[Letter To] Dear William

[Letter To] Dear William

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Henry Clarke Wright informs William Lloyd Garrison that the arrangements have been secured for his voyage from Cleveland to Boston, and announces that he will arrive by Tuesday evening. Wright notes his longstanding custom of sharing his "interior & exterior life" with Garrison, and shares his unease and loneliness since the "close of our A. Slavery work", which has left him with none with whom he can share his "thoughts & feelings on old subjects". Wright asserts his sincere belief that, were the "Religion of the Church & Priesthood" blotted from existence, humanity would "do away with oppression of all kinds". Wright inquires what could have possibly induced Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton to "risk the cause of Equal Rights & the success of their new paper the Revolution" by partnering with the "unprincipled" George Francis Train.
Branch Call Number: MS A.1.2 v.36, p.63B
Characteristics: 1 leaf (2p.) 12.8 x 20.5 cm


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