Letter from Samuel M. Loveridge to T.Z.R. Jones
Loveridge, Samuel M.
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Sam Loveridge writes to T.Z.R. Jones, lamenting that Jones along with his associate Samuel Graves cancelled their insurance policies with Loveridge. In contrast to the possible pro-slavery motive behind John Ransom’s cancellation of his scholarship detailed in Letter 305, Sam Loveridge renews his scholarship to the College, reflecting that the “land of Liberty” hypocritically contains “3,000,000 of slaves.”
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