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Letter from Nathan Winslow, Portland, [Maine], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 [January] 14

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Winslow, Lucy Ellen

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Holograph, signed.Title devised by cataloger.On verso, the letter is addressed to "William L. Garrison, Boston, Mass." and is postmarked with a red octagonal stamp reading, "Portland Me. Jan. 14". The letter was written "By Lucy Ellen Winslow" on behalf of Nathan Winslow.Nathan Winslow writes to William Lloyd Garrison celebrating Garrison's success "in forming a New-England Anti-Slavery Society in Boston". He hopes that the Liberator will now increase its circulation enough "to arouse the people from the unaccountable apathy that prevails here upon the suject" and offers to be an agent for the newspaper, sending him the names of four new subscribers to the Liberator. Winslow also provides Garrison with a list of subscribers and indicates who has yet to recieve their copy of the Liberator and who has already paid.
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