William Lloyd Garrison has received the letter containing the money repaid by Rev. George Porter. He complains that Peter Sinclair has failed to pay back the $20 that he borrowed. John Marshall Young is seeking employment. William Lloyd Garrison discusses Wendell Phillips's failure to answer Garrison's last letter about the proceedings in the Francis Jackson's bequest. William Lloyd Garrison is sending his correspondence with William Ingersoll Bowditch to J. M. M'Kim and Oliver Johnson to read. Garrison hoped that Bowditch "would evince a different spirit." He does not see what can be done about getting the bequest paid over to the New England Freedmen's Aid Commission. He remarks on how little J. M. M'Kim's efforts on behalf of the freedmen have been appreciated by the "Phillips clique." William Lloyd Garrison is recovering from an attack of influenza. There was a snowstorm today.