Contains 83 Results:
ALS concerning his lawsuit with the Susquehanna Canal Company
ALS that informs Benjamin of the death of Thomas Parker, his father. Benjamin served his apprenticeship under Thomas Parker.
ALS, developments in Virginia and Ohio Yearly Meetings
Notes with religious sentiments, circa 1820, 5 pp with some sections missing. [Gift of Emma C. Bancroft, 1917, added to Ferris Collection at unknown later date.]
7 ALsS. Letter of 4 month 18 relates that he received a letter from Edward Garrigues, discouraged that matters would settle. He laments that English and Irish visitors are causing discord. Letter of 1827 concerned with revising the Discipline.
3 ALsS. Ferris refers to Orthodox publication of Extracts as a "Creed." Letter of 7mo 19, 1833, on behalf of the Committee, asks Price, a Philadelphia attorney, to offer advise on the NJ court case. Note at bottom from Thomas M'Clintock.
ALS, after the Bucks Quarterly Meeting held at Falls in which Edward Hicks spoke extensively. Priscilla Cadwallader making visits.
ALS concerning arrangements for visiting minister George F. White of New York
ALS describes the visit of "Our interesting friend G. T. White." Ferris delivered him to Quarterly Meeting and describes his well-received sermon.