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The last letter of Elias Hicks; : written to Hugh Judge of Ohio, and just closed, when he was attacked with the paralytic affection which terminated in his decease. : To which is prefixed some notice of his life, ministry, last sickness, and death.

Author: Elias Hicks; Hugh Judge; Isaac T Hopper; M T C Gould
Publisher: [New York and Philadelphia] : Published by Isaac T. Hopper, no. 420, Pearl Street, New York, and M.T.C. Gould, no. 6, North Eighth Street, Philadelphia., [1830]
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Named Person: Elias Hicks; Elias Hicks
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Elias Hicks; Hugh Judge; Isaac T Hopper; M T C Gould
OCLC Number: 191277270
Notes: Caption title.
Imprint from colophon, p. 4. Hicks's letter is dated: Jericho, 2nd mo. 14th, 1830.
Printed in two columns.
Description: 4 p. ; 23 cm.

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