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Letter from Caroline Weston to Deborah Weston, [not before 1840 Dec. 7]

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Holograph, signed.The letter from Caroline Weston to Deborah Weston is on pages 2-3 of this manuscript. Caroline Weston writes that she doubts that the society collected $700 at their fair, and calculates the expenses that would offset such a gain. She counsels Deborah in regard to the New Bedford [anti-slavery] fair. Mrs. Maria W. Chapman has verses in the Liberator; "she made the greater part of the last Lib[erator] herself." Anne W. Weston wrote a very good sonnet.On pages 1 and 4 of this manuscript, there is a separate letter to Dear Friend and signed Maria W. Chapman (but not in her handwriting). Chapman petitions for money for the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society in the cause of human freedom.
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