Thursday, June 1, 2017

Frederick Douglass to John Brown, February 27, 1858

Syracuse, Feb. 27, 1858.

My Dear Friend, — When we parted, we were to meet in Philadelphia on Friday, March 5. I write now to postpone going to Philadelphia until Wednesday, March 10. Please write me at Rochester if this will do, and if you wish me to come at that time. You can, I hope, find work enough in and about New York up to that date. Please make my warmest regards to Mrs. and Mr. Gloucester, and accept that and more for yourself.

Fred Douglass.
John Brown, Esq.

SOURCE: Franklin B. Sanborn, The Life and Letters of John Brown, p. 443

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