Frederick Douglass


Correspondence of Frederick Douglass in his role as U.S. Marshal.

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Washington D.C., March 13, 1878.

Hon. AG. Riddle,

My Dear Sir,

I am very much obliged by the receipt of a Copy of your address on the late Hon. Geo.W. Paschal. It is an eloquent tribute of respect, affection and friendship to the deceased, and I doubt not [___________]. I listened to it with close attention as it fell from your lips, and am now glad to have it in pamphlet form.

With Respect and Esteem

Yours Truly

Fredk. Douglass




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