May 8, 1863
Signed by W. L. G., Jr., he writes for woman’s rights. “The agitation of the negro’s rights, and the discussion of the rights of woman, have from the beginning gone hand in hand. What natural alliance could be closer? The advocates of each have been forced to occupy common ground, because the claims of both the negro and woman are based upon the same general principles, and the success of one necessitates the progress of the other.