The Resource This Sabbatarian resting day cannot be better broken dear Mrs. Chapman, ..

This Sabbatarian resting day cannot be better broken dear Mrs. Chapman, ..

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This Sabbatarian resting day cannot be better broken dear Mrs. Chapman, ..
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This Sabbatarian resting day cannot be better broken dear Mrs. Chapman, ..
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eng
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1820-1902
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Estlin, Mary Anne
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no index present
Literary form
letters
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dictionaries
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1806-1885
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Chapman, Maria Weston
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  • Chapman, Maria Weston
  • Estlin, Mary Anne
  • Estlin, J. B.
  • Antislavery movements
  • Women abolitionists
  • Rhine River
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This Sabbatarian resting day cannot be better broken dear Mrs. Chapman, ..
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  • Holograph, signed
  • Mary Anne Estlin is enjoying this lovely place overlooking the Rhine. Today, Mary Anne Estlin and her father, John Bishop Estlin, have wandered through the gardens of the palace, and "longed for Miss Weston to help appreciate them." Writing later from Antwerp, Mary A. Estlin tells about sailing down the Rhine and the journey to this city. She dwells on her remembrance of "the past weeks of delightful intercourse [with Maria Weston Chapman and her family] it has been our privilege to enjoy" and the treasured "sweet association." Mary A. Estlin refers apologetically to the disappointment she felt at not meeting Mrs. Follen. She expresses her gratitude for Maria W. Chapman's patience in communicating her views. She describes the harbor crowded with ships: "The American flag is conspicuous among them & colored sailors abound."
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1 online resource (2 leaves (8 pages))
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online
Specific material designation
remote
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This Sabbatarian resting day cannot be better broken dear Mrs. Chapman, ..
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Publication
Note
  • Holograph, signed
  • Mary Anne Estlin is enjoying this lovely place overlooking the Rhine. Today, Mary Anne Estlin and her father, John Bishop Estlin, have wandered through the gardens of the palace, and "longed for Miss Weston to help appreciate them." Writing later from Antwerp, Mary A. Estlin tells about sailing down the Rhine and the journey to this city. She dwells on her remembrance of "the past weeks of delightful intercourse [with Maria Weston Chapman and her family] it has been our privilege to enjoy" and the treasured "sweet association." Mary A. Estlin refers apologetically to the disappointment she felt at not meeting Mrs. Follen. She expresses her gratitude for Maria W. Chapman's patience in communicating her views. She describes the harbor crowded with ships: "The American flag is conspicuous among them & colored sailors abound."
Extent
1 online resource (2 leaves (8 pages))
Form of item
online
Specific material designation
remote

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