French women against slavery

July 18, 1851

A letter from Maria Weston Chapman, written to the editor of the Anti-Slavery Standard, gives encouraging word of a gathering of women with whom she met while in Paris.  They “communicate to the American Anti-Slavery Society their assurance of their warmest sympathy and purpose to aid us, as the way shall open, in every way in their power….You will hear further from these ladies…”

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