Letter from Eliza Wigham, Edinburgh, to Samuel May, 11.IV.63
Miss Wigham wants to know why Tennessee should be re-admitted to the Union without the emancipation of its slaves. She sends the text of a speech of the Duke of Argyle and refers May to a speech by Earl Russell. Miss Wigham asks for photographs of William Lloyd Garrison.
Title supplied by cataloger.
Addressed from 5 Gray Street, Edinburgh to 221 Washington Street, Boston.
Envelope includes original postage stamp.
May's writing on the envelope reads, "Rec'd April 28 / 63."
In notes on the inner flap of the envelope, Miss WIgham asks May to remember her to various American friends and to forward a letter to Mrs. Child.