Seneca Falls, N. Y. Jan 3, 1843
Dear Br. Scott,
It was with unfeigned pleasure I read the True Wesleyan. I rejoice that there are some still left among the Methodist clergy, who are willing to make sacrifices in behalf of the truth and the slave.
There are quite a number here who have withdrawn their fellowship and support from a slave-holding and slavery-defending church and are waiting the opening of providence in their behalf.
Though the times are very hard here, I have been able to obtain ten subscribers fro the True Wesleyan.
I remain yours for God and the oppressed,
(The True Wesleyan, January 28, 1843. Vol 1)
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