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Miller, Samuel, 1769-1850

Samuel Miller was born in Dover, Delaware on October 31, 1769. His father was the Rev. John Miller (1722-1791). Miller attended the University of Pennsylvania and graduated in 1789. He earned his license to preach in 1791, and the University of Pennsylvania awarded him a Doctorate of Divinity degree (D.D.) in 1804. From 1813 to 1849, he served as Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Church Government at Princeton Theological Seminary, and was also integral in founding the institution.

Throughout his life, Miller was a vigorous participant in many of the controversies that took place within the Presbyterian Church, including that which resulted in the division of the Church into new and old schools. He was also considered an authority on many of the issues that faced Christians, especially Presbyterians, of his time.

Miller is, perhaps, best known for the theological, polemical, and biographical writings he published throughout his life, including A Brief Retrospect of the Eighteenth Century (1803, 1805), Memoir of the Reverend John Rogers (1813), Letters on Unitarianism (1821), An Essay on the Office of the Ruling Elder (1831), Letters from a Father to a Son in College (1843), and Thoughts on Public Prayer (1849). He was also responsible for the publication, in 1814, of the memoir and the writings of his elder brother, Edward Miller, a prominent physician and teacher in New York, who died in 1812.

Miller passed away in Princeton, New Jersey, on January 7, 1850, leaving behind his wife, Sarah Miller, and his children. One son, Samuel Miller, Jr., undertook to write the life of his father, and the two-volume work ( Life of Samuel Miller D.D.) was published in 1869.

Due to the number of letters addressed to, or dealing with, Samuel Miller, Jr., in the collection, the following brief biographical information about him is provided. Samuel Miller (the son), sometimes addressed as Jr., was born in Princeton, New Jersey, on January 23, 1816. He graduated from Princeton University in 1833 and went on to pass the bar in Philadelphia. However, he abandoned the law profession for the ministry and graduated from Princeton Theological Seminary in 1844. Samuel Miller, Jr., then became pastor of the Presbyterian Church in Mt. Holly, New Jersey, and was in charge of the church in Oceanic, New Jersey, from 1857 until 1873. In 1861, he was given his Doctorate of Divinity degree from Princeton. He passed away in Mt. Holly, New Jersey, on October 12, 1883.

The majority of this collection consists of correspondence between Samuel Miller and eminent clergymen in America, England, and Scotland. His exchanges with such men as Gardiner Spring, Benjamin Wisner, and Ashbel Green show not only immense piety but also a deep interest and concern for matters pertaining to Presbyterians, as well as Christendom, of his time. Moreover, as evident from his correspondence with contemporaries like George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and John Jay, Miller was also quite involved in the political atmosphere of America's emerging republic. Letters from Joseph Brant, a Native American Christian proselytizer, foreign missionaries, such as William Carey, and foreign correspondents, such as Christopher Daniel Ebeling of Hamburg and Samuel Miller of Scotland, are testaments to Miller's attentiveness to Christians and non-Christians in America and around the world.

The collection also contains legal documents, manuscripts, diary entries, and other letters pertaining to Miller's daily life as a son, brother, husband, father, professor, and friend. There is much correspondence pertaining to Princeton Theological Seminary and Miller's initial acceptance of a position, his struggles with finances at the Seminary, his eventual reputation as a professor and authority on theological issues, and his final attempts to retire from his duties towards the end of his life. In fact, because the contents of the collection span such a large range of dates, they provide a fairly full picture of Miller's life. In addtion, there are letters to Miller's father, Rev. John Miller, his son, Samuel Miller, Jr., and his wife, Mrs. Sarah Miller. Of these letters, the ones written during Miller's life provide an even broader image of his and his family's interests. Those written before his birth provide a valuable glimpse at the environment in which he grew up, and those written after his death speak to Miller's influential life and the thoughts, feelings, lives, plans, and futures of his family and friends without him.

John Miller at Hall of North and South Americans and Samuel Miller - Biography at Their Own Words were consulted during preparation of the biographical note.

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This collection was processed by Traci Ballou in June 2005. Most of this involved transcribing information previously handwritten on the folders, reorganizing some sections, and labeling and rehousing the contents in acid-free folders and boxes. The finding aid was written by Traci Ballou in June 2005.

In 2022, restrictions on Thomas Jefferson letters where researchers were required to use surrogates were lifted as part of a restrictions review project.

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Manuscripts Division
Finding Aid Author
Traci Ballou
Finding Aid Date
2005
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Collection Inventory

Scope and Contents

This series consists of approximately 20 original and copied writings of Samuel Miller. The writings include documents such as notes, reports, statements, and diary entries, the majority of which are undated.

Arrangement

This series is organized alphabetically by subject or title.

Physical Description

1 box

Account of James Caldwell, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AMsS, undated, an account of James Caldwell, as "a martyr to the cause of American liberty." [Note: This is probably a draft of Rev. Dr. Miller's address at the dedication of a monument to Caldwell in Elizabeth, November 24, 1845.]

Physical Description

1 folder

Biographical Sketch of Dr. John Nicolls, undated. 1 folder.
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AMs, undated, 5 pp.

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1 folder

Booklet Memorandum on Travels, 1825. 1 folder.
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AMs, June 1825, in Rev. Dr. Miller's hand, writing of his journey to the western part of New York State

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1 folder

Diary Entry regarding 24th Birthday, 1792. 1 folder.
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AMs (copy), October 31, 1792, from Rev. Dr. Miller's diary

Physical Description

1 folder

Diary Entry regarding 38th Birthday, 1806. 1 folder.
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AMs (copy) October 31, 1806, from Rev. Dr. Miller's diary

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1 folder

Diary Entry regarding a Day of Fasting and Prayer, 1845. 1 folder.
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AMs (copy), January 6, 1845, from Rev. Dr. Miller's diary

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1 folder

Discussion on the "Power of Elders", undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AMs (copy), undated, 3 pp., probably used in his publication on "Ruling Elders"; references are made to Calderwood's Altare Damasceum, p. 689

Physical Description

1 folder

Draft of a D.D. diploma with letter, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AMsS, March 13, 1841, possibly in Miller's writing, for Robert Candlish; ALS, undated, to Rev. Dr. Miller (?), from Nicholas Murray, sending Miller a recent letter of Candlish

Physical Description

1 folder

Instructions to Missionaries of the Western Missionary Society of New Jersey, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AD, undated, 5 pp., a draft of a circular giving these instructions; with the printed circular, 3 pp. [Note: Though separate, both appear to have been mailed as a unit.]

Physical Description

1 folder

Memorandum on Publications, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AN, undated, of Rev. Dr. Miller's later publications

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1 folder

Miscellaneous Notes, undated. 1 folder.
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AN, undated, unspecified notes

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1 folder

Note about the General Assembly, undated. 1 folder.
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AN, undated, regarding its action in the cases of Revs. Barnes and Duffield

Physical Description

1 folder

Note on Rev. Peter Miller, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

Note, undated, giving a brief account of Miller

Physical Description

1 folder

Note on the Masonic Lodge, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AN, undated, regarding the influence of the Masonic Lodge [For further details on this subject, see Miller's Life of Samuel Miller D.D., Vol. 1, pp. 98-99]

Physical Description

1 folder

Note to Albert, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AN, undated, some Latin verses

Physical Description

1 folder

Questions on Lutheranism, undated. 1 folder.
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AN, undated, 3 pp., questions relating to the Lutheran denomination; also some statistics on that subject by Nicholas Collins

Physical Description

1 folder

Report on Education, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

Ms, undated, part of this report [Note: See Miller's Life of Samuel Miller D.D., Vol. 2, pp. 418-20]

Physical Description

1 folder

Report to the General Assembly, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

MsS, undated, 4 pp., on the slavery question [Rev. Dr. Miller was chairman of the committee appointed by the General Assembly of 1835 to make a report on the slavery question]

Physical Description

1 folder

Statement on Seminary Colleagues, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (copy), undated, in handwriting of Samuel Miller (son), a statement of Rev. Dr. Miller regarding relations with his colleagues in the Seminary

Physical Description

1 folder

Year of 1792, 1847. 1 folder.
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AMs, c. 1847, 2 pp., looking back over his years of Trusteeship of N.J. College

Physical Description

1 folder

Scope and Contents

This series consists mainly of the correspondence of Samuel Miller; however, there are also letters to and/or from other individuals, such as his father, Rev. John Miller, his son, Rev. Samuel Miller, Jr., and his wife, Mrs. Sarah Miller. This series is organized into two subseries, Letters Sent and Letters Received, containing approximately 275 letters and 975 letters, respectively.

