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Letter to H.P. Chandler Edit

Summary

Component Unique Identifier
Item 208
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Item

Dates

  • 1870 December 19 (label)

Notes

  • Scope and Contents

    Original letter. Written in Pittsburgh. Coordinates the deliveries of M.S.S. sets to subscribers and books to the Swedish New Church. Advises him not to take the matter of Florence too much to heart, but to wait until he learns more, and to remember that the Lord is in charge. Mentions a still-unpublished article he submitted to the New Church Magazine. Asks about address for Mr. Doggett, and inquires how Chandler's eyes are. People, places, and publications mentioned: Scammon, The Merchants Despatch (company); Tafel; Carl Gustaf Helleberg, Mount Auburn, Cincinnati; C. L. (? Conjugial Love); Mr. William Winston, Chicago; Mr. Boyesen; Scammon; the Scandavians; New Church mankind; Florence; the Lord; Father Worcester; T.P. (Parsons?); the [i]Messenger[/i]; Chandler's clerk; Mr. W. E. Doggett; Paris; Mrs. D (Doggett); Chandler's wife and babies

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