[Letter to] My Dear Friend Mr. Garrison

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Correspondence, History, Antislavery movements, Abolitio
SeriesWilliam Lloyd Garrison Correspondence (1823-1879)
ContributionsGarrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879, recipient
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Format[manuscript]
Pagination1 leaf (1 p.)
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Open LibraryOL25468412M

[Letter to] Mr. Lloyd Garrison, My Dear Friend by Henry Egbert Benson, edition, manuscript in English.

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Publication date Pages: 4. [Letter To] My Dear Friend Garrison (Manuscript or Typescript): May, Samuel: Samuel May, Jr. informs William Lloyd Garrison that the latter's gift of the autibiography of Harriet Martineau, appearing in two volumes, was received at his home the day before, and thanks Garrison and son for sending them.

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May states that he has been reading the memoirs of Mrs. Chapman to his wife and daughter. Holograph, signedTitle devised by catalogerManuscript is encapsulatedManuscript dated "Sund. Evg. March 4 / "Samuel May, Jr.

informs William Lloyd Garrison that the latter's gift of the autibiography of Harriet Martineau, appearing in two volumes, was received at his home the day before, and thanks Garrison and son for sending them.

May states that he has been reading the memoirs of Mrs. [Letter To] My Dear Mr. Garrison (Manuscript or Typescript): Tilton, Theodore: Theodore Tilton writes Garrison that Wendell Phillips has been a "joy and comfort" beyond his expectations.

Tilton states that all in his inner circle have been highly impressed with Phillips's competence and character. Letter to] Mr. Garrison, Dear Friend [manuscript View @ Boston Public Library Description Holograph, signed Rights: Access to the Internet Archive’s Collections is granted for scholarship and research purposes only.

Some of the content available through the Archive may be governed by local, national, and/or international laws and regulations. To William Lloyd Garrison Dear Friend: For the sake of our righteous cause, I was delighted to see, by an extract copied into the Liberator of 12th Dec., from the Delaware Republican, that Mr.

Thompson, No., Market-street, Wilmington, has undertaken to invalidate my testimony against the slaveholders, whose names I have made. GARRISON: MY DEAR SIR: I thank you most kindly, for the very favorable and generous notice you have taken of my hastily written book.

This, to many, may appear singular, that the author of a work should send words of thanks to an editor for his notice of him but this favor of yours come so opportune, that it seems like a God-send. Garrison comments: "Mr.

Calhoun, who is the Napoleon of slavery, is evidently anticipating a 'Waterloo defeat,' in due season." To relieve the famine in Ireland, food, money, and clothing will be sent.

Francis Jackson will transmit £ from our anti-slavery friends to your famished countrymen Merrill, Walter M. Letters of William Lloyd Garrison. Garrison’s debut novel, Letters to the Editor, is a fun read.

The writing style is contemporary, the characters provide psychological intrigue, and the plot has a few twists that make this book difficult to put down. It may appeal to readers who don't generally read mystery s: Decem [].

Garrison Dear Sir: After seeing you, I enjoyed the pleasure of a personal interview with Mr. Douglass and I feel bound in justice to say that the impression was far more satisfactory, than I had anticipated.

[Letter to] My Dear Friend by Richard Davis Webb [Letter to] Dear Mr. Garrison by Sarah Parker Remond () Remond, Sarah Parker by Dorothy Porter Wesley (Book) Samuel Joseph May Diary by Samuel J May () Elusive autobiographical performativity: Vicey. Dear friend, I found a passage from a book last week.

And I haven’t been able to shake it. The words ring in my ears. As if they were spoken from my own lips. They remind me of you. Of us. Of our friendship.

Of how we are in the world together. Of all the ways I believe we were destined to be friends. Like carbon copies of each other. Sisters. My Dear Friend 1, You are now, I sa Saw Mr. Garrison 4 yesterday, had a long and friendly talk with him At the time of this letter, their relationship is slightly soured because Garrison believed that Douglass had not shown enough concern for Garrison's health following an illness, and Douglass's newspaper venture had gone against.

Get this from a library. Theodosia Garrison letter to My dear Mr. Ely, March [Theodosia Pickering Garrison; Robert Erskine Ely] -- Theodosia Garrison writes to Robert Erskine Ely, 13 Marchregretting that she cannot attend the poet's dinner scheduled for Wednesday, and she will thus be unable to perform a "very obsequious.

