The Resource [Letter to] Dear Deborah

[Letter to] Dear Deborah

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[Letter to] Dear Deborah
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[Letter to] Dear Deborah
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eng
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1812-1890
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Weston, Anne Warren
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letters
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dictionaries
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b.1814
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Weston, Deborah
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  • Weston, Anne Warren
  • Weston, Deborah
  • Child
  • Collins, John A.
  • Hildreth, Richard
  • Colver, Nathaniel
  • St. Clair, Alanson
  • Abolitionists
  • Antislavery movements
  • Women abolitionists
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[Letter to] Dear Deborah
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  • Holograph, signed
  • Anne W. Weston was warmly received by Henrietta Sargent at Poplar Street. She mentions a letter from Mary Grew. "I think she approves our principles and hates our measures." Another letter indicates that Mrs. Lydia M. Child is "evidently unhappy and discontented... Pity that one who really lives so very much in the outward, should so perseveringly think she exists but in the inward .... I should hardly dare to trust her with the Standard." Mrs. William Adam says that J.A. Collins spent an evening with them. Richard Hildreth is editing the Guiana Chronicle. Judge Weston and his wife of Augusta, Maine, have been excommunicated for allowing a sewing circle to hold a dance at their house. "The Judge talked to the church Weston fashion." From Chardon Street, Anne reports on the convention. N. Colver read a "mild quiet commonplace letter from Thomas Clarkson on the Sabbath. "Colver and [Alanson] St. Clair in particular behaved like demoniacs..." Theodore Parker spoke eloquently, A. Bronson Alcott spoke very well
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1 online resource (1 leaf (4 pages))
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote
Label
[Letter to] Dear Deborah
Link
Publication
Note
  • Holograph, signed
  • Anne W. Weston was warmly received by Henrietta Sargent at Poplar Street. She mentions a letter from Mary Grew. "I think she approves our principles and hates our measures." Another letter indicates that Mrs. Lydia M. Child is "evidently unhappy and discontented... Pity that one who really lives so very much in the outward, should so perseveringly think she exists but in the inward .... I should hardly dare to trust her with the Standard." Mrs. William Adam says that J.A. Collins spent an evening with them. Richard Hildreth is editing the Guiana Chronicle. Judge Weston and his wife of Augusta, Maine, have been excommunicated for allowing a sewing circle to hold a dance at their house. "The Judge talked to the church Weston fashion." From Chardon Street, Anne reports on the convention. N. Colver read a "mild quiet commonplace letter from Thomas Clarkson on the Sabbath. "Colver and [Alanson] St. Clair in particular behaved like demoniacs..." Theodore Parker spoke eloquently, A. Bronson Alcott spoke very well
Extent
1 online resource (1 leaf (4 pages))
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote

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