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Answers a question about a case the addressee had hoped to have taken up by the general convention.

Date

10-10-1865

Keywords

letter, McIlvaine, clergy, church

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Phila. Oct. 10th /65

Rev & dear Sir,

I wrote you in answer to your last letter received here from Cincinnati. But I received your letter as written at [?], instead of [Lamaborrugh], as I afterwards saw the name to be in the [?] Episcopalian. I fear you have not received it. I said there that the Gen. Conv. could not take up your case in any way, that Presentment & Trial is the only way, that the might to be done, that all charges of all cases should be united in one Presentment. I make no concealment of my opinion.

Yours very truly,

Charles P. McIlvaine

To Unidentified Clergyman

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