2 edition of second letter from Ebenezer Kinnersly to his friend in the country. found in the catalog.
second letter from Ebenezer Kinnersly to his friend in the country.
|Contributions||American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||BX6345 .K56 1905|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. ;|
|LC Control Number||97151884|
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Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag Saved in: Mr. Rowland Hill's correspondence with the Treasury, with reference to his appointment and removal and to the introduction of the remaining parts of his plan of post-office improvement including those letters which have been withheld as well as those which are given in the official copy. The second letter, written January 2nd in Kortright, was a memoir to his children. The source of this letter is unknown 3. My sister (the family genealogist) received a typed copy of it that had passed through several relatives' hands. We are currently trying to track down originals (or photocopies of the originals) if they still exist.
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The two Letters were answered in A Letter to Mr. Ebenezer Kinnersley, from his Friend in the Country; and Kinnersley rejoined with A Letter to the Rev. Jenkin Jones. The pamphlets were all printed at Philadelphia in Ebenezer Kinnersley was born Novemin the city of Gloucester, England.¹ His father, William Kinnersley, the son of Richard and Mary Kinnersley, was born in at the Lynch, near Leominster in Eidsfield Parish, Herefordshire, England.
Ebenezer’s mother was Sarah (Turner) Kinnersley of Rofs in the same county. A second letter to a friend: giving a more particular narrative of the defeat of the French army at Lake George by the New-England troops, than has yet been published: representing also the vast importance of this conquest to the American-British colonies, to which is added, such an account of what the New-England governments have done to carry into effect their design against Crown Point, as.
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Last week I lent you some science books. But I am extremely sorry to say that my examinations are starting from next week instead of February. Please return the books as soon as possible.
JS Letterbook 1 / Smith, Joseph. “Letter Book A,” – Joseph Smith Collection. CHL. MSbox 2, fd. It is possible that a fair copy of the letter was made on loose leaves before it was sent, and that this fair copy was later used to make the copy of record in JS Letterbook 1.
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Ebenezer Le Page lives. Original data: Ebenezer record book: containing early records of Jerusalem Evangelical Lutheran Church, Effingham, Ga., more commonly known as Ebenezer Church. The first letter is in vol. 3, p.and the remaining four letters are in vol. 3, pp., and and vol.
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The melancholy state of this province consider'd, in a letter, from a gentleman in Boston to his friend in the country. ([Boston: s.n.], Printed in the year ), by Gentleman in Boston (HTML at Evans TCP) A Letter from a country gentleman at Boston, to his friends in the country.Ebenezer Kinnersley.
KINNERSLEY, Ebenezer, electrician, born in Gloucester, England, 30 November, ; died in Lower Dublin, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 4 July, He was a son of Reverend William Kinnersley, an assistant pastor of the Lower Dublin Baptist church, and came to this country with his. But this book is a real surprise.
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