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published this week in the Villager: -Thou will see by the Villager of last week what we are doing about the Ten Hour Law. That must be a point in our elections this fall — I think we can carry it through the next legislature.
I hope thou will be able to go to the Dist.
Convention at Lowell tomorrow.
Our del. is instructed to go for thee as one of the delegates to Pittsburg.
We shall be glad to see thee at any time.
Ever thine, J. G. W.
On application to the Hon. George W. Cate, he has refreshed my memory in regard to the details of the strike which led to this ten-hour agitation, and they are as follows:--
Your memory of Mr. Whittier's position in regard to strikes is correct.
At the time of the Derby turnout, or strike, at Amesbary, which was many years ago, in 1852 I think, Mr. Whittier was in full sympathy with the strikers.
I think the particulars of the turnout were given quite fully by C. D. Wright.
At that time, all the people who were empl