April 30, 1852
Parker Pillsbury writes that “we have just closed a fatiquing and every way trying campaign in Maine. “In Portland we had meetings of a truly cheering character. ..we had some disturbance, though slight compared with what we often encounter….In Bath we good meetings, and found a few excellent and good friends … In Saco and Biddeford, we encountered, literally, a flood of opposition…”
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