John H. Mann to Frederick Douglass, 28 January 1853

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John H. Mann to Frederick Douglass, 28 January 1853

John H. Mann to Frederick Douglass, 28 January 1853

Article 1 Page 1 of 1 Frederick Douglass' Paper, January 28, 1853; Issue 6; col G F. Douglass John S. Mann Category: News

JOURNAL OFFICE, COUDERSPORT POTTER CO. PA., JAN. 19

DEAR SIR:- I enclose [$2:?] please send me one copy of "Autographs for Freedom," [gilt?]. There will be a balance of one dollar, which you may hand to Treasurer of the Ladies' Anti-Slavery Sewing Society. I am much interested in the Society and would be glad to increase my contribution, but have not the means.

Your paper has become one of the most important advocates of the cause of humanity, and I am heartily glad at every indication of its success. It is because the Ladies Sewing Society has rendered such efficient aid in the support of your paper, that I am so much interested in it. Yours truly JHON S. MANN

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