Letter from Richard Davis Webb, Dublin, [Ireland], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1846 Sept[ember] 25
Richard Davis Webb writes to William Lloyd Garrison about a letter that was forwarded to Garrison, written by George Thompson and originally sent to Henry C. Wright. Webb states that the letter "mentioned that George [Thompson] had appointed a meeting for you in Wrexham (a small county town in Wales) on the 9th." adding, "Now this will not do." Webb complains that busy schedule for Garrison would be "murder entirely" and that Garrison had "promised to pay us a decent visit to make up for the shabby little one in 1840". In the postscript, Webb writes that "the population of Wrexham is about 5000! a pretty place to leave Dublin for!"