and [Benjamin] Pringle, who we... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, May 4th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses his thanks for the papers and pamphlets that he recently received from May. He complains about the speeches of Joseph Barker and George Sauter at the tenth anniversary meeting of the Anti-Sl... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 28th, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses great pleasure at the opposition to Judge Edward Greely Loring. He discusses the predicament of those who vote under the Constitution of the United States and favor the abolition of slavery.... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, January 23rd, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal encloses an explanation from his father-in-law for the failure of the box of contributions from Bury, England, to arrive in time for to the Boston Anti-Slavery Fair. Steinthal says that he wrote a lon... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, 107 Upper Brooke Street, Manchester, to William Lloyd Garrison, 13 June 1873
Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Nov. 7th, 1853

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal informs May that a group of about forty people in Bridgewater have founded an Anti-Slavery Society, which studies the abolition movement and produces articles for the Anti-Slavery Fair. He asks May to... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1864 October 15th

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to William Lloyd Garrison discussing "English opinion on the subject of the struggle going on in the United States". Steinthal relates that he "know[s] but very few Southern sympathis... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Liverpool, [England], to Samuel May, April 15th, 1857

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Liverpool, [England], to Samuel May, ...

Steinthal informs May that he had to move from Bridgewater to Liverpool. He condemns the decision in the Dred Scott case and says that he does not understand the indifference of the American people toward slave... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 28th, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses great pleasure at the opposition to Judge Edward Greely Loring. He discusses the predicament of those who vote under the Constitution of the United States and favor the abolition of slavery.... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, January 23rd, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal encloses an explanation from his father-in-law for the failure of the box of contributions from Bury, England, to arrive in time for to the Boston Anti-Slavery Fair. Steinthal says that he wrote a lon... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1869 Jan[uary] 23rd

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes this letter introducing his friend "Mr. C. Gordon of Belfast" to William Lloyd Garrison. Steinthal is sure that "with or without letters of Introduction, a stranger would always find ... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, May 4th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses his thanks for the papers and pamphlets that he recently received from May. He complains about the speeches of Joseph Barker and George Sauter at the tenth anniversary meeting of the Anti-Sl... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 28th, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses great pleasure at the opposition to Judge Edward Greely Loring. He discusses the predicament of those who vote under the Constitution of the United States and favor the abolition of slavery.... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1853 Nov[ember] 27

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne ...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to thanking her for sending him papers. He asks why people do not vote with the "intention of making use of Clause V of the Constitution and altering th... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Septebmer 29th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal remarks on a letter in "The Liberator" [issue number 1052] in which Parker Pillsbury was blamed for not attacking the oppression of the English people by their government. Steinthal tells May that the... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Liverpool, [England], to Samuel May, April 15th, 1857

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Liverpool, [England], to Samuel May, ...

Steinthal informs May that he had to move from Bridgewater to Liverpool. He condemns the decision in the Dred Scott case and says that he does not understand the indifference of the American people toward slave... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1878 May 13th

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to William Lloyd Garrison introducing Jane E. Metford as "one of our faithful workers in Bridgewater for the American Antislavery Society" who is now "visiting the States on a Tempera... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, May 4th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses his thanks for the papers and pamphlets that he recently received from May. He complains about the speeches of Joseph Barker and George Sauter at the tenth anniversary meeting of the Anti-Sl... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Nov. 7th, 1853

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal informs May that a group of about forty people in Bridgewater have founded an Anti-Slavery Society, which studies the abolition movement and produces articles for the Anti-Slavery Fair. He asks May to... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Septebmer 29th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal remarks on a letter in "The Liberator" [issue number 1052] in which Parker Pillsbury was blamed for not attacking the oppression of the English people by their government. Steinthal tells May that the... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 28th, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses great pleasure at the opposition to Judge Edward Greely Loring. He discusses the predicament of those who vote under the Constitution of the United States and favor the abolition of slavery.... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, May 4th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses his thanks for the papers and pamphlets that he recently received from May. He complains about the speeches of Joseph Barker and George Sauter at the tenth anniversary meeting of the Anti-Sl... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 28th, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses great pleasure at the opposition to Judge Edward Greely Loring. He discusses the predicament of those who vote under the Constitution of the United States and favor the abolition of slavery.... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Septebmer 29th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal remarks on a letter in "The Liberator" [issue number 1052] in which Parker Pillsbury was blamed for not attacking the oppression of the English people by their government. Steinthal tells May that the... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1853 Nov[ember] 27

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne ...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to thanking her for sending him papers. He asks why people do not vote with the "intention of making use of Clause V of the Constitution and altering th... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1853 Nov[ember] 27

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne ...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to thanking her for sending him papers. He asks why people do not vote with the "intention of making use of Clause V of the Constitution and altering th... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 8th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal describes the first meetings of the recently formed Bridgewater Anti-Slavery Society. He mentions Parker Pillsbury's illness and asks May about the free labor debate. Steinthal says his Society avoide... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 8th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal describes the first meetings of the recently formed Bridgewater Anti-Slavery Society. He mentions Parker Pillsbury's illness and asks May about the free labor debate. Steinthal says his Society avoide... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Dec. 4th, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

In his travels on the continent, Steinthal contended with arguments that good treatment of the slaves was an excuse for slavery. He mentions two congressmen, [Edwin Barber] Morgan and [Benjamin] Pringle, who we... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Feb 21st, 1856

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal asks for a detailed account of the exact relationship of the American Unitarian Association to slavery. He sees an analogy between the Indian Mission operated jointly by the British and American Unita... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Septebmer 29th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal remarks on a letter in "The Liberator" [issue number 1052] in which Parker Pillsbury was blamed for not attacking the oppression of the English people by their government. Steinthal tells May that the... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 28th, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses great pleasure at the opposition to Judge Edward Greely Loring. He discusses the predicament of those who vote under the Constitution of the United States and favor the abolition of slavery.... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Dec. 4th, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