Arrangement

Both subseries are arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

Physical Description

13 boxes

Scope and Contents

Consists of letters sent to individuals such as James Armstrong, Samuel Bayard, John Dickinson, Ashbel Green, Edward Dorr Griffin, John McDowell, and Benjamin Blydenburg Wisner, as well as others.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

Physical Description

3 boxes

Alexander, James W, 1828. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 24, 1828, sending two books

Physical Description

1 folder

American Monthly Magazine, 1799. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 3, 1799 [Note: See Miller's Life of Samuel Miller D.D., Vol. 1, p. 120]

Physical Description

1 folder

Armstrong, James, 1808. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 10, 1808, about accepting the presidency of Dickinson College

Physical Description

1 folder

Armstrong, James, 1808. 1 folder.
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ALS (copy), October 31, 1808

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1 folder

Astor, John J, 1837. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 17, 1837, draft of a letter asking him to remember the Princeton Seminary in his will

Physical Description

1 folder

Babcock, Elisha, 1803. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

S (copy), February 5, 1803, dealing with the publication of private correspondence between Rev. Dr. Miller and Rev. Gemmil

Physical Description

1 folder

Barnes, Albert, 1835. 1 folder.
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ALS (copy), November 11, 1835, giving him advice

Physical Description

1 folder

Barrett, Newton, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), August 10, 1848, declines to comply with a request of Barrett's because of Rev. Dr. Miller's general debility

Physical Description

1 folder

Bayard, Samuel, 1813. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 21, 1813, about settling in Princeton

Physical Description

1 folder

Beatty, Charles C, 1824. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 16, 1824, shows no surprise by difficulties experienced by Beatty in Steubenville, offers advice

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1 folder

Beatty, Charles C, 1833. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 11, 1833, recommending Dr. Fish, in no uncertain terms, for a position in a seminary

Physical Description

1 folder

Beatty, Charles C, 1831. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 1, 1831, that the threat of the New-school theologians to the Old-school is very great and very real

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1 folder

Benedict, David, 1846. 1 folder.
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ALS (copy), November 20, 1846, answers some questions dealing with "Antipoldobaptism"

Physical Description

1 folder

Biddle, Lydia, 1810. 1 folder.
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ALS , September 10, 1810, thanking her for her hospitality to Rev. Dr. Miller and family

Physical Description

1 folder

Biddle, Lydia, 1838. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 8, 1838, asking for information about her father

Physical Description

1 folder

[Buie], John W, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 16, 1841, upon quitting the Seminary at Princeton

Physical Description

1 folder

Burder, George, 1820. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 28, 1820, announcing the conferring of D.D. on John Phillip and George Burder

Physical Description

1 folder

Burgess, Dyer, 1843. 1 folder.
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AL (copy), August 22, 1843, in Rev. Dr. Miller's handwriting, answering his question concerning interpretation of Bible in 1 Tim 1:10

Physical Description

1 folder

Carnahan, James, 1823. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 15, 1823, informing him of his election as President and urging him "to enter upon the duties of the office at as early a day as you may find practicable"; ALS, June 14, 1823, acknowledging Carnahan's acceptance of the Presidency and giving suggestions as to the time of his arrival in Princeton

Physical Description

1 folder

Cassels, Samuel, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), March 28, 1843, offering suggestion of management of domestic missions

Physical Description

1 folder

Cassels, Samuel, 1843. 1 folder.
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AL (copy), March 28, 1843, gives suggestions for conducting domestic missions

Physical Description

1 folder

Chalmers, Thomas, undated. 1 folder.
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ALS, undated, draft, under the Presbytery of New Brunswick

Physical Description

1 folder

Chalmers, Thomas, 1831. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), February 28, 1831, dealing with a volume of Rev. Dr. Chalmers works; ALS (copy), April 11, 1831, to Rev. Dr. Chalmers in which he introduces Dr. William Gerhard

Physical Description

1 folder

Chalmers, Thomas, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), January 28, 1839

Physical Description

1 folder

Chalmers, Thomas, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 15, 1843, from Samuel Miller of Monifieth, Scotland, in reply to a letter soliciting Miller "to be one of those...to follow Dr. Cunningham to America"

Physical Description

1 folder

Cleland, Thomas, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 12, 1833, asking for information about the Cumberland Presbyterians

Physical Description

1 folder

Cleland, Thomas, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 30, 1833, asking for information about the Kentucky revival in 1800-1803

Physical Description

1 folder

Cogswell, Jonathan, 1834. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 24, 1834, about his method of procedure in teaching ecclesiastical history

Physical Description

1 folder

Cogswell, Jonathan, 1834. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 26, 1834, giving an account of his work in the Seminary

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1 folder

Cogswell, Jonathan, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 4, 1836, containing a catalog of authors on Church matters

Physical Description

1 folder

Day, Jeremiah, 1823. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 23, 1823, introducing William Breckinridge, with paper folder, from W. J. Latta, that oringinally housed letter and two others [Note: Originally contained in a paper folder, from another collection, along with a letter to Dr. Griffin

Physical Description

1 folder

Delavan, Edward C, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 29, 1841, about total abstinence

Physical Description

1 folder

Dickerson, Mahlon, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 12, 1836, introducing Rev. Dr. Miller's son, Jonathan Dickinson Miller

Physical Description

1 folder

Dickinson, John, 1801. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), November 23, 1801, congratulating him on the prosperity and progress of Republicanism

Physical Description

1 folder

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Dickinson, John, 1804. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), January 28, 1804, accompanying some volumes of Rev. Dr. Miller's works

Physical Description

1 folder

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Dickinson, John, 1805. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), April 10, 1805, accompanying a copy of Rev. Dr. Miller's sermons on "Suicide"

Physical Description

1 folder

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Duane, William, 1815. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 26, 1815, asking that his subscription to the "Aurore" be stopped

Physical Description

1 folder

Edgeworth, Miss, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), February 18, 1822, accompanying a volume of Rev. Dr. Miller's works

Physical Description

1 folder

Elliot, David, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), December 3, 1836

Physical Description

1 folder

Elliot, David, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), August 10, 1838, dealing with some point of church government

Physical Description

1 folder

Eliot,John, 1808. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 18, 1808

Physical Description

1 folder

Emmerson, Joseph, 1810. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 14, 1810, forbearing to prefix his name to a book [Note: Originally contained in a paper folder, from another collection, along with a letter to Dr. Griffin and a letter to President Jeremiah Day of Yale; both are listed individually. The folder can be found with the letter to Jeremiah Day.]

Physical Description

1 folder

Engles, William M, 1834. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 27, 1834, accompanying a part of Rev. Dr. Miller's manual on "Presbyterianism"

Physical Description

1 folder

Engles, William M, 1834. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 8, 1834, about the manuscript on "Presbyterianism"

Physical Description

1 folder

Engles, William M, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, November 23, 1835, accompanying a collected copy of Rev. Dr. Miller's tract on "Presbyterianism"

Physical Description

1 folder

Engles, William M, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 23, 1848, about publishing his "Thoughts on Public Prayer"

Physical Description

1 folder

Engles, William M, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (copy), undated, asks for suggestions in publishing his book "Thoughts on Public Prayer"

Physical Description

1 folder

Engles, William M, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 19, 1848, asking him to look over and correct Rev. Dr. Miller's work on "Prayer"

Physical Description

1 folder

English, James T., 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 17, 1839, about Baptism

Physical Description

1 folder

Frederick, John, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL, January 17, 1848, asks him to write some sermons

Physical Description

1 folder

Frederick, John, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (extract), May 25, 1844, tells Frederick what he does when worshipping in an Episcopal Church

Physical Description

1 folder

Gemmil, John, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL, undated, an explanation accompanying the republishing from the Boston Centinal the extract from Rev. Dr. Miller's letter to Rev. Mr. Gemmil, possibly in Samuel Miller 's (son) handwriting. [For original letter to Mr. Gemmil, see Miller's Life of Samuel Miller D.D., Vol. 1, p. 130-131]

Physical Description

1 folder

Gilchrist, John T, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 27, 1840, about Rev. Dr. Miller's treatise ""Ruling Elders "

Physical Description

1 folder

Green, Ashbel, 1823. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, 1823

Physical Description

1 folder

Green, Ashbel, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, 1838

Physical Description

1 folder

Green, Ashbel, 1805. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (extract), 1805

Physical Description

1 folder

Green, Ashbel, 1807. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (extract), 1807

Physical Description

1 folder

Green, Ashbel, 1795. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (extract), 1795

Physical Description

1 folder

Green, Ashbel, 1802. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (copy), March 8, 1802, very curious and anxious to learn more about the Kentucky revival

Physical Description

1 folder

Green, Ashbel, 1805. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (copy), March 12, 1805, suggests establishing a magazine by which to engage their adversaries - the Episcopalians

Physical Description

1 folder

Green, Ashbel, 1812. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (extract, copy), 1812, in Samuel Miller 's (son) handwriting, references made to Green's new position as president

Physical Description

1 folder

Green, Ashbel, 1812. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALs (copies) (3), October 1, 1812; October 2, 1812; August 18, 1812; sending Green information about his inauguration as president of N.J. College to be held November 25, 1812

Physical Description

1 folder

Green, Ashbel, 1813. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 31, 1813, suggests Green to write promptly to "my session, on the late choice of the General Assembly," hopes he is doing the right thing by going to Princeton

Physical Description

1 folder

Green, Ashbel, 1813. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), September 30, 1813, to Green, Richards, and Hillyer, regrets inability to comply with their request to let his Inaugural Discourse be printed

Physical Description

1 folder

Green, James S, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

LS, June 5, 1848, giving him friendly counsel

Physical Description

1 folder

Griffin, Frances Huntington, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (extract, copy), undated, tells of the outbreak of pestilence in the city

Physical Description

1 folder

Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1805. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (copy), February 11, 1805, regarding a call the latter had received from the Dutch Church of Albany

Physical Description

1 folder

Griffin, Edward Dorr, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (extract, copy), undated, thanking Dr. and Mrs. Griffin for hospitality shown Rev. Dr. Miller and his wife

Physical Description

1 folder

Griffin, Edward Dorr, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (extract, copy), undated, relating to Rev. Dr. Miller's "Retrospect"

Physical Description

1 folder

Griffin, Edward Dorr, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (extract, copy), undated, relating to the division of the church of New York

Physical Description

1 folder

Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1810. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (extract, copy), March 6, 1810, relating to Griffin's call to Park Street Church in Boston [Note: see Miller's Life of Samuel Miller D.D., Vol. 1, p. 284]

Physical Description

1 folder

Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1809. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (copy), October 30, 1809, relating to his call to the Church of Boston [Note: see Miller's Life of Samuel Miller D.D., Vol. 1, p. 277]

Physical Description

1 folder

Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1811. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (copy), August 12, 1811, congratulating him on his inauguration

Physical Description

1 folder

Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1810. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (extract, copy), March 5, 1810, relating to a sermon of Dr. Griffin's, also to procuring a pulpit for Rev. Dr. Miller's new church

Physical Description

1 folder

Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1813. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 30, 1813, speaking of his appointment to a Professorship in the Seminary [Note: Originally contained in a paper folder, from another collection, along with a letter to Joseph Emmerson and a letter to President Jeremiah Day of Yale; both are listed individually. The folder can be found with the letter to Jeremiah Day.]

