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Barnwell Family Papers

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559. J. M. Tison to William J. Dunwoody -- December 26, 1845
559. J. M. Tison to William J. Dunwoody -- December 26, 1845 Letter from J. M. Tison to William J. Dunwoody, Darien, GA, concerning a shipment of corn.
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005. James Stuart to William H. W. Barnwell -- May 24, 1832
005. James Stuart to William H. W. Barnwell -- May 24, 1832 Letter from James Stuart in Pendleton, SC, to William H. W. Barnwell in Beaufort trying to convince Barnwell to begin his ministry as a lay reader in Pendleton.
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061. Jeremiah W. Murphy to William H. W. Barnwell -- September 19, 1843
061. Jeremiah W. Murphy to William H. W. Barnwell -- September 19, 1843 Letter from Jeremiah Murphy in Lincolnton, NC, thanking William H. W. Barnwell for his congregation's donation of $50 to their church building fund.
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059. Jeremiah W. Murphy to William H. W. Barnwell -- June 26, 1843
059. Jeremiah W. Murphy to William H. W. Barnwell -- June 26, 1843 Letter from Jeremiah Murphy to William H. W. Barnwell asking for contributions to build a church in Lincolnton, NC, and writing of local "persecution" of Episcopalians from other Protestant churches.
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164. John A. Vaughan to Thos. S. Jervais? -- May 1, 1838
164. John A. Vaughan to Thos. S. Jervais? -- May 1, 1838 Letter from John A. Vaughan, secretary and general agent for the foreign committee on Episcopal missions, to Thomas S. Gervais? (probably Thomas H. Jervey) acknowledging receipt of $1000 dollars from St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Charleston, for Bishop William Boone's salary as missionary to China.
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129. John Beal to William H. W. Barnwell -- October 17, 1843
129. John Beal to William H. W. Barnwell -- October 17, 1843 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."
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561. John Bugg to Henry Todd -- February 13, 1855
561. John Bugg to Henry Todd -- February 13, 1855 Letter from John Bugg to Henry Todd, Wayne Co., GA, giving an account of the amount of lumber cut and by whom on Todd's property, "Sansavilla", along the Altamaha River.
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551. John Coles Singleton to daughters -- August 1, 1848
551. John Coles Singleton to daughters -- August 1, 1848 Letter from John Coles Singleton, Columbia SC, to daughters, Mary and Rebecca, Charlottesville, VA. Singleton writes of an elaborate ceremony honoring the Palmetto Regiment of South Carolina volunteers for their service in the Mexican War. (Mary Singleton would later wed Robert W. Barnwell).
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042. John Fielding to William H. W. Barnwell -- March 28, 1840
042. John Fielding to William H. W. Barnwell -- March 28, 1840 Letter from John Fielding to William H. W. Barnwell concerning Fielding's recent conversion to Protestantism.
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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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139. John Normant to William H. W. Barnwell -- July 25, 1844
139. John Normant to William H. W. Barnwell -- July 25, 1844 Letter from John Normant, Tuscaloosa, AL, to William H. W. Barnwell requesting a subscription to the "Episcopal Protestant."
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563. John Powers? To Unknown -- May 27, 1850
563. John Powers? To Unknown -- May 27, 1850 Letter from John Powers? to unknown correspondent seeking additional information on the price, qualifications, etc., of slaves being advertised for sale.
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464. Jonathan M. Baker to Edward Barnwell -- January 16, 1860
464. Jonathan M. Baker to Edward Barnwell -- January 16, 1860 Letter from Jonathan Baker to Edward Barnwell concerning a delinquent tax bill.
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071. Joseph S. Large to William H. W. Barnwell -- December 12, 1843
071. Joseph S. Large to William H. W. Barnwell -- December 12, 1843 Letter from Joseph S. Large, Maumee City, OH., to William H. W. Barnwell, editor of the "Episcopal Protestant," returning issues of the periodical that were sent to him. Large writes "the editor would be much benefitted, I should think, by a few months residence at some retreat for the insane."
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520. Joseph Walker Barnwell to Catherine Osborn Barnwell -- June 17, 1869
520. Joseph Walker Barnwell to Catherine Osborn Barnwell -- June 17, 1869 Letter from Joseph W. Barnwell to mother, Catherine Osborn Barnwell, informing her of his success with his United States Court examination. He jokingly describes his first trial, a larceny case, as a "brilliant debut" before conceding that he "did not say a word -- the case was too clear."
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518. Joseph Walker Barnwell to Catherine Osborn Barnwell -- December 24, 1867
518. Joseph Walker Barnwell to Catherine Osborn Barnwell -- December 24, 1867 Letter from Joseph Walker Barnwell to mother, Catherine Osborn Barnwell, commenting on his studies at South Carolina College, his plans for Christmas, and the business prospects of his brothers.
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522. Joseph Walker Barnwell to Catherine Osborn Barnwell -- November 1, 1869
522. Joseph Walker Barnwell to Catherine Osborn Barnwell -- November 1, 1869 Letter from Joseph Walker Barnwell, Gottingen, Germany, to mother, Catherine Osborn Barnwell. Barnwell writes of attending a performance of a men and boy's choir visiting from Hanover, comments on his inexperience with cold winters and describes a large, traveling market of peddlers which descends on the city four times a year.
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523. Joseph Walker Barnwell to Catherine Osborn Barnwell -- October 1, 1869
523. Joseph Walker Barnwell to Catherine Osborn Barnwell -- October 1, 1869 Letter from Joseph Walker Barnwell, Gottingen, Germany, to mother, Catherine Osborn Barnwell. Barnwell writes of trying to speak only German, a task made harder by an increase in other Americans arriving in Gottingen, and discusses the current state of Prussian political and military affairs.
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527. Joseph Walker Barnwell to Mary Elliott Barnwell -- December 10, 1869
527. Joseph Walker Barnwell to Mary Elliott Barnwell -- December 10, 1869 Letter from Joseph Walker Barnwell, Gottingen, Germany, to sister, Mary Elliott Barnwell, with details of his instruction in German, a description of local ice skaters and an amusing comparison between the Beaufort newspaper and the London Times.
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528. Joseph Walker Barnwell to Esther Hutson Barnwell -- December 21, 1869
528. Joseph Walker Barnwell to Esther Hutson Barnwell -- December 21, 1869 Letter from Joseph Walker Barnwell, Gottingen, Germany, to sister, Esther Hutson Barnwell, commenting on the business-like characteristic of German marriages, his taking weekly tea with the "Fraulein" landlady to improve his German, and the frankness of Germans in regard to personal matters.
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