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

By: Weston, Deborah, B.1814 Recipient

Description: Holograph, signed with initials

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[Incomplete Letter To] Dear Deborah [manuscript]

By: Weston, Deborah, B.1814 Recipient

Description: The end of this letter is missing. Joseph Ricketson writes that he was prevented in the last minute from attending the festival. Mr. (William Henry) Furness preached the ordination sermon for Mr. Potter, which was "the most beautiful sermon I ever heard---Mr. Potter is imbued with the same beautiful spirit and is doing a great work." The Lyceum lectures have, with a few exceptions, been miserable. Wendell Phillips gave a "powerful & beautiful lecture on John...

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[Letter To] Dear Mr. May [manuscript]

By: May, Samuel, 1810-1899, Recipient

Description: Maria Weston Chapman apologizes for the illegibility of her handwriting. The statue of Harriet Martineau will be "finished ere long."

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[Letter To] Dear Deborah [manuscript]

By: Weston, Deborah, B.1814 Recipient

Description: Holograph, signed with initials

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[Letter To] Dear Deborah [manuscript]

By: Weston, Deborah, B.1814 Recipient

Description: Holograph, signed

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[Letter To] Dearest Mrs. Chapman [manuscript]

By: Estlin, Mary Anne, 1820-1902

Description: Holograph, signed

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[Letter To] Dear Friend [manuscript]

By: Child, David Lee, 1794-1874, Recipient

Description: This letter is written on the blank pages and margins of a printed circular letter, consisting of a report of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, signed on behalf of the managers of the Society by Maria Weston Chapman and Eliza Lee Follen, dated Boston, May 9, 1846

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[Letter To] Dear Madam [manuscript]

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

Description: Holograph, signed

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[Letter To] Dear Friend [manuscript]

By: Weston, Deborah, B.1814

Description: Holograph, signed

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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] My Dear Friend [manuscript]

By: Nichol, Elizabeth Pease, 1807-1897, Recipient

Description: Holograph, signed

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[Letter To] My Dear Friend [manuscript]

By: Weston, Caroline, 1808-1882

Description: Holograph, signed

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[Letter To] Dear Lucia [manuscript]

By: Weston, Lucia, 1822-1861. Recipient

Description: When Anne and Caroline Weston were at the Anti-Slavery office, W.M. Chace and Green came in. "We merely bowed." John A. Collins "did wonders last week in the way of raising money," collecting $700. Anne heard Mr. Starkweather, "a thoroughgoing Perfectionist," at Marlboro Chapel and attended John Pierpont's church in the afternoon. There will probably be an interesting Non-Resistance meeting. Lucretia Mott is expected. Wendell and Ann Phillips are still at Na...

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[Letter To] Dear Deborah [manuscript]

By: Weston, Deborah, B.1814 Recipient

Description: There is a separate, brief note by little Ann G. Chapman on page 3

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

By: Weston, Deborah, B.1814 Recipient

Description: The annual meeting of the Boston Female Anti-Slavery Society was held at 39 Hanover Street, and more than 200 were present. Mrs. Maria Weston Chapman's report was unanimously accepted, "all seeming highly delighted." Anne Warren Weston was surprised "at their grit for it was a very spicy affair." The marriage of Ann Terry Greene to Wendell Phillips took place on Thursday last (Oct. 12). Anne names those people present at the wedding, and describes the dress ...

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

By: Weston, Deborah, B.1814 Recipient

Description: Holograph, signed

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[Letter To] Dear Miss Weston [manuscript]

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

Description: Samuel May begins this letter with details about the "Bazaar Gazette" and forwarding mail. He describes the delivery to him of a daguerrotype of Harriet Beecher Stowe to be sent to a French publisher of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." He tells about a note to Mrs. Maria Weston Chapman which accompanied the daguerrotype

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[Letter To] Dear Mrs. Chapman [manuscript]

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

Description: On verso, the delivery address is Maria Weston Chapman. 25 Cornhill. Boston

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[Letter To] My Dear Friend [manuscript]

By: Davis, Edward Morris, 1811-1887

Description: In this letter, Edward Morris Davis writes that "the battle is waxing hot with us." The disunion question comes up everywhere among the abolitionists. Until recently Thomas Earle was the only one who upheld the duty of voting for slaveholders under certain conditions. Earle has written an article for the National Anti-Slavery Standard which Edward M. Davis is forwarding to Maria Weston Chapman for comment and a reply to be published in the next two issues of...

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[Letter to Anne Warren Weston] [manuscript]

By: Weston, Caroline, 1808-1882

Description: On pages 1-3 of the letter, there is cross-writing

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