Letter from Elizabeth Pease Nichol, Manchester, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison and Nathaniel Peabody Rogers, 31st July 
Elizabeth Pease Nichol writes William Lloyd Garrison and Nathaniel Peabody Rogers of her pleasure at the reception they have received in Darlington, but notes her shame at the welcome accorded to them by the English abolitionists in London, and unfavorably compares the English abolitionist fervor with that of Scotland (and the "half-Scotch" Darlington). Pease Nichol invites Garrison and Rogers to pay her a visit, and notes that her mother will be staying in London "until the middle or end of next week".
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Manuscript annotated on recto, with "90" appearing in pencil upon top-left of page, "July 31, 1840." appearing in pencil on the top-left of the page, and "Garrison MSS." stamped in blue ink to the right of Pease Nichol's salutation to Garrison and Rogers.