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[Letter To] Miss Deborah Weston [manuscript]

By: Weston, Deborah, B.1814 Recipient

Description: Holograph

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[Letter To] Dear Friend [manuscript]

By: Child, Mrs. (Lydia Maria), 1802-1880

Description: Holograph

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[Envelope To] Miss A. W. Weston [manuscript]

By: Weston, Anne Warren, 1812-1890, Recipient

Description: This envelope has the delivery address: Miss A. W. Weston, Weymouth, near Boston, United States. It is postmarked October 4, 1850. This envelope has the same date, Oct. 4, 1850, as Mary Anne Estlin's letter to Anne Warren Weston, Call No. Ms.A.9.2 v.25, p.29

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[Letter To] My Dear Friend [manuscript]

By: Johnson, Oliver, 1809-1889

Description: Oliver Johnson presumably addressed this letter to Maria Weston Chapman. Oliver Johnson writes that someone in Washington sent him a sketch, from Forney's Chronicle, of Channing's sermon. If Oliver Johnson finds it a worthy sketch, he will print it, perhaps this week. Oliver Johnson would like the opportunity to talk with Maria Weston Chapman and her sister

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[Letter To] My Dear Miss Weston [manuscript]

By: Weston, Anne Warren, 1812-1890, Recipient

Description: Includes an envelope with the delivery address: Miss Anne W. Weston, Weymouth, Mass

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[Letter To] Dear Debora[h] [manuscript]

By: Weston, Deborah, B.1814 Recipient

Description: This letter was written on stationary with a printed image, and the caption: "Slave Mother separated from her Children."

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[Letter To] My Dear Madam [manuscript]

By: Estlin, Mary Anne, 1820-1902

Description: This letter is accompanied by a list of contributors and money raised "For the relatives of the imprisoned abolitionists." It also includes the names of subscribers to the Nonresistant and the Liberator

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[Letter To] Dear Caroline [manuscript]

By: Weston, Deborah, B.1814

Description: Holograph, signed with initials

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[Incomplete Letter To] Dear Lucia [manuscript]

By: Weston, Lucia, 1822-1861. Recipient

Description: The lower part of the letter has been torn off

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[Letter To] Mr. Moody, Dear Sir [manuscript]

By: Moody, Loring, 1814-1883. Recipient

Description: Holograph, signed

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[Letter To] My Beloved Friend [manuscript]

By: Estlin, Mary Anne, 1820-1902, Recipient

Description: This letter was presumably addressed to Mary Anne Estlin

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[Letter To] Dear Mr. Garrison [manuscript]

By: Garrison, William Lloyd, 1805-1879, Recipient

Description: Holograph, signed

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[Letter To] Dear Debora[h] [manuscript]

By: Weston, Deborah, B.1814 Recipient

Description: There are two layers of writing, lengthwise and crosswise, throughout this letter

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[Letter To] My Dear Mrs. Chapman [manuscript]

By: Estlin, J. B. (John Bishop), 1785-1855

Description: John bishop Estlin's special mission is "to keep Mr. [James] Grant up to the mark & in good humor with correct A.S. people: which includes keeping him, as much as possible, at variance with the Scobelite party!" Scoble complained because Mr. Grant did not send him E. Mathews's letters for examination before admitting them to the Morning Advertiser. [Josiah?] Henson complained that the Morning Advertiser articles had "stopped his supplies." Mr. Grant sees "in...

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[Letter To] My Dear Friend [manuscript]

By: Weston, Anne Warren, 1812-1890

Description: Holograph, signed

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[Letter to Deborah Weston] [manuscript]

By: Weston, Deborah, B.1814 Recipient

Description: Holograph, signed with initials

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[Letter To] Dear Mr. MC Kim [sic] [manuscript]

By: M'Kim, J. Miller (James Miller), 1810-1874, Recipient

Description: Holograph, signed

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[Letter To] Dear Debora[h] [manuscript]

By: Weston, Deborah, B.1814 Recipient

Description: Most of this letter is about dresses. Caroline Weston refers to the New Bedford mail. She also discusses news about the family. She highly praises the autobiography of Fanny D'Arblay [also known as Fanny Burney]

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[Letter To] My Dear Caroline [manuscript]

By: Weston, Caroline, 1808-1882, Recipient

Description: In this letter, Edmund Quincy discusses a payment to Charles Lenox Remond from a fund intended for agents, even though "Remond is not one of our agents." Edmund Quincy objects that William Lloyd Garrison's expenses (at the New Bedford meeting) were not paid. While ill, Loring Moody was accidentally given an overdose of medicine. Remond has sent Mr. [Thomas T.?] Stone to Leicester to fill a lecture engagement for him; Edmund Quincy thinks that Mr. Stone shoul...

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[Letter To] Mrs. M.W. Chapman [manuscript]

By: Smith, R

Description: In this letter, R. Smith introduces her anti-slavery granddaughter, Harriet Ferguson, who is ready to assist in any way

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