Holograph, signed with initials.
In one hour William Lloyd Garrison is leaving Isaac Mendenhall's home along with Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Tilton, and they will go to Baltimore. Garrison enjoyed the Progressive Friends' meeting. He praises Anna E. Dickinson's address. The Hutchinson family sang at the meeting. Garrison expects to have an interview with President Lincoln and othe important officials. He will stay with John Needles's son in Baltimore. William L. Garrison hopes that Fanny Garrison can come to Philadelphia. William L. Garrison comments: "I do not know how the Liberator will get along without me; but I know William will try to do what he can, and perhaps friend Whipple will kindly give some little additional attention."
Merrill, Walter M. Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, v.5, no.84.