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Letter from Sarah Pugh, Park St., Bristol, [England], to Maria Weston Chapman and Emma Forbes Weston, August 31, [18]52

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Notes:
Holograph, signed.
Sarah Pugh's stay in Dublin was prolonged because of the promised visit of the Estlins. Mary Estlin brought the "Report" to be printed. Richard Davis Webb will print the Anti-Slavery Advocate and act as its editor temporarily. Sarah Pugh tells about a tour to the south of Ireland with the Estlins and Richard Davis Webb. In Cork, they visited the Jennings family, where "Miss Isabel [was] given up to F. Douglass & Mesmerism." In Dublin, they met Eliza Wigham and "her no less noble sister Mary Edmondson." Sarah Pugh comments on the healthy appearance of the Irish country people. Now Sarah Pugh is the Estlins' guest in Bristol, where she warmly appreciates their hospitality and their "Anti-Slavery and other good works."
Language:
English
Identifier:
2810509
Call #:
Ms.A.9.2 v.26, p.52
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39999066783653
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