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Letters - Reverend William King: The Elgin Settlement

Colonial Committee
Subject:
Report of his mission in western Upper Canada.
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Title: To J. Redpath, J. Gibb
Written by: William King
Subject: Clergy reserve in Raleigh Twsp.
Date: October 27, 1848
 
Title: To Reverend W. King
Written by: J. Redpath
Subject: Refuses trusteeship
Date: December 2, 1848
 
Title: To Reverend J. Banner
Written by: William King
Subject: Renewal of appointment as Free Church missionary to Canada; slavery in the U. S. ; requests salary advance.
Date: February 23, 1849
 
Title: To Reverend W. King
Written by: Wm. Notman
Subject: Opposition to incorporation of society to aid settlement
Date: March 9, 1849
 
Title: To Reverend W. King
Written by: J. Thompson
Subject: Opposition to concern for Black people
Date: March 24, 1849
 
Title: To Reverend J. Banner
Written by: William King
Subject: Report on progress of mission.
Date: July 15, 1849
 
Title: To Col. Prince Malcolm Cameron
Written by: Major Stephens, Peter Jackson, Nelson Brown
Subject: Black civil rights.
Date: August 28, 1849
 
Title: To William Bartlett
Written by: John Prince
Subject: Black civil rights.
Date: September 1, 1849
 
Title: Colonial Committee
Subject: Progress of mission settlement.
Date: March 17, 1850
 
Title: To American clergy
Written by: Reverend A. Gale
Subject: Report on establishment and progress of the mission. Encl.
Date: October 1, 1850
 
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