Millard Fillmore and the Unitarians

May 10, 1861

A letter to Garrison is signed “M”.  The author decries the information that Millard Fillmore has accepted an invitation to preside at the Unitarian’s Annual Festival, to be held in Boston.  “And is this the man to be brought to Boston, and set in a high position of religious confidence and honor?  He is an enemy of Freedom and of the free North. Instead of being drawn into a post of honor, he should be consigned to oblivion, or the pitying scorn of every friend of liberty…”