Letter from Henry Flanders, Philadelphia, to William H. W. Barnwell, visiting Cambridge, Mass. Flanders mentions "Professor Agassiz" and a recent publication by Horace Binney questioning the authorship of George Washington's Farewell Address and hopes that Mrs. Barnwell "has acquired a relish for northern life."
Rev. Seneca G. Bragg writes to William H. W. Barnwell informing him that it is unlikely he could sell many subscriptions to Barnwell's "Episcopal Protestant" since he recently sold as many subscriptions as he could in his parish for a similar periodical, the "Protestant Churchman."
Letter from John Beal, Scituate, MA, to William H. W. Barnwell enclosing money for a year long subscription to Barnwell's "Episcopal Protestant." In closing, Beal describes himself as "an old sailor who nearly 45 years ago belonged to a Charleston ship in the London trade."
In a letter written to "Mr. Editor" and addressed to publishers Walker & Burke in Charleston, SC, an unknown writer offers his opinion on publishing "Bible Questions for the instruction of Persons of Color" in Barnwell's "Episcopal Protestant."
Unknown correspondent writes to William H. W. Barnwell taking exception to an article in the "Episcopal Protestant" that misquotes the author of an article in another newspaper, "The Gospel Messenger."