[Letter To] William Lloyd Garrison

[Letter To] William Lloyd Garrison

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In this unsigned letter to William Lloyd Garrison, the author states that if Garrison "had been hung by the neck thirty years ago, until dead, we should never have had this trouble." The author blames Garrison and his "associates" for the current "Trouble" [probably the American Civil War] and thinks "if there is a Hell you will have the highest seat in it."

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