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[Letter] 1876 Oct 21, 17 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. to [John A.] Broadus

Author: James Petigru Boyce
Publisher: 1876.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
Database:WorldCat
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Boyce was home from attending four Kentucky associations and the Ohio Baptist State Convention, who gave him an "informal hearing." He asked Ohio to endow "our school [Southern Baptist Theological Seminary] for $30,000." Discusses controversies over letters Broadus and [William Heth] Whitsitt had written "to [Horatio B.] Hackett," saying he has the originals. He says "contrary to what I wrote you I did not write  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
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Named Person: John Albert Broadus; James Petigru Boyce; William H Whitsitt; Horatio B Hackett
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Petigru Boyce
OCLC Number: 48413530
Notes: Holograph, signed.
Description: 4 p. ; 21 cm.
Responsibility: James P. Boyce.

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Boyce was home from attending four Kentucky associations and the Ohio Baptist State Convention, who gave him an "informal hearing." He asked Ohio to endow "our school [Southern Baptist Theological Seminary] for $30,000." Discusses controversies over letters Broadus and [William Heth] Whitsitt had written "to [Horatio B.] Hackett," saying he has the originals. He says "contrary to what I wrote you I did not write Hackett. ... I just concluded to stop there." The discussion was on alien immersion and [J.R.] Graves and "Pike" had opposing views. He continues to advise Broadus to separate from the editorship of the [Religious] herald and then write so far as you please.

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