Letter from Joseph L. Heywood, 23 October 1843

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reparations. I submit by permission of a copy of a letter he has written to a distinguished citizen of South Carolina, together with a circular put out confidentially by the Friends of of whom with my present feelings I should cheerfully support for our next president & whom I have no doubt would be preferred by the bretheren to .
If the plan suggested of memoralizing Congress should meet your approbations— Please inform me. promises his aid in such an event & says he would go to & assist in arranging papers relative to such a step. Please accept my assurances of Love & esteem for yourself & family & a Prayer that Wisdom from on high may direct you in your deliberation
I Remain Your Bro. in Christ
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reparations. I submit by permission of a copy of a letter he has written to a distinguished citizen of South Carolina, together with a circular put out confidentially by the Friends of of whom with my present feelings I should cheerfully support for our next president & whom I have no doubt would be preferred by the bretheren to .
If the plan suggested of memoralizing Congress should meet your approbations— Please inform me. promises his aid in such an event & says he would go to & assist in arranging papers relative to such a step. Please accept my assurances of Love & esteem for yourself & family & a Prayer that Wisdom from on high may direct you in your deliberation
I Remain Your Bro. in Christ
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