The Resource [Letter to] Beloved bro[ther] May

[Letter to] Beloved bro[ther] May

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[Letter to] Beloved bro[ther] May
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[Letter to] Beloved bro[ther] May
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eng
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Cataloging source
BRL
Citation location within source
v.2, no.112
Citation source
Merrill, Walter M. Letters of William Lloyd Garrison
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1805-1879
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Garrison, William Lloyd
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no index present
Literary form
letters
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dictionaries
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1808-1879
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Benson, George William
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  • Garrison, William Lloyd
  • May, Samuel J.
  • Brownson, Orestes Augustus
  • Grimké, Angelina Emily
  • Grimké, Sarah Moore
  • Phelps, Amos A.
  • Antislavery movements
  • Abolitionists
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[Letter to] Beloved bro[ther] May
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  • Holograph, signed
  • William Lloyd Garrison is uncertain about going to New York on account of his health. Orestes Augustus Brownson's article on slavery, which was printed in the second issue of his Quarterly, was "wholly unworthy of a sound mind." Garrison's strictures on Brownson made Brownson feel badly. As a result, Brownson wrote a long letter to Garrison in the Reformer. Garrison and his wife and friends saw the Grimkés off; he lists the names of the people who were there to say goodbye. Angelina Grimké's closing lecture at the Odeon was the "keystone of the arch." Garrison says: "My annual report is at last out. Bro. Phelps wrote a protest against that part of it relating to the Clerical Appeal, and had it printed---but I am happy to say, both for his sake and the cause, has concluded to suppress it."
  • On page three, the bottom part of the letter was cut off, including William Lloyd Garrison's signature
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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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[Letter to] Beloved bro[ther] May
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Publication
Note
  • Holograph, signed
  • William Lloyd Garrison is uncertain about going to New York on account of his health. Orestes Augustus Brownson's article on slavery, which was printed in the second issue of his Quarterly, was "wholly unworthy of a sound mind." Garrison's strictures on Brownson made Brownson feel badly. As a result, Brownson wrote a long letter to Garrison in the Reformer. Garrison and his wife and friends saw the Grimkés off; he lists the names of the people who were there to say goodbye. Angelina Grimké's closing lecture at the Odeon was the "keystone of the arch." Garrison says: "My annual report is at last out. Bro. Phelps wrote a protest against that part of it relating to the Clerical Appeal, and had it printed---but I am happy to say, both for his sake and the cause, has concluded to suppress it."
  • On page three, the bottom part of the letter was cut off, including William Lloyd Garrison's signature
Extent
1 online resource (1 leaf (4 pages))
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote

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