Letter from Isabel Jennings, Cork, [Ireland], to William Lloyd Garrison, Nov. [?] 1847
Isabel Jennings reports that she heard of William Lloyd Garrison's illness and partial recovery in a letter from Frederick Douglass, whom she states "seems to love you (Garrison) more the more he sees you", and whom she states has "a very strong will". Jennings closes by thanking Garrison for having sent to her a treatise by Samuel Joseph May.