The Crafts in England with Lady Byron

William Crafts, the Boston fugitive, writes a long article in the Morning Advertiser, in reply to some strictures in Dickens’ Household Words, on Slavery. It seems that among the chief patrons of Crafts and his wife, in England, are Lady Byron and her daughter, Lady Lovelace. 

                                                        (Liberator, October  15,1852, pg 3)