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Letter from Harriet Lupton, Headingley, [England], to Mary Anne Estlin

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Lupton, Harriet


Holograph, signed.Title devised by cataloger.Harriet Lupton writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to obtaining a copy of her report on the extract of "Mr. Estlin's interesting letter." Lupton could tell that from F. Douglass's report the American & Foreign Anti-Slavery Society has given "more proof than previous years of vitality" and draws Estlin's attention to the account of the annual meeting in Douglass's paper. The free labor movement calls attention to the existence of slavery and certain statements are now the common places of anti-slavery speeches, such as the church is "the bulwark of slavery-which must nevertheless be very awakening to those who hear them for the first time." Harriet Lupton writes a second letter to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to sending Mrs. Ford and Mrs. Ward and others a copy of her society's report. She has included postage for her to send these reports to the ladies.
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