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Letter from George William Benson, Prov[i]d[ence], [R.I.], to William Lloyd Garrison, 3'd month 30th [day] 1833

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Holograph, signed.On pages 1-2 of this manuscript, there is a letter by George William Benson to William Lloyd Garrison. He says that Prudence Crandall's school "will go into operation next week." Benson believes that Samuel Joseph May "stands his ground well, and having truth, & the God of truth, on his side, find no great difficulty in contending against a host of his enemies who have had to resort to the base measures of falsehood and misrepresentation and to Colonization to sustain themselves, ..." Benson recommends that William Lloyd Garrison read a certain article in the Courier, a Norwich newspaper.On page 3, there is a separate letter by Henry Egbert Benson to William Lloyd Garrison, March 30, 1833, Providence, R.I.On the verso, the delivery address is: Mr. Wm Lloyd Garrison, Editor of the Liberator, Boston, Mass.
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Benson, Henry Egbert, 1814-1837
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