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THE ANTI SLAVERY APOSTLES
PUBLISHED BY THE AUTHOR
PRICE $1.50 BY MAIL, $1.63
Also for sale by CUPPLES, UPHAM & CO., SCHOOL ST., BOSTON, MASS.
Extract of Letter from Wendell Phillips just a Month before his Death:
Jan. 3rd, 1884.
DEAR PILLSBURY:- Grover tells me you are not well, I am very sorry; but you must
hasten to get well, for there are very few of the Apostles left, and we can't spare you
yet from this scene.
I was reading your volume, and meaning to write you when I had finished - but
rather now, to tell you how much gratified I have been with it. Old scenes freshened,
and half forgotten points brought out and set in fitting light. That Beach matter is re-
markably well told, and the attitude of the church thoroughly examined, and arraigned.
Thanks. * * * * I hope you will take excellent care of yourself and give us
another volume, carrying on and filling out the picture. With warmest regards to our
wife and daughter,
2 July, 1884.
My dear friend May - It is long
since we have exchaged sig
nals [signals]. I have seen something
and suffered much in the time.
Mr. Phillips has passed away, soon
followed by Mr. & Mrs. Wallcut,
Mr. Whipple has removed to
New York, and now, what is
left for me in that once dear
est [dearest] city to my heart, in bothe
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We are all in usual health. I am
lower in avoirdupoise than at any
time in half of a
century, and am
not quite as
two years ago.
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My very kindest
Mrs. May and the family