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Title:[Letter] 1835 Dec. 24, Nashville [Tennessee] [to] Finis Ewing, Lexington, Missouri / Ja[me]s Smith : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Smith, Ja[me]s
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Date: December 24, 1835
Extent: 4p
Summary:This is a letter from Rev. James Smith to Rev. Finis Ewing, dated December 24, 1835. Smith is upset with Ewing's misinterpretation of Smith's opinions on methods of proper Baptism. Smith writes that he is unsure whether to take a loan, as interest will be charged, and he does not believe in usury. He is upset that Missouri allows usury. Smith updates Ewing on the progress of publishing some lectures. Smith teases Ewing for hiring someone to read the lectures to him.
Collection:Finis Ewing Papers
Box: I-A-4
Folder:17
Document:sl359
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