In this letter, James Miller M'Kim writes to Caroline Weston: "Mr. Phillips amazes me with his recklessness of assertion." He mentions Parker Pillsbury, Stephen S. Foster, and James Redpath with sarcastic allusions to French revolutionists. If the [American] Anti-Slavery Society "continues in active existence, it will be a political club, not a great moral association. Mr. Phillips settled its character when he insisted upon a vote on his ultra anti-Lincoln resolution." J. Miller M'Kim wants to know Maria Weston Chapman's stand on the Fremont question."
The letterhead on page one of this manuscript is: Freedmen's Relief Association, No. 424 Walnut Street, Philadelphia
Includes an accompanying envelope with the delivery address: Miss Caroline Weston, Weymouth, Mass