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Letter to] My dear Miss Weston [manuscript

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Weston, Miss, recipient


Holograph, signedThis letter is a sequel to the preceding letter of Feb. 13, 1851, by Mary Anne Estlin to Miss Weston, Call No. Ms.A.9.2 v.25, p.63Mary A. Estlin repeats her enthusiastic praise of the Boston bazaar report. The English abolitionists that Mary A. Estlin now associates with are typical of the majority of the anti-slavery sympathizers. Richard D. Webb told Mary A. Estlin that Mrs. Eliza Lee Follen's health has much improved. Mrs. Anna H. Richardson has not answered Dr. Estlin's letter. William Wells Brown is going to visit Carlisle and other towns in the north of England
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