Four-page letter from Francis Jackson, Charles T. Hildreth, Thomas B. Sewall, and Ellis Gray Loring of Boston [Massachusetts] to Abbott Lawrence inquiring about his political position on slavery in the United States Congress.
Six-page letter from J. H. Stringfellow, Virginian slave owner and resident of Atchinson [Kansas], to a political leader [probably Kansas Territory Governor Robert J. Walker] in oppostition to the adoption of the Lecompton Constitution.
Four-page letter dated January 18, 1852, from L. [Lysander] Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts] to [George] Bradburn, regarding a letter from Mrs. [Frances] Bradburn delivered to a Miss Hinkely and discussing political relations between Russia and...
Three-page letter dated April 23, 1853, from L. [Lysander] Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts] to [George] Bradburn, discussing the controversy between [Horace] Mann and [Wendell] Phillips and Bradburn's political prospects.
Three-page letter dated June 30, 1853, from L. [Lysander] Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts] to [George] Bradburn, disucssing the travels of Mrs. [Frances] Bradburn, the political stance of Horace Mann, and other ablolitionist news.
Two-page response letter from Abott Lawrence to Francis Jackson, Charles T. Hildreth, Thomas B. Sewall, and Ellis Gray Loring of Boston [Massachusetts] regarding his political position on slavery in the United States Congress.
Eight-page letter from Westport, Missouri, regarding the Constitutional Convention for the future State of Kansas, in which two constitutions, one 'with slavery' and one 'without slavery', were under consideration. Includes accusations of political...
Abolitionists--Massachusetts--Boston; Abolitionists--Illinois--Chicago; Antislavery movements--United States
Three-page letter dated April 22, 1861, from Wm. [William] Brackett in Chicago [Illinois], to Lysander Spooner [of Boston, Massachusetts], giving his opinion of several pamphlets by Spooner and the political mood of Chicago.
Abbott states disappointment with LeGallienne's poem for the first issue of The Comrade. Used Markham's poem in its place; enclosed $10 payment. Abbott also expresses displeasure with the first issue due to various obstacles.
Fulton, Robert, 1765-1815; Morris, Gouverneur, 1752-1816; Hudson River; Correspondence; Revenue; New York (State); Erie Canal;
Page twelve of the pamphlet consisting of a letter written by Robert Fulton to Gouverneur Morris dated February 22d, 1814 with the response by Morris dated March 3, 1814. Fulton and Morris, both supporters of the canal, exchanged letters on the...