Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Boston, to Samuel May, March 18, 1859
Garrison sends a newspaper clipping from the "Boston Daily Advertiser" that announces the appointment of the new trustees of the Francis Jackson bequest. He says that the new trustees must formally accept the trust in writing and that he has been collecting the signatures. Garrison suggests Samuel E. Sewall as chairman of the next meeting of the trustees. He refers to a letter that he received from May about the anti-slavery subscriptions festival.