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Title:[Letter] 1836 Nov. 5, Nashville [Tennessee] [to] Finis Ewing, Lexington, M[issouri] / Ja[me]s Smith : a machine readable transcription of an image
Author:Smith, James

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Date: March 5, 1836
Extent: 4p
Summary:This is a letter dated March 5, 1836. It is to Rev. Finis Ewing from Rev. James Smith. Smith writes that the Presbyterian camp meetings in Tennessee are going well. He mentions some conversions. Smith explains that he has not written to Ewing in a while because he has been very busy with work. Smith asks Ewing to contact Rev. Lowry for him. He has not heard from him in a while and is worried. Smith writes that Ewing's letters are highly prized by Smith and his congregation. He publishes them in the Revivalist, a periodical of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church.
Collection:Finis Ewing Papers

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