1 edition of [Letter to] Dear Mr. Quincy found in the catalog.
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Samuel May Jr. (Writer) expresses a regret that Edmund Quincy (Recipient) will be absent from the next Executive Committee meeting [of the American Antislavery Society] where important topics, some of which are related to the National Anti-Slavery Standard, would be discussed. He also talks about Oliver Johnson?s suggestion that they promote the Standard by advertising it as being recommended to him by esteemed publishers. Writer then urges Recipient to attend the upcoming meeting in Abington, where Recipient will be needed in the capacity of a speaker and presiding officer. Next, he mentions the fact that Boston Public Schools included Daniel Webster?s work in their gifts to their teachers, and says more valuable books are not appreciated by the public. Finally, he asks Recipient about the authorship of a certain article that Recipient said he did not write but people continue to believe he did. In the postscript, Writer says he wouldn?t ask Recipient to go to Ohio if he does not feel comfortable about it, and that they will have to do the next best thing for their Ohio friends.
|Contributions||Quincy, Edmund, 1808-1877, recipient|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 leaf (4 p.) ;|
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