d welcome a letter–not, though, if you are going to give orders that I should not see it. That I call abominable!
How delighted Garrison will be to hear of Geo. Thompson in Parliament.
Thompson was elected from the London district of the Tower Hamlets, on a platform calling for the separation of Church and State, free trade,Thompson was elected from the London district of the Tower Hamlets, on a platform calling for the separation of Church and State, free trade, universal suffrage, etc. (Lib. 17: 50, 126, 138). Tell your Geo. he must get up early to keep up
G. T. G. with his great namesake; and you may add to Wendy, that I
W. P. G. shall end in being nothing, and we look to him to exert himself and keep up the honor of the name.
Ann hopes Elizabeth has done well and you've got many
n hospitably entertained by Hamilton Hill, the Treasurer of the Institution, an English gentleman, who formerly resided in London, and is well acquainted with George Thompson and other anti-slavery friends.
He is a very worthy man, and his lady is an amiable woman. . . . We dined yesterday with Prof. Hudson, and were invited to di