In the letter Meeks begins by discussing the proposed appointment of Mr. Jones as superintendent in a Methodist congregation in the state. He then asks for Hall's advice in political matters, especially related to the presidential election of 1848:...
The introduction briefly discusses the terms of the "compromise bills" and encourages support for the decisions of the federal government: "There appears no objection from any Southern man to the Fugitive Slave Bill. After the Wilmot Proviso has...
In the letter the firm responds to a recent letter from Parks, in which he protested an advertisement that appeared in The New York Times to solicit funds for Martin Luther King, Jr.'s legal defense. The firm argues that the newspaper is not...
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