Frederick Douglass Letters: Letter to Hannah Fuller, September 9, 1856

Letter from Frederick Douglass to Hannah Fuller, September 9, 1856

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Rochester Sept. 9th, 56.

All right Miss Hannah, the appointments are well and promptly made. I shall leave here for Skaneateles at 5. 45 minutes Saturday Morning. I cannot come a bit sooner. I am leaving to day to lecture in Livonia, shall lecture tomorrow in Elmira, and next day at Binghamton. Friday I shall come home - replenish my wardrobe, and be off again Sat morn, as above. I have my hands full just now. How my friend Pryne is paying me off for supporting Fremont. Garrison gave me a stab last week.

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