1 edition of [Letter to] Rev. A. A. Phelps, Dear Brother found in the catalog.
Written in English
In this letter to Amos A. Phelps, Lewis Tappan discusses the money collected for the Amistad captives. He reports on the amount received and how it was disbursed.
|Other titles||Amos A. Phelps Correspondence (1821-1847) (Boston Public Library)|
|Contributions||Phelps, Amos A. (Amos Augustus), 1805-1847, recipient|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 leaf (2 p.) ;|
LATTER DAY SAINTS' MESSENGER AND ADVOCATE. Vol. II No. 1.] Kirtland, Ohio, October, [Whole No. Letter No. Dear Brother in the Lord: My last letter was mainly confined to the book of Mormon, which rarely fails to bring to my mind something about the Indians, whose history and doings, upon this western continent, it unfolds as plainly, as the bible does those of the Israelites on. Dear Sir, I have two books that I have had over 50+ years and am curious if they are worth anything. One book is “Richard Carvel” written by Winston Churchill in and the front cover page has “Cornelia Wetmore Chapell, July 3rd, ” written on it.
Fifteen letters from Sebastian to his brother, Abel, (most before while Sebastian was at Dartmouth), two to his niece, Fanny, two from his daughter Mary to Abel and to Fanny, and one from his son, Elbridge, to Abel, all originally folded into packets and addressed; early ones with remnants of seals, later ones with postmarks. LETTER My Dear Brother Litch: You will, doubtless, remember that when you called at my house some months ago, you requested me to examine the Bible doctrine respecting the second coming of Christ, and write you the result of my investigations. Having now looked at the subject, until I feel that my mind is.
LETTER VII. DEAR BROTHER, You will remember that in my last I brought my subject down to the evening, or night of the 21st of September, , and gave an outline of the conversation of the angel upon the important fact of the blessings, promises and covenants to Israel, and the great manifestations of favour to the world, in the ushering in of the fulness of the gospel, to prepare the way for. A LETTER FROM JOSEPH SMITH TO OLIVER COWDERY. DEAR BROTHER, HAVING learned from the first number of the Messenger and Advocate, that you were, not only about to “give a history of the rise and progress of the church of the Latter-day Saints;” but, that said “history would necessarily embrace my life and character,” I have been induced to give you the time and place of my birth; as I.
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On verso, the delivery address is "Rev. Phelps, Boston." It was postmarked on Dec. 22 in New York In this letter to Amos A. Phelps, Lewis Tappan discusses the money collected for the Amistad captives. He reports on the amount received and how it was disbursedPages: 2. An illustration of an open book.
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On verso, the delivery address is "Rev. Phelps, No. Hayword Place, Boston." It was postmarked on Jun. 5 in Haverhill, Mass In this letter to Amos A.
Phelps, Job H. Martyn says that his wife on her deathbed requests that Phelps be ́invited to perform the religious services at her funeral.́ He describes her wifés characterPages: 4. On verso, the delivery address is "Rev. Phelps, Care Rev.
Beardslee, Mico Institution, Kingston, Jamaica." It was postmarked in Kingston, Jamaica on March 23 In this letter to Amos A. Phelps, Lewis Tappan discusses matters related to the American Missionary Association and the Washington newspaper (the National era).Pages: 4.
Letter to] Dear Brother Phelps [manuscript View @ Boston Public Library Goodman, Epaphras Description Holograph, signedTitle devised by catalogerOn verso, the delivery address is "Rev.
Amos A. Phelps, New York City." It was postmarked on Apr. 19 in Cincinnati, OhIn this letter to Amos A. Phelps, Epaphras Goodman praises Phelpśs role in the.
On verso, the delivery address is "Rev. Amos A. Phelps, Boston, Mass." In this letter to Amos A. Phelps (and Orange Scott), Rufus Austin Putman expresses his sadness for the ongoing situation.
He says that he is unable to attend the meeting of the ́the National Societý (presumably the American and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society) in New York. On verso, the delivery address is "Rev. Amos A. Phelps, Hopkinton, Mass." It was postmarked on "Sept[ember] " Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) manuscript composed in black ink on white paper.
Above the salutation, the number "54" is written in pencil. Holograph, signedTitle devised by catalogerOn verso, the delivery address is "Rev.
Phelps, 25 Cornhill, Boston."It is stamped, "PHELPS MSS."Epaphras Goodman writes to Amos A. Phelps and requests that he (Phelps) give a lecture or a course of lectures at Dracut. He discusses a variety of matters, including the progress of abolitionism in Dracut, his plan to attend the Worcester convention.
Letters respecting a book "dropped from the catalogue" of the American Sunday School Union by Lewis Tappan 2 editions - first published in Read [Letter to] rev. Amos A. Phelps, Dear Brother by Lewis Tappan 1 edition - first published in Letter to] Dear Brother [manuscript View @ Boston Public Library Goodman, Epaphras Description Holograph, signedTitle devised by catalogerOn verso, the delivery address is "Rev.
Amos A. Phelps, Boston." It was postmarked on Sep. 19 in Andover, MsEpaphras Goodman writes to Amos A. Phelps about his schedule for the week. Address a brother or sister. To write a brother, say "Brother first name, middle initial, last name," adding initials designating his order.
The salutation should say "Dear Brother last name." Conclude the letter by saying, "Respectfully yours in Christ, your first and last name."Views: K. Books at Amazon.
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Subjects. Bible, Accessible book, Commentaries, Criticism, interpretation, History, To Phelps had opened his letter to JS by stating, “I am as the prodigal Son,” and Hyde and Page had referred to Phelps as “a returning prodigal” in their postscript.
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In late to early Oliver Cowdery wrote a series of letters for the Mormon newspaper the Messenger and Advocate. In these letters he describes important events relative to the coming forth of the Book of Mormon and the early history of Joseph Smith.
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Rev. ed. Independence, MO: Missouri Mormon Frontier Foundation, William W. Phelps wrote the letter featured here in July to inform JS of the progress in founding and developing the new community of Far West.
Mormons had begun settling in Far West. Dear brother in the Lord. Author of Autobiography of the Rev. Luther Lee, Natural Theology Or, The Existence, Attributes And Government Of God, Natural theology, Ecclesiastical manual, Universalism examined and refuted, Universalism Examined and Refuted: And the Doctrine of the Endless Punishment of Such as Do Not., Autobiography of the Rev.
Luther Lee, D.D, Woman's right to preach the gospel. page 5. LETTERS FROM OLIVER COWDERY TO W.W. PHELPS LETTER I. Norton, Medina County, Ohio. Sabbath Evening, September 7, DEAR BROTHER, BEFORE leaving home I promised if I tarried long to write and while a few moments are now allowed me for reflection aside from the cares and common conversation of my friends in this place I have thought that were I to .