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[Letter To] My Dear Miss Weston [manuscript]

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[Letter To] My Dear Friend [manuscript]

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[Copy of Letter To] Dear Mrs. Chapman [manuscript]

By: Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879

Description: William Lloyd Garrison sends this letter of condolence on the death of Anne Chapman Dicey, the daughter of Maria Weston Chapman

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[Copy of Letter To] Dear Mrs. Chapman [manuscript]

By: Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879

Description: William Lloyd Garrison has to forego his visit to Weymouth to see Maria Weston Chapman due to the death of Lucy (McKim) Garrison [his daughter inlaw and the wife of Wendell Phillips Garrison]. Garrison writes: "Her case was one of combined epilepsy and paralysis. She survived the attack just a fortnight, but never once during that time evinced any intelligent recognition either of her husband or mother, or any one else." William Lloyd Garrison will leave for...

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[Letter To] Mr[s]. W. W. Chapman [manuscript]

By: Cummins, Jos

Description: Jos. Cummins knows no inducement to relinquish his right to the boy Nelson, the son of his escaped slave Patsey. Measures are now proceeding to have Patsey returned, and "the only reason that they have not been more vigorously pursued, was her general worthlessness as a servant when here and her character after she absconded."

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[Letter To] My Dear Miss Weston [manuscript]

By: Weston, Anne Warren, 1812-1890, Recipient

Description: While packing the box, Samuel May, Jr., found on a shelf a single copy of the Liberty Bell, addressed in Anne Warren Weston's handwriting to Miss Henzell. If this was left out by mistake, it can still be sent in the box going on board the ship, which has been delayed on account of the snow. Samual May says that "Mr. Garrison's portrait was finished at last---framed, glazed, & enclosed in a nice tight box; ---the frame was a very pretty oval one."

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[Letter To] Dear Lucia [manuscript]

By: Weston, Lucia, 1822-1861. Recipient

Description: Holograph, signed with initials

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[Letter To] Dear Mr. May [manuscript]

By: May, Samuel, 1810-1899, Recipient

Description: Maria Weston Chapman reminisces about Edmund Quincy's life. She mentions Rev. William E. Channing. On pages 6-7 of the letter, she includes two sonnets

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[Letter To] Miss Deborah Weston [manuscript]

By: Weston, Deborah, B.1814 Recipient

Description: In the postscript on page four of this manuscript, Augustus Hesse thanks Deborah Weston for enclosing a stamp. He said: "I can't buy none for it got not a cent of mony [sic] in my possession. We dit [did] not get our pay yet but the List is giving [given] in a month ago!

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[Letter To] Miss Weston [manuscript]

By: Weston, Miss, Recipient

Description: Holograph, signed

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[Letter To] Dear Friend [manuscript]

By: Child, Mrs. (Lydia Maria), 1802-1880

Description: See Ms.A.5.1 p.56-61 for handwritten transcription; transcribed by unknown person

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[Letter To] My Dear Mrs. Chapman [manuscript]

By: Estlin, Mary Anne, 1820-1902

Description: Holograph, signed

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[Letter To] My Dear Miss Weston [manuscript]

By: Weston, Miss, Recipient

Description: Mary Grew was gratified by Miss Weston's letter, which was elicited by Mary Grew's report. She explains that correspondence had to be neglected because of the added responsibility which devolved upon Mary Grew as a consequence of her father's death. She hopes to see Miss Weston in Philadelphia at the "third Decade Meeting" (of the American Anti-Slavery Society) in December. She regrets to hear of Miss Weston's eye affliction

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[Letter To] My Dear Madam [manuscript]

By: Child, Mrs. (Lydia Maria), 1802-1880, Recipient

Description: Includes envelope

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[Letter To] Dear Mrs. Chapman [manuscript]

By: May, Samuel, 1810-1899

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[Letter To] My Dear Friend [manuscript]

By: Weston, Anne Warren, 1812-1890

Description: Holograph, signed

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[Letter To] Dear Mr. Estlin [manuscript]

By: Weston, Anne Warren, 1812-1890

Description: Holograph, signed

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[Letter To] My Dear Friend [manuscript]

By: Webb, Richard Davis, 1805-1872

Description: Holograph, signed

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[Letter To] Dear Anne [manuscript]

By: Weston, Emma Forbes, B. 1825

Description: Holograph, signed

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[Letter To] My Dear Friend [manuscript]

By: Weston, Anne Warren, 1812-1890

Description: Holograph, signed

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