Holograph, signed with initials.
William Lloyd Garrison tells about a party at Rachel Moore's home in Germantown. He praises the kindness of James and Lucretia Mott, who came to see him. He regrets the dissension in the anti-slavery ranks. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Harry Love made him feel very much at home. Garrison mentions "Uncle Henry" (probably Henry Anthony). He called on Charles Sumner, who very shortly plans to give a speech on universal suffrage. It has been raining heavily. Garrison tells about Fanny and Henry Villard's house.