Physical Description

1 folder

Hall, John, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 21, 1845, introducing Mr. Henry J. David of the Seminary

Physical Description

1 folder

Hall, John, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 12, 1848, asking for information about Rev. Dr. Elisha Spencer

Physical Description

1 folder

Hall, John, 1846. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, April 10, 1846, accepting his invitation to preach in his pulpit

Physical Description

1 folder

Hall, John, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 14, 1847, stating inability to preach for Dr. Hall on a certain Sunday

Physical Description

1 folder

Hallock, William A, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 5, 1845, replying to his invitation to attend, and speak at, anniversary of American Tract Society

Physical Description

1 folder

Hart, Levi, 1797. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 8, 1797

Physical Description

1 folder

How, Thomas Y, 1808. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 28, 1808, is glad to learn that certain expression in How's "Letters" to which Rev. Dr. Miller took exception was a typographical error, hopes that no ecclesiastical warfare will interfere with their friendship

Physical Description

1 folder

Huntting, William, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (copy), August 29, 1845, explains the origin of the preparatory service to the Lord's Supper

Physical Description

1 folder

Janeway, Thomas, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 15, 1847, friendly letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Jay, John, 1800. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 14, 1800, dealing with Rev. Dr. Miller's sermon on George Washington

Physical Description

1 folder

Lagow, John, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 26, 1838, answer to Mr. Lagow's request that Rev. Dr. Miller write a series of essays on the subject of Psalmody

Physical Description

1 folder

Laurie, George and John, 1817. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 10, 1817, ordering wine

Physical Description

1 folder

Laurie, J. C, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), February 24, 1845, dealing with one of a series of articles to the Missionary Chronicle

Physical Description

1 folder

Linn, James F., 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), August 30, 1841, gives a biographical sketch of Rev. Dr. William Linn and Rev. Dr. John Blair Linn

Physical Description

1 folder

Ledyard, Susan, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (extract, copy), undated

Physical Description

1 folder

Ledyard, Henry, 1838. 1 folder.
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ANS (copy), December 1, 1838, expressing appreciation of the olive wood cane presented to him by Mr. Ledyard

Physical Description

1 folder

Lowrie, Walter, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 3, 1848, relating to the support of "Institution in the West" for the "diffusion of sound principles in religion and literature"

Physical Description

1 folder

Lowrie, Walter, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), January 3, 1848, gives his opion on a certain enterprise which the Board of Missions proposed

Physical Description

1 folder

Magie, David, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, 1836.

Physical Description

1 folder

McCoskry, Samuel Allen, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 21, 1841, accompanying a copy of Rev. Dr. Miller's "Memoirs of Dr. Nisbet" (Bishop McCosky's grandfather)

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1809. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 5, 1809, regrets that he can not exchange pulpits on the next Sabbath

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1 folder

McDowell, John, 1809. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 23, 1809, referring to Mr. McDowell's call to Dutch Church of New York

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1809. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 19, 1809, relating to his call to the Brick Church of New York

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1814. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 3, 1814, asking him to send the original of the "Report of the Professors"

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1812. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 28, 1812, relating to filling Dr. Spring's pulpit during his illness

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1 folder

McDowell, John, 1809. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 1, 1809, relating to date of a meeting of a certain committee

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1814. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, September 23, 1814, asking him to be present at a meeting of the Board of Directors

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, December 31, 1822, about Dr. Rice's condition of health (Dr. Rice was elected president but declined)

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1824. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, November 8, 1824, about Wall Street Church

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1825. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 9, 1825, that Rev. McDowell should accept the call to New York

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1829. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, May 6, 1829, about some "La Fagette Peas"

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1829. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, December 7, 1829, about purchasing some of Dr. McDowell's "Bible Questions"

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 6, 1833, about deplorable financial conditions at the Seminary

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1 folder

McDowell, John, 1834. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 16, 1834, regarding pressure of other writing necessitates putting off the article McDowell, Engles, and Winchester have asked for.

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1834. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 31, 1834, writes that he and fellow professors are hard put to get along without their salaries, would like to know if there is any chance for relief

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1834. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 6, 1834, expressing disapproval of the plan to publish his work on Baptism in two separate tracts; ANS (attached), McDowell advises publishing Rev. Dr. Miller's work without separation

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1834. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 2, 1834, about Rev. Dr. Miller's "Sermons on Baptism."

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1834. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 5, 1834, about the manuscripts on "Presbyterianism"

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1834. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 15, 1834, acknowledging the receipt of a contribution toward the Professor's salaries

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, February 7, 1835, introducing Mr. Samuel Davies Campbell

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, May 2, 1836, accompanying a draft for a certain Mr. Allen's subscription to the Seminary chapel

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, 1836

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1837. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, 1837

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1837. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 3, 1837

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, 1838

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, 1839

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 22, 1844, suggesting ways and means to pay off the debt to the publisher, contracted by his son, by said son's work, "Report of the Presbyterian Church," which has not sold

Physical Description

1 folder

McDowell, John, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, 1844

Physical Description

1 folder

McKnight, John, 1809. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 23, 1809, rough draft in which Rev. Dr. Miller writes that he is anxious to have an investigation and to submit the matter before the Presbytery meeting in June.

Physical Description

1 folder

McKnight, John, 1809. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 25, 1809, rejoicing that McKnight favors an investigation, saying, if he chooses the men for arbitration or prefers to submit the matter before all the officers of the church, it will be quite all right with Miller

Physical Description

1 folder

McKnight, John, 1809. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), May 27, 1809, requesting a list of the charges McKnight plans to bring against him

Physical Description

1 folder

Milledoler, [Phillip], undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

L (copy), undated

Physical Description

1 folder

Miller, John, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

L (copy), 1848

Physical Description

1 folder

Monteith, William J, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, 1840, (explanatory note enclosed)

Physical Description

1 folder

Morford, William, 1820. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, 1820

Physical Description

1 folder

Morse, Jedediah, 1797 November 27-1798 December 24. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

Two letters. One AL (dated November 27, 1797) and one AL (copy, dated December 24, 1798).

Physical Description

1 folder

Morse, Jedediah, 1807. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (copy), 1807 (another copy in Folder 125)

Physical Description

1 folder

Morse, Jedediah, 1809. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (copy), 1808

Physical Description

1 folder

Morse, Jedediah, 1809. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), February 14, 1809, accompanied by a review of Dr. Dwight's sermon

Physical Description

1 folder

Morse, Jedediah, 1805. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), April 13, 1805, commends him for his opposition to heterodoxy in Harvard College

Physical Description

1 folder

Morse, Jedediah, 1807. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), December 22, 1807, expressing his views on a certain plan of Dr. Morse's (another copy in Folder 121)

Physical Description

1 folder

Morse, Jedediah, 1797. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AN (copy), June 8, 1797, to Rev. Dr. Morse accompanying a sermon on "Manumission"

Physical Description

1 folder

Murray, Nicholas, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (copy), undated, about Dr. Murray's request for a copy of Rev. Dr. Miller's "address at the dedication of the Caldwell monument" for publication

Physical Description

1 folder

Murphey, Thomas Grier, 1848-1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALs (copies), 1848-1849, relating to gift of money made by a Mr. Lennox to the Church of Dover

Physical Description

1 folder

Nassau Hall Education Society, Treasurer, 1825. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, 1825

Physical Description

1 folder

New York State, Legislature, 1801. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ADS, January 20, 1801, asking that a translation of the Dutch records of New York be made for his history of New York

Physical Description

1 folder

Nettleton, Asahel, 1824. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 19, 1824, commending Nettleton's new hymn book

Physical Description

1 folder

Nettleton, Asahel, 1832. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 8, 1832, relating to work of Board of Education of the General Assembly

Physical Description

1 folder

Nettleton, Asahel, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 24, 1833, inviting Nettleton to remain with them during his stay in Princeton

Physical Description

1 folder

Nettleton, Asahel, 1834. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 14, 1834, relating to "Pastoral Union of Conn."

