William Lloyd Garrison asks Oliver Johnson to correct the phraseology of his article, "Education at the South," that is about to be published in the Independent. William Lloyd Garrison says that no reply to Garrison's defense of the disposition of Francis Jackson's bequest has yet to appear in the National Anti-Slavery Standard. Garrison believes that Wendell Phillips "means to keep silent about it. It will be his wisest and most sagacious coup. I shall really be glad to have it end thus."