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Title:[Letter] 1841 Feb. 13 [to] B.R. Loxley / William C. Newell : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Newell, William C.
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Date: February 13, 1841
Extent: 2p
Summary:This document is a letter dated February 13, 1841 from B.R. Loxley to William C. Newell. The subject of the letter is obtaining a copy of Haven's Chark on the subject of Baptism.
Collection:William C. Newell
Box:New Accession
Folder:n/a
Document: sc250
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Morristown E Ten [East Tennessee] Oct [October] 22 1842
Mr B R Loxley
Dear Sir

Enclosed, I send you one Dollar Bk of the State of So Ca. [Southern California] I am desirous of obtaining Haven's Chark on the subject of Baptism, and I suppose it can be conveyed by mail safely if one without a back can be had and enclosed in strong paper. If they can be conveyed [added: in this manner] by mail without injury, I make no doubt many persons about here would purchase after having once seen one them

But if you have none [added: have none] on hand such [added: that] as can be sent by mail, and cannot obtain such without too much inconvenience please send me to the value of the bill in the Baptist Almanac & Register for 1843

Yours
William C Newell
[added: A. [unclear: no.bl ] pay to L.L. Whitaker 13th feb [February] 1841 Charleston as office in Charleston dated 13 feb 1841]



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To B.R. LoxleyPhiladelphiaPa



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