Post, Amy Kirby. Letter to Isaac Post.
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used to on the Antislavery platform and I was rejoiced to find her when again her husband followed in a few pertinant remarks commenced half past nine o'clock, but was well received. Lucy's pathetic [frights/flights?], touches the hearts of the people as well as her arguments the intellect - I hope Anna Dickinson will come before the subject is ended - there is some hopes of its being left to the Women to vote upon it next June - whether they will accept it or not - which I hope will be done - then if a majority of us reject the boon, we will have a twenty years more of labors and waiting - Susan is here - it seems that she & Mrs Stanton were here at the time we were first notified and spoke before a committee of the whole, but the papers were as they are this morning silent as the grave upon it - when will party politicks learn to be just be of good cheer. I think to be home tomorrow eve