Samuel Woodworth Cozzens letter to Charlotte Bass and Justin Perkins, 1836 December 4
1 item (4 pages) ; 34 x 22 cm
S.W. Cozzens (Samuel W. Cozzens) letter to Justin and Charlotte Bass Perkins in which Cozzens writes regarding the circumstances that prevented them from being with the Perkinses prior to their departure. He goes on to write of the hopeful prospects of the Nestorian Mission and of what is going on in America in relation to politics, the "antislavery or abolition fever," and religion. Cozzens also discusses news of a smaller scale, writing about family, Marblehead, and friends in Middlebury. Lydia (Russel), (Martin) Van Buren, Edwards A. Park, Frederick Fowler and his wife, Mary Ann, Mr. Wheelock, and Delia are all mentioned in the letter.
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