<p style='text-align: justify;'> Letter from Thomas Pringle to Mary Anne Rawson, informing her that he will not be able to contribute to her book: 'I regret much that very little is at this moment in my power. I have not a line on slavery that has not been already in print and my time is so engrossed by my immediate duties that I have little hope of being able to contribute any thing at all worthy of your acceptance, ...'. Also, Pringle recommended his friend Richard Hill, a very accomplished anti-slavery campaigner and poet, as a possible contributor to her book. </p>
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