William Lloyd Garrison's daughter Fanny gave birth to a daughter, Helen Elise, and his son William, Jr., had a son, Charles. The weather has been excessively warm. William Lloyd Garrison comments about the copperheads in Tammany Hall, NY: "Unless they repent---if orthodoxy be true---they will yet go to a place where they will find the heat considerably greater, and the accommodations not so good." It is not possible that the copperheads nominated Salmon P. Chase. William Pitt Fessenden was invited to a complimentary dinner in Boston. Joseph May will be installed in Newburyport on the 31st. Garrison does not know the whereabouts Miss Mary A. Estlin. Richard Davis Webb wrote a week ago from Philadelphia.
Merrill, Walter M. Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, v.6, no.12.