Letter to Louis-Alexis Chamerovzow

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C                         Ockham School
                                    April 23rd. 1853

Dear Sir

        I thank you for the very
interesting & instructive Address,
which you were kind enough to send
me.     I quite agree with you, that
if ^ it is closely adhered to, will do much
to remove the unrighteous & gallding
yoke, which is now crushing over three
millions of my unfortunate country men
in to a premature grave.

However, it is a great consolation
to know that God is just, & all
history proves, that He will not
suffer any class of tyrants to out
rage & brutify his helpless creatures,
& escape with impunity.

I also feel very greatful to
you for the Reporter, for I have
been more than interested in the
recent mumbers.

                        Yours very truly
                                        Wm Craft

Mr. Chamerovzow

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Item Details

Author(s) & contributor(s): William Craft

Date(s): 23 April 1853

Place(s) of creation: Ockham School

Form & transmission history: Manuscript letter in author’s hand.

Object description: Off-white four-page/one-sheet letter, two blank pages and discoloration; author's hand in brown ink.

Repository: Bodleian Library (Oxford, United Kingdom)

Shelfmark / Identifier: MSS. Brit. Emp. S. 18, C30/11

Digital edition & date: One More Voice, 2021

Critical editing & encoding: Hope McCaffrey, Lucy McCann, Adrian S. Wisnicki

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