Death of a Meritorious Female Abolitionist
Our heart is sad — our breast is filled with melancholy emotions, on perusing the following letter, which contains tidings of the most painful. ELIZABETH M. CHANDLER is a name not familiar either to the eye or the ear even of abolitionists; and yet there is not a female in the United States who as labored so assiduously, or written so copiously, in the cause of the oppressed, or who has such claims upon the gratitude and admiration of the colored people of this country and their advocates, as this departed friend ……………She has contributed many articles to the columns of the Liberator, which have obtained wide circulation. She was a prodigy in literature and philanthropy…………..
(Liberator, Nov 29, 1834, pg 3)