Letter from J.E. Carnes, Hopkinsville, Kentucky to "Dear Sir" about the adversity of their friends, printing business in Ohio, residence and employment during the past two years, decision to become an Episcopalian and subsequent return to the Methodist Ministry, description of his children, desire to visit Middlebrook again, inquiry for news of old friends and wish that they all will meet again in Heaven. March 29, 1852.
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J. E. Carnes Letter, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary.