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Letter from Emily Robinson, Salem, O[hio], to Anne Warren Weston, July 22 / [18]55

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Robinson, Emily


Holograph, signed.Emily Robinson hesitates to ask Anne Warren Weston for contributions to her anti-slavery fair, but she considers it necessary on account of the poor "pecuniary prospects of the Western Society." The subscription list of the Anti-Slavery Bugle is lower than it has been for some time. The excessive handling of merchandise sent by Anne W. Weston tends to reduce its selling price. Emily Robinson writes: "We of the West feel that our field of labor is an important one---all who come from the East tell us so even magnify it in our own eyes--- ..."
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