William Lloyd Garrison agrees with Henry Clarke Wright that Richard Davis Webb should bring his daughter, Deborah Webb, from Ohio to New England. Garrison cannot accommodate Deborah Webb at Rockledge owing to the approaching confinement of Fanny Garrison Villard. He tells about Richard Davis Webb's travel plans. Garrison went to the Progressive Friends' meeting in Longwood, Pennsylvania, with Mary Anne Estlin. Garrison tells of seeing Thomas Garrett and visiting Lucretia Mott at Roadside.