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1833 May 8

Braithwaite, Anna, 1788-1859

Letter from Anna Braithwaite to Thomas Howland

Liverpool (Eng.) - Theology and other matters.

Howland Family Papers

1838 Sept. 12

Purington, L.

Letter from L. Purington to Thomas Howland

East Greenwich (R.I.) - Response following Wilbur's abrupt departure after reading his "statements."

Howland Family Papers

1839 Dec.

Shearman, Abraham, 1777-1847

Letter from Abraham Shearman to Thomas Howland

New Bedford (Mass.) - Lengthy discussion of the new paper, The Reformer, edited by Joseph S. Wall im Worcester.

Howland Family Papers

1835 Apr. 19

Tobey, Samuel Boyd, 1805-1867

Letter from Samuel B. Tobey to Thomas Howland

Providence (R.I.) - Health of friends; Friends' Boarding School faculty; Isaac Crewdson's new book, Beacon to the Society of Friends.

Howland Family Papers

1833 Feb. 25

Gould, Stephen, 1781-1838

Letter from Stephen Gould to Thomas Howland

Providence (R.I.) - News of John Wilbur traveling to England.

Howland Family Papers

1820 Aug. 13

Shearman, Abraham, 1777-1847

Letter from Abraham Shearman to Thomas Howland

New Bedford (Mass.) - Youth of today seem easily pulled away from dependence on the truth. Regarding disapproval of the pamphlet by David B. Slack.

Howland Family Papers

1842 Feb. 13

Howland, Thomas, 1764-1845

Draft letter from Thomas Howland to George C. Kinyon

East Greenwich (R.I.) - Friends' response to controversy over John Wilbur and J.J. Gurney.

Howland Family Papers

1842 Mar. 10

Kinyon, George C.

Letter from George C. Kenyon to Thomas Howland

East Greenwich (R.I.) - Defends himself against the accusation that he has Wilburite leanings.

Howland Family Papers

1837 Apr. 12

Shearman, Abraham, 1777-1847

Letter from Abraham Shearman to Thomas Howland

New Bedford (Mass.) - Clinical description of his depression. Further comments on the essay on slavery and water baptism (Elisha Bates); Quaker controversy.

Howland Family Papers

1837 Feb. 10

Tobey, Samuel Boyd, 1805-1867

Letter from Samuel B. Tobey to Thomas Howland

Providence (R.I.) - Matters in the School Committee and the Friend Boarding School after the death of Moses Brown; appointing a successor to Brown.

Howland Family Papers