Physical Description

1 folder

Nettleton, Asahel, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 23, 1835, to Rev. Asahel Nettleton stating Rev. Dr. Miller's reason for not publishing a reply to Dr. Lyman Beecher

Physical Description

1 folder

Nettleton, Asahel, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 9, 1836, (including draft)

Physical Description

1 folder

Nettleton, Asahel, 1837. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 4, 1837, relating to "Dr. Porter's letter to Dr. B." [Note: "Dr. B." probably refers to Dr. Lyman Beecher.]

Physical Description

1 folder

Nettleton, Asahel, 1837. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 1837, about an investigation into the doctrine and teaching of Dr. Taylor

Physical Description

1 folder

Nettleton, Asahel, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 5, 1839, informing him that the D.D. degree had been conferred on him

Physical Description

1 folder

Nettleton, Asahel, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 17, 1839, inviting him to visit Princeton

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1804. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 25, 1804, giving his reason for declining to act as editor in the publishing of Dr. Nisbet's lectures

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1805. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 27, 1805, announcing his intention of giving some account of Dr. Nisbet's life

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1805. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 11, 1805, about "the propriety of making a disposition of the copyright of Dr. Nisbet's lectures either in Edinburgh or London"

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1806. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 3, 1806, relating to publishing the theological lectures of Dr. Charles Nisbet

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1806. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 4, 1806, accompanying a package, also asking Mr. Nisbet to forward some books to Princeton

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 5, 1838, asking for information about his father, Dr. Nisbet

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 25, 1838, about some letters of Dr. Nisbet's correspondence

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 30, 1839, about certain point in the life of his father Rev. Dr. Nisbet

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 3, 1839, about a method of publishing the "Memoir of Dr. Nisbet"

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 6, 1839, about the publication of the "Memoir of Dr. Nisbet"

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 28, 1839, about the publication of the "Memoir of Dr. Nisbet"

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, August 10, 1839, about the maiden name of his paternal grandmother

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 23, 1839, asking for information for his "Memoir of Dr. Nisbet."

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 21, 1839, accompanying a copy of Dr. Nisbet's engraving

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 26, 1839, about paying the bill for the engraving of Dr. Nisbet's portrait

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 17, 1839, about publishing the "Memoir of Dr. Nisbet."

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 27, 1840, about the letters of Dr. Nisbet to the East of Buchan

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 22, 1840, regarding the publication of the "Memoir of Dr. Nisbet"

Physical Description

1 folder

Nesbit, Alexander, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 7, 1841, about sending the remaining copies of Rev. Dr. Miller's "Memoir of Dr. Nisbet"

Physical Description

1 folder

Nott, Eliphalet, 1803. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 26, 1803, introducing Rev. Alden

Physical Description

1 folder

Nott, Eliphalet, 1803. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 26, 1803, explaining the circumstances leading to Kollock's decision to stay at Princeton rather than accept the call to the Dutch congregation in Albany

Physical Description

1 folder

Nott, Eliphalet, 1804. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 12, 1804, expressing sympathy on the death of his wife

Physical Description

1 folder

Nott, Eliphalet, 1804. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 14, 1804, concerning Aaron Burr's duel, his vindication by Gov. Bloomfield, Rev. Dr. Miller's opinion on duels, the presidency of Union College

Physical Description

1 folder

Nott, Eliphalet, 1805. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 12, 1805, accompanying three copies of Rev. Dr. Miller's pamphlet on "Suicide"

Physical Description

1 folder

Nott, Eliphalet, 1806. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 22, 1806, in regard to procuring a Doctorate for Mr. Griffen of Newark

Physical Description

1 folder

Nott, Eliphalet, 1806. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 17, 1806, about an eclipse

Physical Description

1 folder

University of Pennyslvania Centennary, Committee of, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 22, 1849, answering the invitation to the centenary [Note: see Miller's Life of Samuel Miller D.D. Vol. 2, p. 521]

Physical Description

1 folder

Platt, Jonas Gold, Thomas R. Miller, Morris, 1812. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 17, 1812, declining the presidency of Hamilton College

Physical Description

1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1827. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), February 26, 1827, dealing with the subject of "a printing office and a bookstore for the Presbyterian Church in the US" and a new edition of "Letters on Christian Ministry"

Physical Description

1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), 1833

Physical Description

1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), August 28, 1833, taking up the question among others of "love, union, and cooperation among different denominations"

Physical Description

1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (probably a copy), January29, 1836, giving an account of Dr. Nevins as a "student, preacher, gentleman and Christian"

Physical Description

1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1837. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), December 5, 1837

Physical Description

1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), January 13, 1838, accompnaying a check for subscriptions to the "Watchman of the South"

Physical Description

1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (probably a copy), March 5, 1838

Physical Description

1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 24, 1842, manuscript of article published in southern paper

Physical Description

1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, (probably a copy) January 9, 1843, giving Plumer friendly advice

Physical Description

1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), May 19, 1849, relating to Rev. Dr. Miller's resigning from his professorship in the Seminary

Physical Description

1 folder

Postmaster of Richmond, VA, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, September 28, 1822, asking him to readdress two letters of Rev. Dr. Miller's to Dr. Rice

Physical Description

1 folder

Presbyterian Church of USA, General Moderator, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALsS (3), undated, relating to "baptizing those who had been baptized by Romanists," signed by Rev. Dr. Samuel Miller, Rev. Robert Y. Wilson, and Dr. A. Alexander

Physical Description

1 folder

President of the Board of Trustees, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 19, 1848, containing information about illness preventing his attention, the meeting of the Board of Trustees, and remarks about degree of D.D. conferred on Rev. Samuel Miller of Glasgow

Physical Description

1 folder

Princeton College, Board of Trustees, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 18, 1849, resigning from the Board of Trustees

Physical Description

1 folder

Princeton Theological Seminary, Board of Directors, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ADS, May 17, 1847, asking that some of his labors at the Seminary might be removed

Physical Description

1 folder

Reed, Andrew, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 28, 1836, about the slavery question

Physical Description

1 folder

Reynolds, John V, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 39, 1847, giving him advice relating to controversy with Mrs. Heidekopper, a Unitarian

Physical Description

1 folder

Renshaw, Richard (college classmate), 1790. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 25, 1790

Physical Description

1 folder

Rice, John H, 1818. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 14, 1818, to Rev. John H. Rice relating to licensing "exhorters and catechists"

Physical Description

1 folder

Rice, John H, 1818. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), December 14, 1818, relating to "licensing exhorters and cathechists"

Physical Description

1 folder

Rice, John H, 1820. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 28, 1820

Physical Description

1 folder

Rice, John H, 1820. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 17, 1820, expressing his sorrow at the death of Dr. Hoge

Physical Description

1 folder

Rice, John H, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 26, 1822, announcing Rice's election to the presidency of N.J. College, salary arrangements, Rev. Dr. Miller hoping Rice will accept the call

Physical Description

1 folder

Rice, John H, 1820. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 28, 1820, announcing three subscribers to his magazine

Physical Description

1 folder

Rice, John H, 1825. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 31, 1825

Physical Description

1 folder

Riker, James Jr, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 5 ,1849, sending a few facts of James Lyon's life in response to Riker's request

Physical Description

1 folder

Riker, James Jr, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), June 21, 1849

Physical Description

1 folder

Rodgers, John R. B, 1815. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 23, 1815

Physical Description

1 folder

Romeyn, John B, 1817. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 3, 1817, answering a request that theological students become agents for a forthcoming set of Owen's works, reference to the recent student riots; AD, June 23, 1818, by A. Alexander and Samuel Miller, an order to pay Moses Hunter a sum of money "for needy theological students"

Physical Description

1 folder

Rush, Benjamin, 1811. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 25, 1811, requesting Rush give him what information he knows about Dr. Rodgers, about whose life Rev. Dr. Miller is going to write

Physical Description

1 folder

Rush, Benjamin, 1808. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 16, 1808, writes that he is greatly honored by the offer of presidency of Dickinson College but can not accept it for many reasons

Physical Description

1 folder

Sergeant, David R, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 7, 1842, about some stocks in the "water loan" of New York

Physical Description

1 folder

Sergeant, John, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 1, 1838, sending the principles of Church Government to Sergeant, James McDowell's speech to the alumni well-liked

Physical Description

1 folder

Slack, Elijah, 1819. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

LS, February 16, 1819, certifying as to the religious, moral, and intellectual character of Stephen Saunders

Physical Description

1 folder

Smith, David Marsh, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ADS, May 19, 1847, testimonial on Smith's behalf

Physical Description

1 folder

Sprague, William B, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (extract, copy), undated, on "the decline of orthodoxy in New England, particularly in Boston"

Physical Description

1 folder

Sprague, William B, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 4, 1822, sending printed sermons, printed account of Seminary, second edition of sermon

Physical Description

1 folder

Sprague, William B, 1828. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 6, 1828, complying with a request by sending papers, eulogizes activities of the Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions

Physical Description

1 folder

Sprague, William B, 1829. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 1, 1829, on his willingness to have a sermon published

Physical Description

1 folder

Sprague, William B, 1831. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 5, 1831, asking for a book review for Biblical Repertory

Physical Description

1 folder

Street, Herbert, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AN (copy), 1849, a former pupil of his, dealing with a publication

Physical Description

1 folder

Street, Robert, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 7, 1849, answering Street's questions in regard to method of procedure in trying a member of church for violation of church law

Physical Description

1 folder

Taylor, James, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 4, 1822,about a supposed misquotation of Dr. Priestley in a work by Rev. Dr. Miller

Physical Description

1 folder

Todd, Eunice, 1809. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (copy), February 14, 1809, thanking Todd for a donation to Seminary students

Physical Description

1 folder

Todd, Eunice, 1809. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 14, 1809, thanking Todd for a donation to the Seminary students

Physical Description

1 folder

Turner, Fielding L, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 2, 1833, with paternal advice

Physical Description

1 folder

Turnbull, William, Sr, 1807. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 4, 1807, relating to "Memoirs of Dr. Charles Nisbet"

Physical Description

1 folder

Turnbull, Henry C, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 24, 1838, relating to life of Dr. Charles Nisbet

Physical Description

1 folder

Tustin, Septimino, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), October 26, 1847, helping Tustin to prepare a lecture on the subject of "Spectrical Illusions"

Physical Description

1 folder

Verplank, Gulian C, 1814. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 31, 1814, giving him a biographical sketch of John Dickinson, Esq.

