William Lloyd Garrison discusses plans for the third decade meeting (of the American Anti-Slavery Society). He gives the names of those who will probably give addresses. Garrison comments: "May we be spared the presence of C. W. Denison! But I fear it will suit him to be prominent, if he can, on the occasion. He is a strange compound." James F. Otis is the only one of the signers of the Declaration of Sentiments who ever repudiated its principles. Alfred H. Love wrote to Garrison in regard to giving a lecture in Concert Hall.
Merrill, Walter M. Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, v.5, no.71.