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was to land in England. W. H. Ashurst wrote to Mr. Garrison on October 13, 1851, that a common friend, of Lib. 21.179. weight, had put in his hands for Kossuth Ashurst was a particular friend of the Italian patriots of the revolutionary era. I spent a part of a day last summer at his house at Muswell Hill, wrote Elizabeth Pease to Mr. Garrison on July 9, 1852, which brought vividly before me the happy evening we passed there in 1840 [cf. ante, 2: 377, 390]. I had the treat of meeting Mazzini—a truly great man as he appears in his present position, and I cannot but entertain the hope that he would stand the test of a visit to America, though Kossuth has proved so fearfully recreant to principle (Ms. and Lib. 22: [123]). See the pointing of this contrast after Kossuth's return to England in Lib. 24: 113, 125, 126. a packet describing with faithfulness and correctness the true state of the slave question in the States. On November 4, James Haughton sent through Charles Gilpin a