Physical Description

1 folder

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Watts, John, 1812. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, April 9, 1812, thanking Watts for his address upon the occasion of the death of Rev. Dr. Miller's brother

Physical Description

1 folder

Webster, Richard, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), October 12, 1848, asking Webster some questions concerning the life of Dr. Spencer of Elizabeth [Note: attached to this copy is a note written by the individual who copied the letter and signed J.E.M.]

Physical Description

1 folder

Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg, 1830. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 27, 1830, containing numerous facts about Samuel Blair, his family, his life, and his character

Physical Description

1 folder

Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg, 1821. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 29, 1821, giving Wisner advice in his new charge.

Physical Description

1 folder

Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg, 1821. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 10, 1821, respecting an exchange of pulpits with a Unitarian Minister

Physical Description

1 folder

Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg, 1821. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 23, 1821, to Rev. Wisner about a printed "Letter"

Physical Description

1 folder

Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 2, 1822, accompanying some publication of Rev. Dr. Miller's

Physical Description

1 folder

Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 15, 1822

Physical Description

1 folder

Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 23, 1822, inviting him to visit them at Princeton

Physical Description

1 folder

Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg, 1823. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 17, 1823, thanking him for advice on publishing one of his works

Physical Description

1 folder

Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg, 1825. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 11, 1825, dealing with the Waldensian views of "podobaptism"

Physical Description

1 folder

Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg, 1827. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 18, 1827, asking for suggestions for a 2nd edition of "Clerical Manners and Habits"

Physical Description

1 folder

Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg, 1827. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 13, 1827

Physical Description

1 folder

Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg, 1828. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 20, 1828, relating to publishing Dr. W.S. Miller's letter to Dr. Codman

Physical Description

1 folder

Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg, 1829. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 6, 1829, asking for some extracts from various religious works for a new edition of "On Ruling Elders"

Physical Description

1 folder

Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg, 1830. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 7, 1830, asking Wisner to purchase for, or loan to, him "Chauncey's translation (with a commentary) of all that the talkers of the first two centuries say about Patricism"

Physical Description

1 folder

Wisner, Benjamin Blydenburg, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 25, 1833

Physical Description

1 folder

Woodward, William W, 1823. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 29, 1823, regarding the proof of some printing he is doing for Dr. Miller

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL, April 6, ----, giving a brief sketch of Dr. Rodgers

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, 1829. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL, undated, giving Rev. Dr. Miller's views on the character of a certain Mr. S. [possibly Dr. Stuart?], with TMsS, September 29, 1829, from Archibald Alexander, Samuel Miller, and Charles Hodge, to former students of the Theological Seminary, requesting assistance in raising the funds necessary to erect a chapel

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AN, undated,in Rev. Dr. Miller's handwriting, relating the actions of the General Assembly of 1836

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 27, 1822, to "My Dear Brother," about Rice's ill-health and measures taken to keep him in Virginia, both making it doubtful that he will accept the presidency of N.J. College, noting many new accessions to the college

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), undated, discusses the religious character of Mr. Charles C. Pinckney

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, 1792. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), October 4, 1792, accompanying a "Constitution of Delaware"

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), May 18, 1844, asking that a search be made for a lost manuscript of his

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), to a certain Madam, expressing his care for her spiritual welfare

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), undated, to a member of the American Tract Society, praising the work of the society

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), undated, to a young friend, addressing said friend's doubts about the doctrine of the Trinity [Note attached to folder: This letter seems to be identical to that of Box 2 Folder 16 addressed to Mr. John W. Buie]

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (extract, copy), 1849, to a pastor, praising the ladies of Princeton

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (extract, copy), undated, a general letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AL (copy), enclosing a subscription towards building a mission house

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, 1807. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, New York, July 9, 1807, to an unknown person, answer to said individual's contemplation of suicide; with AL, May 25, 1807, from the unknown person, telling how he was saved from committing suicide by Rev. Dr. MIller's discourse on that subject; AN, undated, labeling said letter from the unknown individual as such

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 3, 1848, regarding the "Epistles of Ignatius"

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May, ----, to an unkown Reverend, asking him to abandon his purpose in having a vote of censure passed upon the Moderator of the General Assembly

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

LS, November 25, 1836, to an unknown Reverend, upon quitting a pastoral charge

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 19, 1842, expressing regret at not being able to occupy pulpit

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), July 19, 1849, giving information about George McNish and Samuel Horton

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 8, 1835, giving a list of subscriptions to the Seminary Professor's Salary Fund from New York

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 20, 1835, about Dr. Alexander's salary

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, 1819. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 30, 1819, about a circular subscribed by James Richards

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (draft), undated, in Rev. Dr. Miller's hand, respecting the wearing of black gowns in the pulpit

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, undated, to a friend, containing friendly advice regarding the friend's proposal to renounce the Roman Catholic faith and become a Presbyterian

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, 1810. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (draft), November 19, 1810, relating to exchange of pulpits with "heterodox ministers"

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (draft), October 12, 1840, advising a certain minister to resign from his charge

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, undated, to the publishers of Rev. Jean Paul Perrin's History of the Old Waldenses Anterior to the Reformation, a recommendation

Physical Description

1 folder

Unknown Recipient, 1792. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AD, 1792, the valedictory sermon delivered in the church at Dover after accepting a call to New York

Physical Description

1 folder

Scope and Contents

Consists of letters received from individuals such as John Adams, Samuel Bayard, John Dickinson, Thomas Jefferson, James Lenox, James Madison, Benjamin Rush, and John Witherspoon, as well as others.

Arrangement

Arranged alphabetically by correspondent.

Physical Description

10 boxes

Photostats of correspondence in the Breckenridge Long Collection at Library of Congress, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

Copies of letters by John Adams, Robert Breckenridge, William R. Breckenridge, John Miller, Samuel Miller, Sarah Miller, William Whitney

Physical Description

1 folder

Abbott, Asahel, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 23, ---- ,about entering the ministry; ALS, June 4, ----, asking advice on certain theological questions

Physical Description

1 folder

Abeel, Gustavus, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 29, 1848, requesting a sketch of the writer's father as minister, pastor, and man; ALS, March 3, 1848, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for a favor

Physical Description

1 folder

Adams, John, 1820. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (with envelope), July 7, 1820, discussing Calvinism; April 13, 1811, addressed to Rev. Dr. Miller, signed by Adams

Physical Description

1 folder

Agnew, Samuel, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 25, 1841, asking Rev. Dr. Miller for information and judgment for drafting the constitution of the "Breckenridge Protestant Association"; ALS, November 12, 1849, acknowledging receipt of subscription to the "Woodrow Society"

Physical Description

1 folder

Alden, Joseph, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 28, 1845, declaring his intentions of writing a series of volumes on the lives of the Puritans

Physical Description

1 folder

Alexander, Archibald, 1812. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 12, 1812, discussing the "Act of Toleration" and the "Act of Uniformity" in Virginia; ANS, December 30, 1822, containing passages from Justin Martyr regarding "Eternal Generations"; DS, undated, authorizing Samuel Miller (son) to collect money to erect a school house near Rocky Hill

Physical Description

1 folder

Alexander, James W, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 16, 1842, criticizing certain letters of Rev. Dr. Miller; ALS, January 25, 1845, to Mrs. Sarah Miller (wife), enclosing a communication from James Lennox; ALS, April 14, 1846, giving advice on the mode of directing the Jewish Society; ALS, June 8, 1847, expressing willingness to write a discourse; ALS, October 18, 1847, general letter; ALS, November 16, 1847, about a church site

Physical Description

1 folder

Alexander, Joseph Addison, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 3, 1843, discussing certain passages in Bingham

Physical Description

1 folder

Alexander, Thomas, 1816. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 6, 1816

Physical Description

1 folder

"Aliquis", 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 25, 1842, suggesting that Rev. Dr. Miller criticise, a week previous to delivery, each sermon preached by Seminary students

Physical Description

1 folder

Allen,[William] R, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 5, 1847, announcing receipt of $3.00; contains copy of letter soliciting contributions for the African Education and Civ. Society

Physical Description

1 folder

Allen, William, 1817. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 7, 1817, on decision of Supreme Court of N.H. concerning charter of Dartmouth College

Physical Description

1 folder

Allen, William, 1819. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 18, 1819, relating to property bequeathed to the General Assembly by John Wheelock, President of Dartmouth College

Physical Description

1 folder

Allen, William, 1817. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 22, 1817, announcing the death of Pres. John Wheelock of Dartmouth and dealing with the disposal of Wheelock's property; ALS, June 7, 1822, dealing with the disposal of Pres. Wheelock's property

