Contains 83 Results:
1847: 2 ALsS primarily concern for young boys used as chimney sweeps. Also mention of Indian Committee. 1850, ALS answering his inquiry for a published article.
ALS (copy) in response to charges by Ogden Land Company against William Penn
2 ALsS. 1851: Question posed in Quarterly Meeting, if a Quaker buys an enslaved person and manumits him, can he indenture the same? 1852 for his advice concerning sale of property in Newport, Delaware
3 ALsS. Mentions review of Discipline, illness of John Jackson, and his years at Cattaraugus.
3 ALsS: Interesting letter of 9 mo 18, 1844, in which Lucretia and James Mott, together other abolitionists including two African-Americans (Douglas and Raymond (?)) addressed Byberry meeting. In 1846, desired to give up his unsuccessful farm and engage in a large general store in Wilmington
2 ALsS suggesting where Ferris's sons might be placed and Ferris's desire to buy real estate in that area. 1841 describes a theft
ALS, willing to deliver Epistle to Virginia Yearly Meeting
ALS requesting Ferris to testify in the New Jersey case, and Ferris's response of 1830 11 mo 6 with his refusal, suggesting instead Lower.
ALS expressing sympathy on death of Ferris's wife. Cover letter from Anna Wharton Wood when she gave the letter to Henry Ferris in 1940.