Letter from Elizabeth Pease Nichol, London, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 18 July 
Elizabeth Pease Nichol informs William Lloyd Garrison of her need for the return of a certain letter. Referencing potential publication of the reply to this letter, Pease Nichol opines that it would be wiser to refrain from mentioning "any particular letter" itself, and focus instead on "certain changes which have been stated as the grounds of division". Nichol refers to a dispute she had with Martha V. Ball. Pease Nichol states her trust that Garrison is finding enjoyment in the "free & genial atmosphere of Scotland", and expresses optimism for the abolitionist cause in Great Britain, declaring that "every day tells of friends gone over" to the cause. Pease Nichol inquires of Garrison the current state of the American Colonization Society, and whether or not it is hindering the anti-slavery cause in the United States.
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Manuscript annotated on recto, with "To W. L. Garrison" appearing in pencil on top-left of page, "July 18, 1840" appearing in pencil on the top-right of page, and "Garrison MSS." stamped in blue ink on top-right of page.
Manuscript addressed from "2 Christopher St. Finsbury, London".