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[Letter to] Dear George

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Boston, [Mass.]

Edition Notes

Holograph, signed.

William Lloyd Garrison is relieved to hear the news of Henry Egbert Benson's improved health. Garrison comments: "One of my cherished maxims is, that it can never be a calamity for a good man to go to heaven, either sooner or later." He gives family news. Henry B. Stanton has lectured thirty-six times in three weeks. Henry B. Stanton, Amos Dresser, and Theodore D. Weld will attend the annual meeting in Boston. On New Year's Day, Henry Chapman gave Garrison a generous gift of a hundred dollars.

Merrill, Walter M. Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, v.2, no.65.

Series
William Lloyd Garrison Correspondence (1823-1879)

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[manuscript]
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1 leaf (4 p.) ;

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OL25466947M
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