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[Letter to] Dear Richard D. Webb

William Lloyd Garrison

[Letter to] Dear Richard D. Webb

by William Lloyd Garrison

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Published in Boston, [Mass.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Correspondence,
  • History,
  • Antislavery movements,
  • Abolitionists

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesWilliam Lloyd Garrison Correspondence (1823-1879)
    ContributionsWebb, Richard Davis, 1805-1872, recipient
    The Physical Object
    Format[manuscript]
    Pagination1 leaf (4 p.) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25467408M

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[Letter to] Dear Richard D. Webb by William Lloyd Garrison Download PDF EPUB FB2

On pages of this manuscript, there is a letter by Richard Davis Webb to Maria Weston Chapman. Richard D. Webb has an opportunity to pick up books cheaply. In reference to correspondence with Edward S. Abdy, Webb remarks: "You know how we are cut up into classes here." Richard D.

Webb is only a tradesman, with nothing in his position. Home > Letter to Richard D. Webb (Febru ) To Richard D. Webb Dear Friend: This battling is rather unfavorable to the sale of my book, but the cause first, everything else afterwards. My kind regards to Mrs. and all inquiring friends.

Yours truly, Frederick Douglass. Richard D. Webb would like to have Mrs. Follen and her son as guests, if they "thought Dublin worth looking at." Dr.

Follen "is one of my saints." Richard D. Webb comments on various contributions to the Liberty Bell. John Bowring has gone to Hong Kong to serve as British consul. This unsigned letter was presumably written by Richard Davis Webb to Miss Hateful W.

Parkins. Hateful W. Parkins was in reality one of the Weston sisters; most likely it was Caroline Weston. In this letter, Richard Davis Webb mentions a mistake about a letter to a Mrs. Eddy.

Webb expresses his gratitude for : 8. Holograph, signedOn pages of this manuscript, there is a letter by Richard Davis Webb to Maria Weston Chapman. Richard D. Webb has an opportunity to pick up books cheaply. In reference to correspondence with Edward S. Abdy, Webb remarks: "You know how we are cut up into classes here." Richard D.

Webb is only a tradesman, with nothing in his position, wealth, birth, or demeanor to. Richard D. Webb has less time at his disposal since his partner left. Mary Estlin paid him a visit and thereby enjoyed a vacation from taking care of her father.

Eliza Wigham and her sister were in town at the same time. Richard D. Webb continues to receive letters from his son, Alfred, who is working as "a road and drain contractor" in Australia. Stephen S. Foster to Richard D.

Webb, Dublin. Worcester, Mass. Jun 8, My dear friend- Several weeks since I received from you through our mutual friend, S[amuel Joseph].

May Jr., a brief note commending the spirit of my reply to his defense of his report of my remarks at the last annual meeting of the Mass. A[nti] S.

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Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. [Letter to] My dear Friend [manuscript] Item Preview remove-circle. The Life and Letters of Captain John Brown. Who Was Executed at Charleston, Virginia, Dec. 2,For an Armed Attack upon American Slavery Edited by Richard D.

Webb. London: Smith, Elder, Small octavo (/2 by /4 inches), original blind-stamped brown cloth early rebacked with. The archive contains typescript copies of anti-slavery letters, datedtaken by Dr Clare Taylor whilst conducting research for her book, British and American Abolitionists: An Episode in Transatlantic letters are from prominent Quakers, Unitarians and Scottish Abolitionists, and include British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society letters.

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‘Begin’ is the word Frederick Douglass chose: ‘If John Brown did not end the war that ended slavery, he did, at least, begin the war that ended slavery” (Reynolds, ix).

Editor Webb was a Dublin, Ireland printer and abolitionist. Precedes Franklin Sanborn’s Life and Letters of John Brown, published in Boston in Blockson Life. Webb was born in Inhe was one of three founding members, with James Haughton and Richard Allen, of the Hibernian Antislavery was not the first antislavery association but it was acknowledged to be the most active and considered the most ardent abolitionists in Europe.

Letter to My Son. As you continue to grow and become an adult, you will live your own life. You will have times of happiness and times of disappointment. Dear Son, When you came into this world, you brought a love into my heart that I had never before experienced. Raise the kind of person you'd like to know.

Subscribe to our parenting. 36 Lewis Douglass, “Letter to Frederick Douglass,” 9 JuneFerry Neck in St Michael's, Maryland, Frederick Douglass Correspondence, Folder 5, n.p., held in the Frederick Douglass Collection, Manuscripts and Rare Books, Moorland. : The Life And Letters Of Captain John Brown Who Was Executed At Charlestown, Virginia, Dec.

2,For An Armed Attack Upon American Slavery (): Richard D. Webb: Books. Dear Sir, I have two books that I have had over 50+ years and am curious if they are worth anything. One book is “Richard Carvel” written by Winston Churchill in and the front cover page has “Cornelia Wetmore Chapell, July 3rd, ” written on it.Though plagued by illness and death in his family in the years covered here, Garrison strove to win supporters for abolitionism, lecturing and touring with Frederick Douglass.

He continued to write for The Liberator and involved himself in many liberal causes; in he publicized and circulated the earliest petition for women's suffrage.2 days ago  Dear Richard My daughter is my only child: she is 40 and I am We have always been close.

I enjoyed helping her out with the children, money and holidays; she helped me last year when I .