Letter from Pierce Burton et. al. to Alden Partridge, 7 August 1835.

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The subscribers and proprietors of more than one-half of the meeting house on Norwich Plain object to Partridge's plan to invite the Reverend John Moore to preach next Sunday. Partridge had claimed a right to use the meeting house a part of the time, which was opposed.

Also signed by Marvin L. Nichols, Jacob Burton, J. B. C. Burton, A. Partridge, E. B. Williston, Harvey Burton, Horace Hatch, John Emerson, William Burton, Elihu Emerson, Elias Lyman, R. Shurtleff and Thomas W. Burton.


Burton, Pierce


Partridge, Alden, 1785-1854
Burton, Pierce
Moore, John, 1797-1855
Norwich (Vt.)
Religious tolerance

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