William Lloyd Garrison has heard nothing more from William Ingersoll Bowditch concerning Francis Jackson's bequest. The New England Freedmen's Aid Commission has drawn up a demand "for the payment of the legacy into the treasury of the Commission." He thinks that the court will have to enforce its decree. William L. Garrison encloses a letter to Aaron M. Powell, in answer to one of his. He asks if J. M. M'Kim has heard whether Mary A. Estlin plans to visit the United States. He expects Richard Davis Webb to arrive about the first of June. William L. Garrison comments briefly on a portrait of Ulysses S. Grant by Marshall and on Wendell Phillips's charge that Grant is a drunkard.