Letter from Lucretia Mott, Roadside, to William Lloyd Garrison, [March] 8th. 70
Lucretia Mott informs William Lloyd Garrison that E. M. Davis is presently in Boston, and that he will "confer with our friends there" following the commemorative meeting celebrating the passage of the 15th Amendment "and of the great events of the few years past". Mott states her regrets that she did not ask Davis to call upon Garrison to inquire if, in light of "so great a movement", he might be able to "leave the things that are behind" and join them in celebration. Mott inquires if Garrison "may again co-operate with us in a measure that involves no compromise".