Papers, 1810-1863; (bulk 1821-1852).


Papers, 1810-1863; (bulk 1821-1852).

Correspondence including letters referring to the building program of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church; a letter condemning an Associate Reformed Presbyterian member for communing with Methodists and Johnston's defense of the accused; Johnston's address on the character of Cato the Younger delivered at the South Carolina College 1810 commencement; a letter from Henry Summer advocating establishment of a newspaper in Columbia for propagation of principles designed to solve the political problems of South Carolina, 1851; comments on horse racing; a record book of Johnston's slaves; a partial list of Johnston's law books; receipts for farm supplies; and a letter of E.E. Jackson, describing her work in a Confederate hospital near Charlottesville, Va.

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Jackson, E. (Eric), 1923- (person)

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Johnstone, Job, 1793-1862 (person)

Chancellor of South Carolina College (now the University of South Carolina), 1830-1859, and associate justice of the court of appeals in South Carolina; resident of Fairfield County, S.C. From the description of Papers, 1810-1863; (bulk 1821-1852). (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 19851729 ...

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Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church (1802-1822) (corporateBody)

Summer, Henry L. (person)