Physical Description

1 folder

Anderson, Robert N, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

D.S., undated, review of Dr. Stuart's essay on "What is the duty of the church in regard to fermented wine in celebrating the Lord's supper"; ALS, undated, discussing the use of fermented wine in celebrating the Lord's supper; ALS, July 19, 1835, about temperance

Physical Description

1 folder

Alrich, P. L, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, undated, to Committee of New Brunswick Presbytery asking them to look into and attempt to improve religious conditions in Trenton

Physical Description

1 folder

Andrews, Silas M, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 13, 1843, asking Rev. Dr. Miller to answer the problem of whether baptism should be denied a child christened a Catholic, and noting the flourishing state of religion in Doylestown

Physical Description

1 folder

Andrews, William Watson, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 17, 1847, requesting Rev. Dr. Miller's permission to publish a letter from late Smith to Miller, Rev. Dr. Miller's consent on a letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Apthorp, George, H, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 19, 1833, describing his work in Ceylon; ALS, October 14, 1836, asking advice on a theological question

Physical Description

1 folder

Ashbridge, George W, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 5, 1833, on resolution passed by the Presbytery of Louisville

Physical Description

1 folder

Ashhurst, Lewis R, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 26, ----, to either Rev. Dr. Miller or Samuel Miller (son), regretting inability to accept an invitation; autograph only, September 22, ----

Physical Description

1 folder

Auchincloss, Hugh, 1855. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 6, 1855, announcing donations to Princeton Theological Seminary

Physical Description

1 folder

Backus, John Chester, 1837-1867. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 15, 1837; ALS, May 5, 1842; ALS, September 13, 1843, asking for information concerning the roundness of belief of Mr. Hornblower; ALS, April 22, 1846, asking for introductions to distinguished persons in the British Isles; ALS, June 4, 1867, to Samuel Miller (son), regarding works on Unitarianism

Physical Description

1 folder

Badeau, Richard M, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 21, 1842, on whether to go to Africa as a missionary, requesting that Rev. Dr. Miller write to the American Board of his qualification and let them judge what he should do

Physical Description

1 folder

Badeau, Richard M, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 13, 1843, on whether or not to baptize children of members but not communicants, why he did not go to Africa, his desire to go west versus his desire to stay at Summit Hill, success of the gospel there and nearby

Physical Description

1 folder

Baird, Robert, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 5, 1835, discussing "Ecclesiastical History" by M. Merle d'Aubigné, a medal stuck at Geneva commemorating the "Jubilee of Reformation"

Physical Description

1 folder

Balfour, Robert, 1800. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 27, 1800, introducing John McIntosh by whom he sends copies of Snodgrass's "Communion, on the Book of Revelation"

Physical Description

1 folder

Baltimore 2nd Presbyterian Church, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ADS, August 20, 1841, resolutions passed by the Presbyterian Church of Baltimore at the news of the death of John Breckenridge; ALS, August 23, 1841, to Rev. Dr. Miller from John Wilson sending the above resolution and expressing sympathy

Physical Description

1 folder

Bancker, Charles N, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 21, 1838, asking for the return of a manuscript loaned to Rev. Dr. Miller

Physical Description

1 folder

Barbour, Robert, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 3, 1841, calling Rev. Dr. Miller's attention to the circulation of some theological work in America

Physical Description

1 folder

Barbour, Robert, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, November 28, 1841

Physical Description

1 folder

Barbour, Robert, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 18, 1842, criticizing Smyth's ecclesiastical catechism

Physical Description

1 folder

Bardwell, Horatio John, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 1, 1840, requesting to settle dispute in Xenophon, which Rev. Dr. Miller says disproves claim of Baptists that it means to "immerse"

Physical Description

1 folder

Barnard, Robert, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 14, 1849, dealing with the selling of some old tools

Physical Description

1 folder

Barnes, Albert, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 22, 1833

Physical Description

1 folder

Barnes, Albert, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 9, 1835; ALS, December 26, 1835, asking advice about his troubles with the Synod of Philadelphia, expressing thanks for Rev. Dr. Miller's council and further discussion of the situations

Physical Description

1 folder

Barnes, Albert, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 4, 1835, about a sermon to be delivered in Pittsburgh before the general assembly

Physical Description

1 folder

Barrett, Newton, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 17, 1848, asking for information on Calvin and his doctrine

Physical Description

1 folder

Bartley, John M. C, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 11, 1848; ALS, September 18, 1849, containing extracts from a manuscript on Dr. Park's (of Andover Seminary) lectures; ALS, November 7, 1842, enclosing a gift for the Board of Foreign Missions

Physical Description

1 folder

Basington, E, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 17, 1841, applying for a missionary charge

Physical Description

1 folder

Bayard, Samuel, 1807. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 20, 1807, expresses thanks and praise for the two volumes sent him, considers this controversial work will add more to his reputation than to any other yet published by him [Enclosure: copy of above made by Rev. Dr. Miller]

Physical Description

1 folder

Baynes, Richard, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, undated

Physical Description

1 folder

Beebee, L. S, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (initials), March 12, 1844, desiring letter of dissmission from the Presbytery of New Brunswick and recommendation to that of Louisville

Physical Description

1 folder

Beecher, Edward, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 17, 1845, asking for information on "man stealing" as is

Physical Description

1 folder

Begg, James, 1846. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 2, 1846, announcing the death of his son

Physical Description

1 folder

Benedict, David, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 18, 1847, concerning a French work by Perrin and a Latin oration on the Waldenses by Vesenbecius

Physical Description

1 folder

Benedict, Erastus C, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

NS, October 26, 1844, inviting him to attend the 40th anniversary of the New York Historical Society

Physical Description

1 folder

Bethune, Divie, 1820. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 4, 1820, concerning books for the Seminary Library

Physical Description

1 folder

Bethune, Divie, 1820. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 17, 1820, enclosing a letter from Rev. Mr. Bender on the subject of a D.D. or L.L.D. for Rev. John Phillip

Physical Description

1 folder

Bethune, George Washington, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 17, 1847, regarding a certain Mr. Edmund C. Bettinger

Physical Description

1 folder

Bethune, Joanna, 1846. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 21, 1846, sending some of her late husband's papers

Physical Description

1 folder

Biggs, Thomas J, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 29, 1835, recalling his happy days at Princeton, giving an account of Lane Seminary, expressing his need for Rev. Dr. Miller's aid in drawing up a plan of instruction for course of Ecclesiastical Polity

Physical Description

1 folder

Biggs, Thomas J, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 1, 1848, introducing his son, Henry W. Biggs, who intends to go to the Princeton Theological Seminary

Physical Description

1 folder

Bishop, Artemus, 1832. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 3, 1832, describing growth of the church in the Sandwich Island; ALS, March 15, 1845, personal letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Bishop, Robert Hamilton, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 27, 1840, discussing division of the Cincinatti Synod of the Presbyterian Church and enclosing resolutions; ALS, April 1841, asking Rev. Dr. Miller to review his book on government in "Biblical Repertory" (contains circular of Miami University); LS, June 15, 1847, regarding action as to the property of Lane Seminary

Physical Description

1 folder

Bissell, Samuel B. S, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 6, 1842, asking advice regarding baptism

Physical Description

1 folder

Bittinger, Edmund C, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 7, 1841, asking advice about taking a charge before graduating from the Seminary; ALS, June 28, 1844, asking information as to confirmation by the Episcopal Church; ALS, February 15, 1847, asking for a letter of recommendation

Physical Description

1 folder

Black, Robert, 1800. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 11, 1800, acknowledging letter; ALS, April 24, 1801, containing statistics of religious denominations in Ireland; ALS, April 29, 1803, on inability to contribute books to Seminary Library

Physical Description

1 folder

Bleecker, D. M, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 25, 1835, dealing with the sending of a letter and a volume from Mr. Stevens of Rotterdam

Physical Description

1 folder

Bly, James, 1827. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 15, 1827, asking for information on the Lord's Supper

Physical Description

1 folder

Blythe, Joseph W, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 27, 1845, to Samuel Miller (son), giving description of Sam, his farm hand; ALS, February 22, 1845, to Samuel Miller (son), recommending as farm hand James Davison, colored

Physical Description

1 folder

Boardman, Henry A, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 26, 1842, hoping John Miller (son) can take on a job as a missionary of Philadelphia for the need is urgent for such a man as he

Physical Description

1 folder

Boardman, Henry A, 1840-1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 15, 1840, discussing the matter of compensation for Rev. Dr. Miller's literary work and enclsoing a check for $100; ALS, December 28, 1841, about a sermon and a son of Rev. Dr. Miller; ALS, September 30, 1842, regarding a scholarship; ALS, March 6, 1844, regarding one of his works; ALS, September 29, ----, asking information about administering the Lord's supper privately; ALS, undated, regarding the editorship of the "North American"; ALS, February 26, 1849, about Rev. Dr. Miller's resignation

Physical Description

1 folder

Bond, Lewis, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 8, 1843, concerning baptism and Baptists; ALS, June 6, 1848, establishing a parochial school in Plainfield

Physical Description

1 folder

Bonnell, William Wilson, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 1841, about a collection of sermons

Physical Description

1 folder

Bradbury, Elbridge, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 15, 1841

Physical Description

1 folder

Brant, Joseph, 1801. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 9, 1801, concerning a "society for spreading religion and civilization among the Indians," the society for propagating the Gospel among Indians and others in North America

Physical Description

1 folder

Bradford, John M, 1804. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 4, 1804, to Dr. Ashbel Green, also includes an extract from Dr. Smith's lectures on the subject of polygamy and Mr. Well's letter on that subject

Physical Description

1 folder

Brayton, Isaac, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 21, 1845, asking advice on some question of church government

Physical Description

1 folder

Breckinridge, John (re), undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

AD, undated., resolution by the students of Princeton Seminary on the death of Rev. John Breckenridge, D.D.

