King, T[homas] S[tarr], letter, Boston, March 28, 1853

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Thos Starr King
Boston March 28
1853

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Boston

March 28th 1853

I desire to certify that I am acquainted with Mr. Peter Still, have examined all his papers, & am entirely[?] satisfied of the truthfulness of his story & the worthiness of his claims upon the sympathy & beneficence of the community It does not seem possible that any further commendation of a Christian brother's appeal to the charity of men should be needed than the fact the he desires to be the owner of his wife and family. So far as any word of mine can help him, I most cordially recommend him to the

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favorable consideration of the humane.

T. S. King

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Title

King, T[homas] S[tarr], letter, Boston, March 28, 1853

Description

Letter of introduction for Peter Still written by the Rev. Thomas Starr King.

Source

Special Collections and University Archives, Rutgers University Libraries

Date

1853-03-28

Rights

public domain

Format

3 p.

Identifier

rutgers-lib:26733
doi:10.7282/T3GM87DZ

Citation

King, Thomas Starr, 1824-1864, “King, T[homas] S[tarr], letter, Boston, March 28, 1853,” Peter Still Digital Edition, accessed July 16, 2024, https://stillpapers.org/items/show/14.

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