[Letter To] My Dear Mrs. Chapman

[Letter To] My Dear Mrs. Chapman

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Samuel W. Thomas writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to limited means and articles from Kingston that they are able to contribute but he writes, "there are some whose means are small but whose hearts & hands are willing, & they [would] be happy to give their work." They plan to have their own anti-slavery fair and have lecturers come and speak. He apologizes that he could not get the letter she spoke of. Mr. Bishop, Mr. Adams, & Whiting "made quite a visit together in Plymouth this summer." There is mention of the "loss of our beloved friend S[amuel].J[oseph]. May, from our vicinity." He mentions his sympathy over her husband's death is "still so delicate." In a postscript he asks if she has any materials to be sent, to send them as soon as possible.
Branch Call Number: MS A.9.2, v.12, p.98
Characteristics: 1 leaf (3 p.) ; 26 cm

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