Letter from Mrs. Douglass

December 2, 1853

A letter to Garrison, from Anna Douglass, requesting that he publish her letter, in which she states, that “it is not true, that the presence of a certain person in the office of Frederick Douglass causes unhappiness in his family”.  Garrison’s introduction to the letter, doubts that she means to affirm “deliberately” that there has been no unhappiness created in her family in regard to the person alluded to, “though there may be no cause for any such feeling at the present time.”

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