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Barnwell Family Papers

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021. William H. W. Barnwell to Edgar B. Day -- August 11, 1834
021. William H. W. Barnwell to Edgar B. Day -- August 11, 1834 William H. W. Barnwell writes to Edgar B. Day about the religious conversion of mutual friends, his busy ministry in Charleston, the plans to build a new Episcopal church in Charleston and recent anti-abolitionist riots in New York City.
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022. William H. W. Barnwell to Edgar B. Day -- October 6, 1834
022. William H. W. Barnwell to Edgar B. Day -- October 6, 1834 Letter from William H. W. Barnwell to Edgar B. Day discussing the whereabouts of mutual friends from their law school days.
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023. Joseph R. Walker to William H. W. Barnwell -- October 29, 1834
023. Joseph R. Walker to William H. W. Barnwell -- October 29, 1834 Joseph R. Walker writes to William H. W. Barnwell about his recent illness and mentions the laying of the cornerstone for Barnwell's new church in Charleston.
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024. Stephen Tyng to William H. W. Barnwell -- October 30, 1834
024. Stephen Tyng to William H. W. Barnwell -- October 30, 1834 Letter from Rev. Stephen H. Tyng to William H. W. Barnwell discussing the state of the Episcopal Church in Philadelphia, PA. Tyng also mentions the death of "Mr. Grimke" of Charleston and wishes Barnwell luck in his ministry.
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025. William H. W. Barnwell to Catherine Barnwell -- November 7, 1834
025. William H. W. Barnwell to Catherine Barnwell -- November 7, 1834 William H. W. Barnwell writes to his wife Catherine Barnwell in Beaufort about a nearby fire in his Charleston neighborhood that has displaced "Mrs Gadsden and the Thayers."
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026. Edward E. Ford to William H. W. Barnwell -- December 9, 1834
026. Edward E. Ford to William H. W. Barnwell -- December 9, 1834 Letter from Rev. Edward E. Ford in Augusta, GA, to William H. W. Barnwell requesting that Barnwell procure some religious tracts for him in Charleston. On the letter Barnwell has annotated the costs and freight associated with the purchase.
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027. N. Aldrich to William H. W. Barnwell -- April 18, 1835
027. N. Aldrich to William H. W. Barnwell -- April 18, 1835 Letter from Nicodemus? Aldrich to William H. W. Barnwell informing him that he has arrived at Bristol College, PA, to begin his studies as a beneficiary of the "Education Society." (Attached to the letter is an 1832 printed circular sent from Paul Trapier informing Barnwell of his election to the standing committee of the "Protestant Episcopal Missionary Society.")
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028. Unknown to William H. W. Barnwell -- September 21, 1836
028. Unknown to William H. W. Barnwell -- September 21, 1836 Unknown correspondent to William H. W. Barnwell -- September 21, 1836. (Postmarked Beaufort, SC.; scrap)
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029. Stephen Elliott to William H. W. Barnwell -- November 23, 1836
029. Stephen Elliott to William H. W. Barnwell -- November 23, 1836 Letter from Stephen Elliott to William H. W. Barnwell informing him of his arrival in New York and his intention to sail for England on the packet "St. Andrews."
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030. William H. W. Barnwell to Catherine Barnwell -- May 1, 1837
030. William H. W. Barnwell to Catherine Barnwell -- May 1, 1837 Letter from William H. W. Barnwell to wife Catherine Barnwell containing excerpts from the journal kept by him and his son, Robert, on their trip by barouche to Columbia, SC. Barnwell writes of passing out tracts and testimonials to travelers he passes including several groups of South Carolina soldiers returning from war in Florida. He notes the places they stop to eat and sleep and describes the countryside they traverse. At Columbia he describes meeting family members, including brother, Robert, and mentions Dr. Francis Lieber on a visit to Columbia College.
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031. William Elliott to William H. W. Barnwell -- March 7, 1838
031. William Elliott to William H. W. Barnwell -- March 7, 1838 William Elliott, in Savannah, writes to William H. W. Barnwell asking him to sell his collection of books in Charleston.
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032. John A. Vaughan to William H. W. Barnwell -- February, 1839
032. John A. Vaughan to William H. W. Barnwell -- February, 1839 Letter to William H. W. Barnwell from Rev. John A. Vaughan informing Barnwell of the receipt of a parcel that Vaughn is to forward oversees to "Mr. Boone."
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033. W. J. Boone? To William H. W. Barnwell -- February, 13, 1839
033. W. J. Boone? To William H. W. Barnwell -- February, 13, 1839 Partial letter, possibly by William Jones Boone, to William H. W. Barnwell apprising him of the status of Boone's missionary work in China.
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034. Charles Aldis to William H. W. Barnwell -- April 12, 1839
034. Charles Aldis to William H. W. Barnwell -- April 12, 1839 Letter from Charles Aldis of Bank of America, treasurer of the "Foreign Mission of the P. E. Church", acknowledging the receipt of $1000 received from William H. W. Barnwell on behalf of St. Peter's Church in Charleston for "support of the Rev Dr Boone Missionary to the Chinese."
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035. John L. North to William H. W. Barnwell -- June 28, 1839
035. John L. North to William H. W. Barnwell -- June 28, 1839 Letter from John L. North at Rusticello plantation in Pendleton, SC, to William H. W. Barnwell concerning the death of "Susan."
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036. John Fielding to William H. W. Barnwell -- August 28, 1839
036. John Fielding to William H. W. Barnwell -- August 28, 1839 John Fielding writes to William H. W. Barnwell concerning his decision to become an Episcopalian.
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037. J. Peterkin to Mrs. M. E. Ramsay -- September 6, 1839
037. J. Peterkin to Mrs. M. E. Ramsay -- September 6, 1839 Letter from J. (Joshua?) Peterkin of Baltimore to Mrs. M. E. Ramsay describing William H. W. Barnwell as the "colored man's friend" for his attention to their religious education. Peterkin writes that he chose to publish a recent sermon of Barnwell's in the "Maryland Colonization Journal" since "it is read by many of our slave owners."
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038. Stephen Elliott to William H. W. Barnwell -- September 11, 1839
038. Stephen Elliott to William H. W. Barnwell -- September 11, 1839 Letter from Rev. Stephen Elliott informing William H. W. Barnwell of the death of his brother Robert's young son, William.
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039. Edward Neufville to William H. W. Barnwell -- January 23, 1840
039. Edward Neufville to William H. W. Barnwell -- January 23, 1840 Rev Edward Neufville writes to William H. W. Barnwell for advice on a "Romanish" priest in Savannah, John Fielding, who wishes to convert to the Protestant Episcopal Church.
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040. John Fielding to William H. W. Barnwell -- February 5, 1840
040. John Fielding to William H. W. Barnwell -- February 5, 1840 Letter from Rev. John Fielding to William H. W. Barnwell seeking Barnwell's guidance as he prepares to convert to the Protestant Episcopal Church.
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