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Letter from Fanny N. Tribe, Kingsdown, Bristol, [England], to Maria Weston Chapman, 11th June '52

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Tribe, Fanny N

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Holograph, signed.Fanny N. Tribe's sister wants to secure a position as a governness, preferably in Paris. Fanny tells of her efforts to overcome the local prejudice against William Lloyd Garrison. She says that the anti-slavery "Bath ladies" learned their abolitionism from Charles Stuart and J. Scoble. Fanny speaks of leaving Bristol. She feels encouraged about the progress of the cause in Bristol. She says that Mary Estlin is overworked. She praises the pamphlets of Edmund Quincy and Richard D. Webb. She is looking forward to the visit of Sarah Pugh. She mentions her approaching marriage to Mr. Seaton. She will move to Hull.
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