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Mary tells her mother of Mr. Merrick’s sermon upon his arrival to town. He spent more than an hour to indicate the character of God and denies the doctrine of original sin. Mr. Merrick says he is an abolitionist. Mary is pleased with him and thinks…

FDH1844-03-14.pdf
In a response to Frederic’s previous letter, Elizabeth begins by assuring him that she had received his letter, and that there had been confusion with the gift he sent to his father. She explains that Helen has grown sicker but is still alive, which…

MDH1833-01-06.pdf
Elizabeth Whiting Phelps Huntington is writing a letter to her daughter Mary. It is the evening of the Sabbath, and Elizabeth has taken the time to remind Mary of some important aspects in pleasing the Lord. She reminds Mary of the importance of…

MDH1832-07-03.pdf
In the beginning of the letter, Elizabeth starts by telling Mary about how a stranger from New Salem, who she does not seem particularly fond of, was knocking on her door. She tells Mary about how she proceeds to let him in, but hopes that this third…

MDH1832-06-01.pdf
Elizabeth Huntington is writing to Mary Huntington explaining that she received her series of letters that came last Tuesday. She explains that her first letter brought sorrow upon them as a family but her last letter inspired them with hope.…

MDH1832-05-11.pdf
This letter is from a mother, Elizabeth Whiting Phelps Huntington, to her daughter Mary, who is away, presumably having left home not too long ago. She tells her daughter that the family misses her and thinks of her often, and wishes her well on her…

JWH1825-06-24.pdf
In this letter from Elizabeth Huntington to John Huntington on the 24th of July, 1825, Elizabeth writes about a recent trip she and other unnamed family members (presumably including husband Dan Huntington) recently arrived home from. She first…

FDH1845-11-17.pdf
In this letter between Elizabeth Huntington and Frederic Dan Huntington, Elizabeth begins by apologizing to Frederic for the tardiness of her letter. Elizabeth states that she forgot to give the letter to Theodore, and was forced to wait for…

FDH1845-10-25.pdf
Frederic hasn’t written to his mother in a while and Elizabeth is just updating him on the happenings of what she has heard from her other children and neighbors such as, little George’s health has improved since the last update.

FDH18430124.pdf
This was a letter from Elizabeth Huntington to her son, Bishop Frederic Dan Huntington. In the letter, Elizabeth Huntington expresses her approval of her son’s performance at the ordination. She notes her pride in his vast efforts in his parish and…
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