The Resource [Letter] To Margaret Smith, Jane Barclay, Elizabeth Turner, Agnes Robertson, Alexandrina Hodge, Eliza Simpson, Margaret M'Gregor, Marion Sliman, and Mary Muir, of Glasgow. Ladies

[Letter] To Margaret Smith, Jane Barclay, Elizabeth Turner, Agnes Robertson, Alexandrina Hodge, Eliza Simpson, Margaret M'Gregor, Marion Sliman, and Mary Muir, of Glasgow. Ladies

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[Letter] To Margaret Smith, Jane Barclay, Elizabeth Turner, Agnes Robertson, Alexandrina Hodge, Eliza Simpson, Margaret M'Gregor, Marion Sliman, and Mary Muir, of Glasgow. Ladies
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[Letter] To Margaret Smith, Jane Barclay, Elizabeth Turner, Agnes Robertson, Alexandrina Hodge, Eliza Simpson, Margaret M'Gregor, Marion Sliman, and Mary Muir, of Glasgow. Ladies
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1806-1885
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Chapman, Maria Weston
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Glasgow Female Anti-Slavery Society
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  • Chapman, Maria Weston
  • Garrison, William Lloyd
  • Goodell, William
  • Stanton, Henry B.
  • Wright, Henry Clarke
  • Glasgow Female Anti-Slavery Society
  • American Anti-Slavery Society
  • Antislavery movements
  • Women abolitionists
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[Letter] To Margaret Smith, Jane Barclay, Elizabeth Turner, Agnes Robertson, Alexandrina Hodge, Eliza Simpson, Margaret M'Gregor, Marion Sliman, and Mary Muir, of Glasgow. Ladies
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  • Circular letters
  • In this printed circular letter to the Glasgow Female Anti-Slavery Society, Maria Weston Chapman refutes the charge that money collected for the American Anti-Slavery Society was used for "the propagation of infidelity...and the pouring of contempt on the Christian Church..." Chapman demands a retraction. She says that spending anti-slavery funds on "opposing infidelity" is wasteful. The Vigilance Committee is useless compared to the propagation of anti-slavery doctrine. Henry Clarke Wright's relations to the Garrisonians are discussed. She tells of William Lloyd Garrison's opposition to William Goodell's proposed "resolution in favor of peace principles." She refers to Henry B. Stanton
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1 online resource (1 leaf (4 pages))
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remote
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[Letter] To Margaret Smith, Jane Barclay, Elizabeth Turner, Agnes Robertson, Alexandrina Hodge, Eliza Simpson, Margaret M'Gregor, Marion Sliman, and Mary Muir, of Glasgow. Ladies
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Publication
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  • Circular letters
  • In this printed circular letter to the Glasgow Female Anti-Slavery Society, Maria Weston Chapman refutes the charge that money collected for the American Anti-Slavery Society was used for "the propagation of infidelity...and the pouring of contempt on the Christian Church..." Chapman demands a retraction. She says that spending anti-slavery funds on "opposing infidelity" is wasteful. The Vigilance Committee is useless compared to the propagation of anti-slavery doctrine. Henry Clarke Wright's relations to the Garrisonians are discussed. She tells of William Lloyd Garrison's opposition to William Goodell's proposed "resolution in favor of peace principles." She refers to Henry B. Stanton
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1 online resource (1 leaf (4 pages))
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online
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remote

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