Correspondence, Volume 2 (Unpublished--To Transcribe)

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J[ames] D. Bonner to Frederick Douglass, July 9, 1854

J[ames] D. Bonner to Frederick Douglass, July 9, 1854

J[ames] D. Bonner to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 21 July 1854. Eulogizes Chicago agitator James H. Collins, who died of cholera.

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J[ames] D. B[onner] to Frederick Douglass, January 28, 1855

J[ames] D. B[onner] to Frederick Douglass, January 28, 1855

J[ames] D. B[onner] to Frederick Douglass. PLIr: Frederick DouglassP, 9 February 1855. Expresses concern over the political direction of the Illinois legislature; fears the passage of laws that will hurt blacks.

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J[ames] R[awson] Johnson to Frederick Douglass, April 26, 1854

J[ames] R[awson] Johnson to Frederick Douglass, April 26, 1854

J[ames] R[awson] Johnson to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick Douglass P, 12 May 1854. Proposes unifying both sides of the Consitutition-as-proslavery-document-debate; suggests solidifying a platform for the next election.

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J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass, July 1, 1854

J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass, July 1, 1854

J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass. PLIr: FPD, 14 July 1854. Quotes a friend’s letter to illustrate his belief that Christianity cannot truly spread through the world until all the world is liberated; uses the war in Hungary as an example.

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J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass, July 1, 1854

J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass, July 1, 1854

J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass. PLIr: FPD, 14 July 1854. Quotes a friend’s letter to illustrate his belief that Christianity cannot truly spread through the world until all the world is liberated; uses the war in Hungary as an example.

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J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass, July 21, 1854

J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass, July 21, 1854

J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass. PLIr: Frederick DouglassP, 28 July 1854. Endorses Abram Pryne to succeed Gerrit Smith in United States Congress.

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J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass, June 12, 1857

J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass, June 12, 1857

J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick Douglass P, 12 June 1857. States that the Radical Abolitionist party of New York refuses to accept the Dred Scott Decision.

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J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass, June 15, 1854

J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass, June 15, 1854

J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass. PLIr: Frederick Douglass P, 4 August 1854. Suggests a conference be held to discuss how best to defeat slavery in the upcoming presidential election.

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J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass, March 12, 1855

J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass, March 12, 1855

J[ames] R[awson] J[ohnson] to Frederick Douglass. PLIr: Frederick DouglassP, 30 March 1855. Argues for stronger efforts at the ballot box to engender confidence among abolitionists.

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J[ames] W. C. Pennington to Frederick Douglass, February 23, 1855

J[ames] W. C. Pennington to Frederick Douglass, February 23, 1855

J[ames] W. C. Pennington to Frederick Douglass. PLSr: Frederick DouglassP, 23 February 1855. Defends himself from accusations of harboring proslavery sentiments.

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