In his travels on the continent, Steinthal contended with arguments that good treatment of the slaves was an excuse for slavery. He mentions two congressmen, [Edwin Barber] Morgan and [Benjamin] Pringle, who we... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, May 4th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses his thanks for the papers and pamphlets that he recently received from May. He complains about the speeches of Joseph Barker and George Sauter at the tenth anniversary meeting of the Anti-Sl... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Septebmer 29th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal remarks on a letter in "The Liberator" [issue number 1052] in which Parker Pillsbury was blamed for not attacking the oppression of the English people by their government. Steinthal tells May that the... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Nov. 7th, 1853

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal informs May that a group of about forty people in Bridgewater have founded an Anti-Slavery Society, which studies the abolition movement and produces articles for the Anti-Slavery Fair. He asks May to... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1854 Nov[ember] 24

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne ...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to an "anti-slavery skirmish" that occured at a meeting on the topic of persecutions which "Protestants have to endure for consciousness sake in Catholi... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 8th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal describes the first meetings of the recently formed Bridgewater Anti-Slavery Society. He mentions Parker Pillsbury's illness and asks May about the free labor debate. Steinthal says his Society avoide... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 28th, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses great pleasure at the opposition to Judge Edward Greely Loring. He discusses the predicament of those who vote under the Constitution of the United States and favor the abolition of slavery.... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, May 21st, 23rd, and 24th [1855]

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal rejoices over the Senate vote confirming the dismissal of Judge Edward Greely Loring. He says that Mrs. Maria Weston Chapman presided over a meeting at which she explained the hold of the slave powers... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1878 May 13th

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to William Lloyd Garrison introducing Jane E. Metford as "one of our faithful workers in Bridgewater for the American Antislavery Society" who is now "visiting the States on a Tempera... More

Fragment of a letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, [Bridgewater, England?], to Samuel May

Fragment of a letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, [Bridgewater, England?]...

In this fragment, Steinthal orders pamphlets and inquires about the material on the relationship between the American Unitarian Association and slavery. He mentions Parker Pillsbury's return to America. Courtes... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, May 4th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses his thanks for the papers and pamphlets that he recently received from May. He complains about the speeches of Joseph Barker and George Sauter at the tenth anniversary meeting of the Anti-Sl... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1854 Nov[ember] 24

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne ...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to an "anti-slavery skirmish" that occured at a meeting on the topic of persecutions which "Protestants have to endure for consciousness sake in Catholi... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, May 4th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal expresses his thanks for the papers and pamphlets that he recently received from May. He complains about the speeches of Joseph Barker and George Sauter at the tenth anniversary meeting of the Anti-Sl... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, January 23rd, 1855

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal encloses an explanation from his father-in-law for the failure of the box of contributions from Bury, England, to arrive in time for to the Boston Anti-Slavery Fair. Steinthal says that he wrote a lon... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Feb 21st, 1856

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal asks for a detailed account of the exact relationship of the American Unitarian Association to slavery. He sees an analogy between the Indian Mission operated jointly by the British and American Unita... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1869 Jan[uary] 23rd

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes this letter introducing his friend "Mr. C. Gordon of Belfast" to William Lloyd Garrison. Steinthal is sure that "with or without letters of Introduction, a stranger would always find ... More

Fragment of a letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, [Bridgewater, England?], to Samuel May

Fragment of a letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, [Bridgewater, England?]...

In this fragment, Steinthal orders pamphlets and inquires about the material on the relationship between the American Unitarian Association and slavery. He mentions Parker Pillsbury's return to America. Courtes... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Septebmer 29th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal remarks on a letter in "The Liberator" [issue number 1052] in which Parker Pillsbury was blamed for not attacking the oppression of the English people by their government. Steinthal tells May that the... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, June 28th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal sympathizes with May about the case of Anthony Burns and asks if further effort on the part of his Anti-Slavery Society would do any good. He also inquires as to whether "The New York Inquirer" is rig... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, March 8th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal describes the first meetings of the recently formed Bridgewater Anti-Slavery Society. He mentions Parker Pillsbury's illness and asks May about the free labor debate. Steinthal says his Society avoide... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, May 21st, 23rd, and 24th [1855]

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal rejoices over the Senate vote confirming the dismissal of Judge Edward Greely Loring. He says that Mrs. Maria Weston Chapman presided over a meeting at which she explained the hold of the slave powers... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, March 30th. 1876

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes William Lloyd Garrison to inform him that his good friends Mr. Henry J. Wilson and Reverend T. R. Gladstone will be visiting the United States on behalf of the "British, Continental a... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1878 May 13th

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to William Lloyd Garrison introducing Jane E. Metford as "one of our faithful workers in Bridgewater for the American Antislavery Society" who is now "visiting the States on a Tempera... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May, Septebmer 29th, 1854

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Bridgewater, [England], to Samuel May...

Steinthal remarks on a letter in "The Liberator" [issue number 1052] in which Parker Pillsbury was blamed for not attacking the oppression of the English people by their government. Steinthal tells May that the... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, March 30th. 1876

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes William Lloyd Garrison to inform him that his good friends Mr. Henry J. Wilson and Reverend T. R. Gladstone will be visiting the United States on behalf of the "British, Continental a... More

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 June 16th

Letter from S. Alfred Steinthal, Manchester, [England], to William Llo...

S. Alfred Steinthal writes to William Lloyd Garrison, telling him that "death is sadly busy this year among friends," mentioning the deaths of a family member and of Mary Carpenter. He also tells Garrison he wi... More

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