Physical Description

1 folder

Breckinridge, Robert Jefferson, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 23, 1836

Physical Description

1 folder

Breckinridge, Robert Jefferson, 1837 June 15. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 15, 1837, regarding a circular written by Rev. Dr. Miller for the Assembly's committee about church reform

Physical Description

1 folder

Breckinridge, William L, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 14, 1843, concerning objections to ordaining Hugh I. Dickson to the ministry

Physical Description

1 folder

Broes, Broërius, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, undated, written in Latin

Physical Description

1 folder

Broes, Broërius, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, undated, written in Latin

Physical Description

1 folder

Broom, John, 1792. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ADS, March 28, 1792, in the name of the First Presbyterian Church of New York, asking Rev. Dr. Miller to preach for them

Physical Description

1 folder

Brown, Richard, 1826. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 22, 1826, to Mrs. Sarah Miller (wife), asking for the approbation of the Ladies Miss. Society of Princeton in some action of his

Physical Description

1 folder

Brown, Allen Henry, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 1, 1845, asking for help for the American Tract Society

Physical Description

1 folder

Brown, Charles Brockden, 1803. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 20, 1803, containing a brief review of the 18th century

Physical Description

1 folder

Brown, Charles Brockden, 1803. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 16, 1803, containing a friendly criticism of the first volume of one of his works

Physical Description

1 folder

Brown, Isaac Vanarsdale, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 5, 1848, awaiting action by the faculty before subscribing to the proposed organ for the new chapel, noting the rotten state of Princeton College

Physical Description

1 folder

Brown, Joseph, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 1842, concerning a controversey with a Baptist minister over the proper method of baptism

Physical Description

1 folder

Brown, Matthew, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 29, 1840, memoirs of Judge Nesbit

Physical Description

1 folder

Brown, William. L, 1803. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 19, 1803, giving an excuse for delay in writing and including a brief description of the Church of Scotland

Physical Description

1 folder

Brownlee, William Craig, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 22, 1838, requesting to have the degree of D.D. conferred on Rev. Balmer A.M.

Physical Description

1 folder

Brownlee, William Craig, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 12, 1841, asking Rev. Dr. Miller to lecture in New York under the auspices of the American Protestant Association

Physical Description

1 folder

Brownlee, William Craig, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 2, 1841, asking permission to change the date of Rev. Dr. Miller's lecture [Note: A William Craig Brownlee obtained an Honorary Degree at Princeton in 1820]

Physical Description

1 folder

Brownlee, William Craig, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 23, 1843, asking Rev. Dr. Miller to secure the degree L.L.D. Princeton for a Mr. John Rogers of London

Physical Description

1 folder

Bruen, Mary A. D, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 5, ----, about buying some theological books at Amboy

Physical Description

1 folder

Bucknall, James, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 28, 1833, asking for a letter of dismission and recommendation from the Presbytery of New Brunswick to the Presbytery of Columbus, Ohio

Physical Description

1 folder

Buie, John W, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 24, 1841, concerning the "Tripersonality of God"

Physical Description

1 folder

Bullions, Alexander Blyth, 1846. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 1, 1846, regarding a charge at East Hampton, L.I.

Physical Description

1 folder

Burder, George, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), relating to Napoleon's attempt to deify himself

Physical Description

1 folder

Burder, George, 1821. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 25, 1821, declining honorary degree D.D. conferred by the college

Physical Description

1 folder

Burder, George, 1820. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 10, 1820, to Divie Bethune regarding a D.D. or L.L.D. degree for Rev. John Philip

Physical Description

1 folder

Burdett, David H, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

autograph of David H. Burdett

Physical Description

1 folder

Burgess, Dyer, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 8, 1843, concerning the Greek word "Andropodistes"

Physical Description

1 folder

Burgess, Dyer, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 2, 1843, concerning negro-slavery

Physical Description

1 folder

Burnett, D, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 28, 1841, regarding a vacant charge in Paterson

Physical Description

1 folder

Burnett, D, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 22, 1841, asking help in securing a minister for a vacant charge in Paterson

Physical Description

1 folder

Burtt, John, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 10, 1845, to Samuel Miller (son), asking for information about the mode of travel to Mr. Holly

Physical Description

1 folder

Burtt, R. J, 1854. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 28, 1852, to Samuel Miller (son), asking for information about William C. Stitt

Physical Description

1 folder

Burwell, Robert, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 23, 1838, regarding confirmation

Physical Description

1 folder

Bush, George Clinton, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 27, 1848, to Samuel Miller (son), expressing grief and disappointment that Mr. Rihildaffer has bestowed his labors in another field, hoping Miller can get someone else to help

Physical Description

1 folder

Callik, F. W, 1855. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 8, 1855, to Samuel Miller (son), accompanying a school circular

Physical Description

1 folder

Campbell, John Nesbit, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 2, 1840, describing his efforts to secure the appointment of Rev. Dr. Miller's son by personal application of the Governor, the Governor's own explanation for inability to give said appointment to Samuel Miller (son), the state of his health

Physical Description

1 folder

Campbell, John Nesbit, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 13, 1840, concerning some stoves for the seminary

Physical Description

1 folder

Campbell, John Nesbit, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 28, 1843, concerning the Episcopalian views on Confirmation

Physical Description

1 folder

Campbell, Quintin, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 14, 1836, regarding his son Benjamin

Physical Description

1 folder

Campbell, Samuel Davis, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 1, 1842, asking for information on some ponit of church government

Physical Description

1 folder

Cardell, [William] S, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 9, 1822, about education

Physical Description

1 folder

Carey, William, 1802. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 22, 1802, dealing with religion

Physical Description

1 folder

Carey, William, 1803. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 3, 1803, describing religious progress in India

Physical Description

1 folder

Carey, William, 1803. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 10, 1803, describing the progress of the mission in India

Physical Description

1 folder

Carey, William, 1803. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), November 10, 1803, describing the progress of the mission in India

Physical Description

1 folder

Carey, William, 1806. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 4, 1806, describing the state of religion in India

Physical Description

1 folder

Carey, William, 1808. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 6, 1808, describing progress of the mission in India

Physical Description

1 folder

Carothers, William, 1808. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALsS (3): October 20, 1808; September 29, 1808; November 2, 1808, as packet containing correspondence relative to Rev. Dr. Miller's election to the office of Principal of Dickinson College [Letters are signed with the name of Andrew Carothers, James Armstrong, John Linn, John King, Robert Cathcart, and James Hamilton]

Physical Description

1 folder

Carpenter, Hugh Smith, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 2, 1845, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for a book

Physical Description

1 folder

Carter, Robert, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 29, 1847, regarding the sending of some books for distribution

Physical Description

1 folder

Carvill, George, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 4, 1842, regarding the copyright of "Letters on clerical manners and habits"

Physical Description

1 folder

Carvill & Co., G. & C, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 13, 1835, regarding the publishing of an edition of "Letters on clerical manners and habits"

Physical Description

1 folder

Carvill & Co., G. & C, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 18, 1835, about "Letters on clerical manners and habits"

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1 folder

Causten, James H, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 7, 1841, asking for some autographed letters

Physical Description

1 folder

Chalmers, Thomas, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), December 28, 1840, apologizing for not answering Rev. Dr. Miller's letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Chamberlain, Jeremiah, 1846. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 7, 1846, regarding some question of church government

Physical Description

1 folder

Chamberlin, Albert, 1898. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, October 20, 1898, to the Librarian of Princeton College

Physical Description

1 folder

Chapman, James, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 3, 1848, saying his reputation has been impunged by a jealous person, requesting Rev. Dr. Miller to state his real character

Physical Description

1 folder

Chauncey, Charles, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 25, 1841, regarding manuscripts of Rev. Dr. Miller's

Physical Description

1 folder

Chauncey, Charles, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 5, 1841, regarding the publication of manuscripts

Physical Description

1 folder

Church, Alonzo, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 25, 1844, asking for facts about the Princeton Theological Seminary

Physical Description

1 folder

Clark, Jason, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 29, 1838, general letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Clark, John Flavel, 1823. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 23, 1823, requests Rev. Dr. Miller to ask Dr. Breckenridge to come to Patterson to plead the cause of the missions, requests Rev. Dr. Miller to ask Profs. Dodd and Alexander to visit him on said Sabbath

Physical Description

1 folder

Clark, John Flavel, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 10, 1841, describing uncomfortable position due to coalition under way, thinking he ought to resign under the circumstances, the problem of a suitable successor

Physical Description

1 folder

Clarke, Adam, 1811. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 4, 1811, discussing a work of his

Physical Description

1 folder

Clarke, Adam, 1805. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 26, 1805, enclosing a diploma from the Philological Society of New Town

