Letter from Elizabeth Pease Nichol, [Glasgow, Scotland], to William Lloyd Garrison, April 29 1860
Elizabeth Pease Nichol thanks William Lloyd Garrison for his previous letter, and states that the consolations and sympathies of her loved ones have come to possess "more & more influence" upon her as time progresses. Nichol assures Garrison that her mourning for her deceased husband will not be indefinite, and commits herself to obviating the "suffering & deprivations" of her "fellow creatures", asserting that such would have been the wishes of John Pringle Nichol. Nichol provides instruction for the delivery of her subscription to the Liberator. Nichol expresses her hopes that Garrison will voyage to England again.
Title devised by cataloger.
Manuscript annotated on recto, with "To W. L. Garrison." appearing in pencil on upper-left margin of page, and "Garrison MSS." stamped in blue ink in center of page above letterhead.
Manuscript annotated on verso, with "MS. A.1.2 V.41 P.50(b)" appearing in pencil upon bottom-right margin of page.