Frederick Douglass' Paper
Unsigned Reprint
Rochester: 22 April 1853

Mrs. Stowe

  We hope this lady, who has so ingeniously represented the virtues and wrongs of the colored people in our southern States, will be disposed to do equal justice towards the oppressed white people of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, whom she is about to visit. We shall anxiously look for the first volume of "Patrick's Shanty." It is no doubt very different from the palace of the Duchess of Sutherland, but it will be as worthy of illustration, at least, as "Uncle Tom's Cabin."—Prov. Post.