Copies of a letter and a testimony from Sally E. Grosvener, [North Reading], to Amos Augustus Phelps, [March 1839]
In this letter mailed to Amos A. Phelps, Sally E. Grosvenor transcribes her letter to Addison Flint, in which she discusses the visit he paid to her with two other men in order to discuss “the difficulty” he was having with her. She also provides a copy of a written statement by Samuel Eaton that, having stated otherwise in the court, he now remembers that everyone who visited Sally E. Grosvenor with Flint agreed to report to the church that “the difficulty” between Flint and Grosvenor had been resolved.
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Contains a copy of a letter from Sally E. Grosvenor to Addison Flint written on December 12 1838, and a copy of a written testimony by Samuel Eaton made on March 7 1839, both transcribed by Sally E. Grosvener.
On verso, the delivery address is "Rev. Amos A. Phelps, Boston, Mass." The handwritten postmark reads, "No. Reading, March 21."
It is stamped, "PHELPS MSS."