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An edition of [Letter to] My Dear Madam (1848)

[Letter to] My Dear Madam

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This edition was published in in Boston, [Mass.].

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[Letter to] My Dear Madam

This edition was published in in Boston, [Mass.].

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Holograph, signed.

Amos Farnsworth is replying to Maria Weston Chapman's note in regards to the Liberty Bell and encloses $15. Farnsworth writes: "I can hardly imagine how you will pass your time in France. Lamartine & his coadjutors have already brought all to a level there. No slavery, no higher, no lower." Even the "confounded woman question" need not be urged, as women there "play so conspicuous a part in the business & politics of the nation."

Maria Weston Chapman Correspondence (1835-1885)

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1 leaf (3 p.) ;

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