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Title: [Letter] 1834 Jan. 17, Nashville [to] Rev[erend] Finis Ewing, Lexington, MO / T. C. Anderson : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Anderson, T. C.

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Date: January 17, 1834
Extent: 4p
Summary:This document is a letter, dated January 17, 1834, to Reverend Finis Ewing from T.C. Anderson, who worked in the office of the Revivalist, a publication of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. Anderson's letter is in reply to the reception of Ewing's most recent article for publication and also Ewing's expression of disapproval of a recently-published article by a man named Amicus. Anderson explains that Amicus had deceived him into thinking the article was approved by James Smith, Ewing's nephew and the Revivalist's editor.
Collection:Finis Ewing Papers

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