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    <mods:title>Letter from Abby Kelley Foster, [Millbury, Mass.], to Maria Weston Chapman, Aug. 10, [1841?]</mods:title>
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  <mods:note>Abby Kelley Foster expresses her sorrow at learning that Maria Weston Chapman's husband [Henry Grafton Chapman] is ill again. She urges Maria to come to the Millbury fair knowing that H. G. Chapman's illness will probably prevent her from attending. She wishes that Mary Chapman, Ann T. G. Phillips, and other Boston abolitionists would also come to the fair.</mods:note>
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