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PUBLISHED BY SIMPKIN, MARSHALL, AND CO.,
STATIONERS' HALL COURT,
ROBERT PILTER, HUDDERSFIELD.
2 to 1.496.
TO MESSRS. JOSEPH WEBB AND THOMAS
MALLINSON, OF HUDDERSFIELD.
New York, Nov. 8th, 1847.
MY DEAR BRETHREN,
It has been suggested by some of my friends, that a short account of my late yoyage, and of my reception in America, would be the most acceptable Preface I could write for my Fifth Voluine of Letters. As the English public have already been made acquainted with the proceedings at my “farewell meetings” in Sheffield, Birmingham, and Liverpool, a repetition of them here will hardly be considered necessary. It is, however, my intention, should life be spared, to publish “in due course," my letters descriptive of these neverto-be-forgotten services. Let it suffice for the
present to say,
that on the 20th day of July, 1847, after taking a most tender farewell of a large number of precious