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Letter from Mary Weston to Deborah Weston, Friday 26 July [1839?]

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Holograph, signed.Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Bramhall went to Virginia; while staying at a plantation, they heard of the whipping of a female slave. Mary Weston has a bad cough. Mary Weston gives some family news. She describes Dr. Rutter, a minister from Dorchester. She discusses selling Mrs. Maria Weston Chapman's "Right and Wrong," preparing boxes for an anti-slavery fair, and collecting signatures for a petition. Mary Weston also tells about the different visits she has made.
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Text
Format:
Correspondence Manuscripts
Contributors:
Weston, Deborah, b. 1814
Created Date:
1839 07 26
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