Letter from James Brown Yerrinton, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 66 Jan[uary] 3
James Brown Yerrinton writes to William Lloyd Garrison acknowleding Garrison's last letter and telling him that his "mind and feelings are so overwhelmed with a sense of your kindness". Yerrinton recalls his relationship with Garrison over the years, remarking "with what delight W[illia]m Goddell and myself recieved the first number of your Journal of the Times... [and Goddell said] that you would yet make a noise in this country." In the postscript, Yerrinton says he had "several points" from Garrison's last letter that he wanted to mention but his "eyes complain" so he needed to stop writing. He also asks Garrison to send him a copy of anything that he publishes.