William Lloyd Garrison tells about his tour of Europe. During his time in Paris, he was handicapped by not knowing the French language. Garrison writes: "My reception in Great Britain was unexpectedly generous and handsome, but also exceedingly trying because of so much personal laudation." Garrison refers to Samuel Joseph May's paper, "Recollections of the Anti-Slavery Reform," published in the Christian Register. Garrison comments about the article: "My neighbor, Dr. Putnam, must feel your reference to him, in your last number, very keenly." William L. Garrison does know what line of work Francis Jackson Garrison will take up since "he has no positive leaning in any direction." Fanny Garrison Villard will stay in Paris until the spring. Mr. and Mrs. William Lloyd Garrison Jr. "are trying their hands at housekeeping, only five minutes' walk from us. Agnes continues to be 'grandpa's darling.'" William L. Garrison is considering to write a history of the anti-slavery struggle.