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Letters Written to Elihu Burritt

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Noah Webster (copy) New Haven

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Apr. 26, 1834 Provides information on Samuel Lee, Professor of Arabic at Cambridge.
Elizabeth Burritt New Britain

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Apr. 16, [1837?] Writes on religion and family affairs.
Elizabeth Burritt New Britain

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Sep. 27, 1838 Writes on religion, Elijah's death, family and friends.
Elizabeth Burritt New Britain

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Feb. 22, [1841?] Exhorts Elihu to Christian service.
Joseph Sturge Birmingham

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Mar. 3, 1846 Writes about the East Indian war and peace issues.
Baron de Reedtz (copy) Copenhagen

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Oct. 29, 1850 Thanks him for his efforts in promoting peace. The Danish government is considering Burritt's and the German's proposals.
Joshua P. Blanchard (extract of Correspondence) Boston?

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Sep. 14, 1851 Offers plan for reviving the League of Universal Brotherhood.
Joshua P. Blanchard Boston?

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Oct. 26, 1851 Criticizes Burritt for rejecting his plan and misunderstanding his intentions.
Edmund Fry London

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Jul. 16, 1856 Instructions for sending a parcel.
Noah Porter Farmington

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Jul. 25. 1857 Agrees with Burritt's view on emancipation. Unable to attend the convention.
Longfellow, Henry Wadsworth Cambridge

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Oct. 2, 1865 Acknowledgement and comments on Burritt's Walk From London to Lands End and back, (1865).
Henry Martin Kent, England

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Oct. 22, 1871 Thanks him for his pamphlet, The Eastern and Western Questions of Europe. Asks Burritt to approach Harriet Beecher Stowe about writing a book.
Georgina Coluade Paris

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n.d. Thanks Burritt for two issues of the Nonconformist. Praises his peace work.

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