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s and Duc de Chartres, at the house of Mr. and Mrs. Auguste Laugel, the latter a daughter of Mrs. Chapman.
In addition to all these occupations, Mr. Garrison was besieged by callers at his lodgings,sul at London (Mr. Morse), and by a number of anti-slavery friends who were happily in London—Mrs. Chapman's daughters and the Rev. William Henry Channing being among these, while Miss Sarah Remond, Bovement in America, and in extolling Lucretia Mott, the Grimkes, Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Child, and Mrs. Chapman, he did not forget to name also the clear-sighted Elizabeth
Ante, 1.146. Heyrick of England.oon propose to go up the mountains with you!—I who cannot stand for two minutes.
How happy Mrs. Chapman is about her daughter's
Maria W. Chapman. Edward Dicey. engagement to Mr. Dicey!
It is suchMaria W. Chapman. Edward Dicey. engagement to Mr. Dicey!
It is such a happiness to see that old friend of ours happy!
I think her, as I always did, the greatest woman I ever heard or read of. She is still the great blessing of my life.
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