William Still, The Underground Railroad (Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, 1872), 333.
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BOSTON, Mass., Feb. 25th, 1857.
WILLIAM STILL Esq.: - Dear Sir - I have not heard from you for some time. I take this opportunity of writing you a few lines to let you and all know that I am well at present and thank God for it. Dear Sir, I bear that the under ground railroad was in operation. I am glad to hear that. Give my best respects to your family and also to Dr. L., Air. Warrick, Mr. Camp and familys, to Mr. Fisher, Mr. Taylor to all Friends names too numerous to mention. Please to let me know when the road arrived with another cargo. I want to come to see you all before long, if nothing happens and life lasts. Mrs. Gault requested me to learn of you if you ask Mr. Bagnal if he will see father and what he says about the children. Please to answer as soon as possible. No more at present from a friend,
THOMAS F. PAGE.