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William Lloyd Garrison writes: "The ride from Boston to Stonington was as hot and sweltering as any day in July." He took a steamboat from Groton, Conn., to New York. He tells in detail what he did there. Garrison had breakfast with his son Wendell and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tilton. He went to Philadelphia where he met James Miller M'Kim. He stayed with Isaac Mendenhall. He went to a Progressive Friends' meeting where Mr. Savary and Mr. Crozier attacked the nonresistance doctrine. George Thompson was absent on account of illness. William Lloyd Garrison is going to Washington and Baltimore.