[Letter To] Dear Mr. May

[Letter To] Dear Mr. May

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In this letter to Samuel May, Thomas Hill suggests that meetings in Webster should be held "as late in the season as possible." He tells May that he would "prefer lectures to a Convention" as he believes the "people here are not sufficiently antislavery to be as much interested in a Sunday convention," but if May thinks a convention is best, "it had better be on Sunday or some other public day." Hill insists that he "merely suggest[s] these things" and leaves it to May to decide what is best.
Branch Call Number: MS A.1.2 v.19, p.38
Characteristics: 1 leaf (1 p.) ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: May, Samuel 1810-1899,- Recipient


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