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Letter 15, 1784-10-04

 File — Box: 1, Folder: 15
Letter 15
Letter 15

Scope and Contents

Letter from Mosley to Mrs. Dunn, his sister, October 4, 1784. This is his first letter to his sister after the Revolution, and he provides updates on the condition of the mission, including the construction of the St. Joseph’s chapel in Talbot County. He also comments on the Bill of Rights, which has “put us all on the same footing, and has been of great service to us,” as well as the progress made by Methodists on the Eastern Shore.


  • 1784-10-04

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From the Collection: 0.2 Cubic Feet

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English


Repository Details

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