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Mott, Lucretia to Wright, Martha, Roadside, 1858 8mo 29

 Item — Box: 2
Identifier: A00181938
Scope and Contents 4 pages. Written from Roadside. Details recent events and news concerning family and friends. References the circulation of correspondence. Briefly mentions an upcoming Quarterly Meeting and Rachel Wilson Moore's Meeting at Niagara.

Subjects: Personal correspondence; Collyer, Robert, 1823-1912

Relevant locations: Cheltenham (Pa.)
Dates: 1858 8mo 29

Mott, Lucretia to Wright, Martha, Philadelphia, 1858 9mo 1

 Item — Box: 2
Identifier: A00181939
Scope and Contents 2 pages. Describes the family and friends she interacted with and the meeting she attended while staying in Mount Holly, New Jersey. Discusses the circulation of correspondence.

Subjects: Personal correspondence; Quakers

Relevant locations: Philadelphia (Pa.); Mount Holly (N.J.)
Dates: 1858 9mo 1

Mott, Lucretia to Wright, Martha, Roadside, 1858 9mo 10

 Item — Box: 2
Identifier: A00181940
Scope and Contents 8 pages. Written from Roadside. Details recent events and news concerning family and friends. References the circulation of correspondence. Discusses the misrepresentation of reform movements in the press. Recounts her attendance at multiple crowded antislavery meetings and the speeches of Rachel Barker, Robert Collyer, and others. Speaks extensively of her nephew Ellis Yarnall and his new wife Margaret Harrison Yarnall. George Combe has recently died. Mentions correspondence from Elizabeth...
Dates: 1858 9mo 10

Mott, Lucretia & Brown, Anna Temple to Wright, Martha, Roadside, 1858 10mo 14

 Item — Box: 2
Identifier: A00181941
Scope and Contents 12 pages. Pages 1-11 were written by Lucretia Mott; the letter written by Anna Coffin Temple Brown begins on page 11. Details recent events and news concerning family and friends. References the circulation of correspondence. Recounts attending multiple antislavery/general meetings and the participation of Rachel Barker, who "preached powerfully," Robert Collyer, James Miller McKim, and others. Discusses Henry Bleby. Discusses to varying degrees Rachel Barker, Antoinette Brown Blackwell, Susan...
Dates: 1858 10mo 14

Mott, Lucretia to All at Home, Baltimore, 1858 10mo 27

 Item — Box: 2
Identifier: A00181942
Scope and Contents 4 pages. Last paragraph written by Anna Mott Hopper. Discusses family and friends and references the circulation of correspondence. Describes participating in meetings in Baltimore concerning abolition, saying, "Radical preaching seems to suit the people, and good feeling prevails." Mentions attending a large meeting with African Americans, as well as sermons by Miriam Gover, Joshua Foulke, Ann Weaver, and Louisa Steer. Individuals who also attended meetings included John Needles, Chalkley and...
Dates: 1858 10mo 27

Mott, Lucretia to Wright, Martha, Roadside, 1858 11mo 3

 Item — Box: 2
Identifier: A00181943
Scope and Contents 4 pages. Written from her son-in-law Edward Hopper's house. Discusses recent events and news concerning family and friends. Anna Mott Hopper and Lucretia Mott have returned from attending antislavery meetings in Baltimore, with Elizabeth Cady Stanton accompanying them. Describes Elizabeth Cady Stanton's visit and the theft of her belongings that were left in Thomas Mott's store. Discusses H. W. Bucher's lecture and recounts a discussion about religious orthodoxy. Mentions an Executive Committee...
Dates: 1858 11mo 3

Mott, Lucretia to Brown, Anna Temple, Wayside, 1858 11mo 5

 Item — Box: 2
Identifier: A00181944
Scope and Contents 2 pages. Written from Wayside. Discusses recent events and news concerning family and friends. Elizabeth Cady Stanton is corresponding with Thomas Mott about the theft of her belongings from his store while she was visiting with Lucretia Mott. Mentions the recent elections, a speech by William Henry Seward, recent newspaper articles, and women's rights. Says she has "become quite a defender" of Lucy Stone's right to use her maiden name.Subjects: Stanton, Elizabeth Cady, 1815-1902;...
Dates: 1858 11mo 5

Mott, Lucretia to Anna, Roadside, 1858 11mo 26

 Item — Box: 2
Identifier: A00181945
Scope and Contents 8 pages. Written from Roadside. Probably addressed to her niece Anna Coffin Temple Brown. Discusses recent events and news concerning family and friends. References the circulation of correspondence. Describes her interaction with lecturer George W. Curtis, as well as her participation in the Fair Circles. Mentions an Executive Committee.

Subjects: Curtis, George William, 1824-1892; Personal correspondence

Relevant locations: Cheltenham (Pa.)
Dates: 1858 11mo 26