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Resource Date: 1844

Number: 13

Record Office: St John's College Library, Cambridge

Record Office Location Number: Folder 4 Doc 93

Description:

Letter from Joseph Soul.

Notes: This letter refers to a letter sent by Clarkson that has arrived safely, the content of which will have a wide circulation, possibly in pamphlet form. The letter also mentions a Rev. Pennington who wishes to visit Clarkson (the Rev. Pennington is a runaway slave - not mentioned). This letter shows Clarkson's connection with the US and the abolition movement there.

Letter from Joseph Soul in America to Thomas Clarkson, 29 June 1844

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By Permission of the Master and Fellows of St John's College Cambridge
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