[Letter To] My Dear Friend

[Letter To] My Dear Friend

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Samuel Joseph May writes to William Lloyd Garrison describing how he is "greatly relieved of our anxiety on your account" after reading in the last issue of the Liberator that Garrison is recovering from illness. He assumes Garrison will not "attempt to speak again in public on this tour" but he hopes he will still be able to visit him at the end of the week, telling him to "come to my house and rest yourself." May also reports that they "had an excellent meeting last Friday" where Joseph C. Hathaway spoke and Frederick Douglass "made two very effective speeches." There was also "great disappointment felt at not seeing you," May tells Garrison.

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