Letter from George Thompson, Edinburgh, [Scotland], to Richard Davis Webb, 1840 July 20
George Thompson writes to [Richard Davis Webb] in regards to a printed pamphlet which he has included in the first two pages of this letter, titled, "To Female Abolitionists" from the Bangor Female Anti-Slavery Society committee. He writes that he has not actually had a chance to read this piece yet because he has been busy with other familial duties. His wife was anxious to show him their newborn daughter and they are both doing well. Garrison and Rogers are at Newcastle still. He expects to welcome them to Edinburgh about two in the afternoon. They will leave from there for a meeting in Glasgow.