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Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, 22 Southampton Street, Bloomsbury, W.C., London, [England], to Helen Eliza Garrison, July 26, 1867

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William Lloyd Garrison writes: "Our contemplated trip to the Highlands was completely baffled in consequence of the cold, rainy, dismal state of the weather." Fanny Garrison Villard was glad to get back to London. William Lloyd Garrison describes the residence of Arthur F. Stoddard, a nephew of Arthur Tappan. Garrison complains of the high cost of traveling. He met Andrew Paton in Glasgow and was told that Catherine Paton was in poor health. Garrison urges his wife, Mrs. Helen Eliza Garrison, to continue with Miss Houghton's treatment. Garrison cannot make definite plans concerning his European trip on account of Henry Villard's father's illness. Fanny Villard will probably not return to Boston with him. William L. Garrison will come home sooner in order to save money. Sarah P. Remond, Mary A. Estlin, and Mrs. George Thompson have called on him.
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Ms.A.1.1 v.7, p.49B