Paris, June 8th, 1850

Paris, June 8th, 1850

To Margaret Smith, Jane Barclay, Elizabeth Turner ... and Mary Muir, of Glasgow[.] Ladies, A Circular Signed by You Has Just Been Handed Me, Proposing to Abolitionists Generally A Withdraw of Their Co-operation From the American Anti-Slavery Society and the National Anti-Slavery Bazaar at Boston, on the Allegation That the Funds Contributed to Those Societies for the Abolition of Slavery Are Expended for the Propagation of Infidelity ... I Rejoice to Be Able, Without Delay, to Contradict These Erroneous Statements That You Have Received

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Publisher: [Dublin] : Webb and Chapman, printers, Great Brunswick-Street, Dublin, [1850]
Characteristics: 4 p. (online resource) ; 19 cm


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