[Letter To] My Dear Friend

[Letter To] My Dear Friend

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C.C. Burleigh writes to Samuel May reporting that they "had a good m[eetin]g last evening, better attended than we had ventured to hope. [William Lloyd] Garrison & [Parker] Pillsbury spoke, & filled up the time." Burleigh then discusses May's question about where to hold a convention on July 28, suggesting either Danielsonville or Rhodesville, Connecticut. He tells May that "Asa Cutler would probably be the best person to write to" to help set a location. He also suggests that May contact Charles L. Fisk[e] or H. Reed for information about Danielsonville. He says he spoke to Dr. Whitcomb about holding a meeting in Brooklyn, Connecticut but that they decided it would be better to try to hold a meeting in Willimantic, and tells May to contact "Warren Clark, who lives there, [and] could tell you more about that." Burleigh then begins a new paragraph, titled, "Evening" and tells May that they had another meeting with "a very good attendance today, & apparently a good impression has been made. Garrison has given great satisfaction to our friends."
Branch Call Number: MS A.1.2 v.19, p.47
Characteristics: 1 leaf (3 p.) ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: May, Samuel 1810-1899,- Recipient


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