Copy of letter, in the hand of another person. Whereabouts of original manuscript unknown.
William Lloyd Garrison answers an inquiry about Dr. Lees, a temperance lecturer. Garrison asks why Senator Henry Wilson spoke at an American Anti-Slavery Society anniversary meeting, "after the many and cruel assaults upon him by W.P. and the Standard." Garrison went to see J. M. M'Kims and Wendell Phillips Garrison in Orange, New Jersey. Garrison sat for the sculptor [John] Rogers. Garrison heard Octavius Brooks Frothingham preach in New York. There was a rain storm. Garrison passed a Sunday evening with Phoebe and Alice Cary. He met Horace Greeley there, who had recently attacked Garrison's views. Susan B. Anthony came in just as Garrison was leaving.