It's only Graham Garrison's second book but you'd better prepare to hold your seat until you are finished with this one. I had the hardest time putting this one down. I first became aware of Mr. Garrison in December of when I read Hero's Tribute.

I read it /5(32). my dear mr. GARRISON: I have your kind letter of the 21st of January, and can only beg that you will pardon the seeming neglect occasioned by my constant engagements. Letter to Garrison from Harriet Beecher Stowe Cabin, Dec. 19 Mr. Garrison Dear Sir: After seeing you, I enjoyed the pleasure of a personal interview with Mr.

Douglass and I feel bound in justice. So we decided upon May My good friend Mr. Garrison kindly took charge of all the details necessary for the success of the trip, and he, as well as other friends, gave us a great number of letters of introduction to people in France and England, and made other arrangements for our comfort and convenience abroad.

Executive Mansion Washington, 7th February, My Dear Mr. Garrison: I have your kind letter of the 21st of January, and can only beg that you will pardon the seeming neglect occasioned by my. I wish to convey my sympathies to the family.

I was a student at Immanuel Lutheran in Washington, Missouri and remember my Principal, Mr. Garrison, well as a Christian leader. MY DEAR FRIEND GARRISON: Up to this time, I have given no direct expression of the views, feelings, and opinions which I have formed, respecting the character and condition of the people of this land.

I have refrained thus, purposely. of a series of letters addressed by me to Mr. Garrison, and published in the _Liberator_. It was written on the first day of January, MY DEAR FRIEND GARRISON: Up to this time, I have given no direct expression of the views, feelings, and opinions which I have formed, respecting the character and condition of the people of this land.

Culver. My Dear friend I received your kind letter, was glade to hear from you. It always gives me pleasure to hear from you. perhaps you think I do not mean that, Mr.

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Culver. but I really do. We have been having very warm weather here. it is very plesant to day I suppose you almost suffer with heat at your place. “My Dear Friend” Former slave and abolitionist Frederick Douglass was a gifted orator (his speech delivered in Rochester is considered one of the “best Fourth of July speech(es) in American history”).He was also a skilled and prolific writer who published The North Star, an anti-slavery newspaper.

In this personal letter written in to fellow activist Amy Post, Douglass. IMPORTANT EVENTS IN DEAR MR. KILMER (Not following chronological order) EVENTS NOTES PROBLEM FITTING IN Hunting VS Poetry - Richard didn’t kill the buck because he hates violence.

- Gus advised him to fit in (be normal like others) but Richard disagreed. - Shows that Richard has different belief and principle regarding life. Hannah was bullied - Hannah cried in the hallway because her book.

My dear friend. Thanks for your favor of 12 th inst. I shall expect you in my office next Thursday at 2 P.M. It would be well to bring your Carpet-Bag along, for in my office you would be only one block from Courtland Str, the Str, that leads to the Philadelphia ferry, so I shall expect you to stay with me from 2 P.M.

until you leave for Philad a. An Open Letter To A Dear Friend. There is always that friend that you love but you could strangle at any moment. Samantha cash. Lincoln Memorial University.

Dear friend, I honestly don't know what I would do without you. Sometimes I get selfish and greedy and don't thank you enough for all that you do for me.

My Dear William: I dreamed last night that you would not be angry at receiving a letter from your friend Frederick Douglass. It may be all a dream, yet for once I feel like acting under the direction of a dream.

I hope to meet Mr. Garrison there. I long to see a face which I have seen in America. I indulged a hope of seeing you over here.My dear Mr. Barlow: Thank you again for your kind letter of January [February] 9th. I am glad that you received the papers and the picture.

I shall be interested to hear from you after you have talked matters over with our mutual friend, Mr. Harris. As to the suggestion which you made for the land scheme, I am going to talk the whole matter over with Mr.

Logan and by the time you have had a."Mr Bolton." L. TAPPAN. "NEW YORK Nov. 26/51 "My dear friend" I suppose you see the Liberator & Standard regularly. The latter paper attacks the Rev. J. S. accusing him of favoring the expatriation of the cold.

people. Did you throw out anything leaning towards Colonization in your Buffalo