Letter from Elizabeth Pease Nichol, Darlington, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, [May] 23. 1848
Elizabeth Pease Nichols writes William Lloyd Garrison with "feelings of sorrow & sympathy" concerning the death of Garrison's infant daughter, Elizabeth Pease Garrison. Pease Nichols relays her concern to Garrison over having learned of his bout of influenza in the pages of the Liberator, and advises that he consider hydrotherapy treatments. Pease Nichols writes of the progress being made in Great Britain of the antislavery cause.
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Manuscript annotated on recto, with "24" appearing in pencil on top-left margin of page above Pease Nichol's salutation to Garrison, "Elizabeth Pease to W. L. Garrison" appearing in black ink on the top-right margin of page above letterhead date, and "Garrison MSS." stamped in blue ink on top-right margin of page underneath letterhead date.
Manuscript dated "5 mo. 23. 1848".
Manuscript addressed on verso to "Wm Lloyd Garrison 21 Cornhill Boston Massts".
Manuscript verso adorned with three overlapping postage stamps in blue and black ink.