Letter, 1824 February 4, Calcutta, to [George Ticknor, Boston?].


Letter, 1824 February 4, Calcutta, to [George Ticknor, Boston?].

Differs with his countrymen on religious issues; the Old and New Testaments support the Divine Unity; "mankind will one day acknowledge one Jehovah ..."

5 p. 26 cm.


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