William Lloyd Garrison tells about disagreeable trip in a sleeping car on his train to New York City. He went from New York to Philadelphia, where he called on the Mc'Kims. Wendell Phillips Garrison and Lucy McKim will be married on the 6th or 7th of December. Garrison tells about the National Freedmen's Relief Commission. He praises Bishop Matthew Simpson. Garrison does not like to be one of a group of speakers; he prefers to be alone on the platform. He saw Lucretia Mott last evening and "she was looking very saintly, and as growing more and more fit for her heavenly translation."
Merrill, Walter M. Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, v.5, no.128.