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Searing, Mary. Letter to Amy Kirby Post.

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be enabled to show to the world that their abhorance of the system of Slavery was not all idle talk but firm conviction of right & that now although not aides and abettors in this system yet they are willing ^to^ spend and he spent in assisting the government to throw off this [job?] and in the [illegible] of this people Therefore I think they should endeavor to be as economical as they can in order to hold out. I could not If different arrangements can be made and government as the [illegible]slavery society then it best [illegible] an other person, I would be willing to go if no other person offered, had I [therein?] there will, I feel that I stand partially accepted for services at Port Royal E [Howland?] and myself expected to go before this but her mother broke her arm, and detained her, and I & [J May?] thought it best be postponed.

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