Physical Description

1 folder

Clarke, Adam, 1813. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 28, 1813, about textbooks for teaching Ecclesiastical History

Physical Description

1 folder

Clayton, Joshua Anderson, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 6, 1845, regarding some question of church government

Physical Description

1 folder

Cleland, Thomas, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 27, 1833, concerning the writing of a history of the revivals of 1800-1803

Physical Description

1 folder

Clinton, DeWitt, 1798. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 25, 1798, containing a copy of an act passed to encourage the writing of a history of the state of New York

Physical Description

1 folder

Coates, Samuel, 1824. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

DS, October 25, 1824, certificate stating services rendered at Pennsylvania State Hospital by Dr. Samuel Howel

Physical Description

1 folder

Codman, John, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 20, 1844, wishing Rev. Dr. Miller to influence Dr. Alexander to accept the pastorate of Bowdoin Street Church, Boston, noting his brother-in-law has sent Rev. Dr. Miller a copy of his book on the Revelation

Physical Description

1 folder

Codman, John, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 9, 1843, general letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Codman, John, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 3, 1845, introducing Rev. M. Hale Smith

Physical Description

1 folder

Codman, John, 1846. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 20, 1846, concerning the appointment of a president at Andover Theological Seminary

Physical Description

1 folder

Coffin, Charles, 1805. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 25, 1805, concerning college matters

Physical Description

1 folder

Coffin, Charles, 1823. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 9, 1823, concerning Rev. Dr. Miller's answer to Professor Stewarts' letters on the Lordship of Christ

Physical Description

1 folder

Cogswell, Jonathan, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, "To the Family of the late Dr. Miller," statement signed "J. C." relating to Dr. Miller and the Theological Institute of Connecticut [Note: It is not known whether the 'Dr. Miller' referred to is the Rev. Dr. Miller, his father, one of his brothers, or one of his sons. However, the state of the letter suggests it was written during the late 1700s or early 1800s, and thus probably would be referring to Rev. Dr. John Miller (father) or one of Rev. Dr. Miller's brothers.]

Physical Description

1 folder

Cogswell, Jonathan, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 14, 1835, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for a textbook and suggestions in regard to teaching

Physical Description

1 folder

Cogswell, Jonathan, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 29, 1836, asking Rev. Dr. Miller to recommend a textbook on church government

Physical Description

1 folder

Coleman, Lyman, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February, 1844, asking Rev. Dr. Miller to read and criticize one of Mr. Coleman's books which accompanies the letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Coleman, Lyman, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 19, 1844, asking for Rev. Dr. Miller's opinion of Mr. Coleman's book, "The Primitive Church"

Physical Description

1 folder

Collins, William H, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 22, 1835, answers questions put by Rev. Dr. Miller regarding the charter granted the Roman Catholic colonists of Maryland

Physical Description

1 folder

Collins & Co, 1812. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 1, 1812, to Dr. Edward Miller, relating to publishing the Medical Repository

Physical Description

1 folder

Collins & Co, 1814. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ADS, April 27, 1814, releasing Rev. Dr. Miller from all expense connected with publication of Medical Repository

Physical Description

1 folder

Colt, John, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 15, 1841, respecting a note of Rev. Dr. Miller's which should be in the Princeton Bank

Physical Description

1 folder

Colt, John Donaldson, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 25, 1849, thanking for the letter, which serves as a voucher in some business matters; warm professions of regard and esteem from Mrs. Colt and himself

Physical Description

1 folder

Colt, Roswell, L, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 24, 1836; ALS, November 6, 1843; ALS, December 16, 1843

Physical Description

1 folder

Condit, Jonathan Bailey, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 23, 1840, Rev. Dr. Miller's opinion requested regarding whether the church has a right to institute a pledge of abstinence from intoxicating drinks as a condition of membership

Physical Description

1 folder

Conover, Samuel A, 1881. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

DS, November 17, 1881, to Samuel Miller (son), signifying Mr. Conovers' consent to the marriage of his son Jackson Conover with Sarah Matilda Chandler; also certificate of consent of bride's father Samuel C. Chandler

Physical Description

1 folder

Converse, Amasa, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 26, 1836, regarding the slavery question

Physical Description

1 folder

Cook, Russel S, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 20, 1844, a plea for help in evagelizing the Germans of the country

Physical Description

1 folder

Cooley, Eli Field, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 25, 1842, announcing the meeting of the Trustees of the College of New Jersey, April 12, 1842. Note: Thanks for pamphlets sent: pardon sought for not having invited Rev. Dr. Miller and wife to his house; amends made

Physical Description

1 folder

Cooley, Eli Field, 1846. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 29, 1846, in response to Rev. Dr. Miller's request he has found much information about Rev. Charles McKnight; his efforts to secure the appointment of Rev. McLean

Physical Description

1 folder

Cooper, Robert, 1803. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 22, 1803, criticism and digressions regarding a pamphlet of Rev. Dr. Miller's of theological purport; his views on fanaticism, atheism, and secession within the Church

Physical Description

1 folder

Copway, George, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 28, 1847, regarding the baptism of his little daughter

Physical Description

1 folder

Cox, Samuel Hanson, 1832. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 7, 1832, acknowledging the receipt of a letter of condolence from Rev. Dr. Miller

Physical Description

1 folder

Cox, Samuel Hanson, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 3, 1843, regarding the trial and deposition of a certain Mr. Irving, by the Presbytery of Annan

Physical Description

1 folder

Cox, Samuel Hanson, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 3, 1844, regarding "the History of the Popes from the foundation of the see of Rome to the present time (1776)" by Archibald Bower

Physical Description

1 folder

Cox, Samuel Hanson, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 8, 1848, regarding the "Evangelical Alliance"

Physical Description

1 folder

Cox, Samuel Hanson, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 28, 1849, regarding a certain sermon of his own

Physical Description

1 folder

Cox, Samuel Hanson, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 24, 1849, general letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Cox, Samuel Hanson, 1865. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 27, 1865, to Samuel Miller (son), hearty approval of Miller's plan to write the life of his father, Rev. Dr. Miller; his own recollections and memories of Rev. Dr. Miller; his own deep esteem for Rev. Dr. Miller; regrets inability to send letters by Rev. Dr. Miller; Rev. Dr. Miller's influence in the Church

Physical Description

1 folder

Coyly, Samuel L, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 5, 1847, relating to education of Mr. Augustus Royston for the ministry

Physical Description

1 folder

Craft, Samuel, 1829. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 1, 1829, regarding the decision of the Orphans Court concerning the interest of the property of the late Lydia Woodward

Physical Description

1 folder

Craft, Samuel, 1830. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 3, 1830, regarding the disposal of a certain sum of money

Physical Description

1 folder

Craft, Samuel, 1830. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 15, 1830, regarding the disposal of a sum of money belonging to the children of Henry and Lydia Woodward

Physical Description

1 folder

Crane, Elias Winans, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 2, 1838, request for accurate information about Rev. Elihu Spencer (Trustee 1752-1784) for a history of the Church at Jamaica, Long Island

Physical Description

1 folder

Crocker, Asahel Buckingham, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 20, 1842, general letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Crowe, Thomas Stewart, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 19, 1843, regarding the sending of his son to Princeton Theological Seminary

Physical Description

1 folder

Culbertson, Michael Simpson, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 15, 1845, describing life in China

Physical Description

1 folder

Cunningham, [Henry] B, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, 1836, asking for information about the Theological Seminary, Princeton

Physical Description

1 folder

Cunningham, [J.], 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 13, 1844, acknowledging receipt of Rev. Dr. Miller's letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Cunningham, Robert M, 1821. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 9, 1821, general letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Curtis, [George William], 1851. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 26, 1851, to Samuel Miller (son), inviting Master H. Rumsey to tea

Physical Description

1 folder

Curtis, L. W, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 6, 1836, asking for information about the Theological Seminary, Princeton

Physical Description

1 folder

Cuyler, Theodore Ledyard, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 25, 1848, appreciative thanks for Rev. Dr. Miller's tender interest in his welfare; his own doubts about remaining at Burlington; refutes claim that he is ambitious; Allen H. Brown ordained recently; new members in the church

Physical Description

1 folder

Dana, Daniel, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 10, 1844, concerning the appointment of Professor Edward Park to the chair of Christian Theology at Andover Theological Seminary

Physical Description

1 folder

Dana, Daniel, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 9, 1848, general letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Dana, Daniel, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 4, 1849, general letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Dana, William Coombs, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 10, 1840, concerning the Charleston Union Presbytery

Physical Description

1 folder

Darrach, William, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 28, 1844, the elders of the Presbyterian Church of Philadelphia are sending some copies of Rev. Dr. Miller's second work on the "Warrant, Nature & Duties of the office of the Ruling Elder &c."

Physical Description

1 folder

Davis, Samuel S, 1820. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALsS (2), January 11 and November 16, 1820, relating to efforts to endow a Professorship in Princeton Theological Seminary from the synod of South Carolina

Physical Description

1 folder

Davis, Samuel S, 1820. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 20, 1820, relating to efforts to endow Professorship in Princeton Theological Seminary from the Synod of Georgia

Physical Description

1 folder

Davis, Samuel S, 1820. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 1, 1820, respecting affairs of Presbyterian Church in Augusta

Physical Description

1 folder

Davis, Samuel S, 1820. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 21, 1820, to Rev. Archibald Alexander, relating to Mr. Davis' work in South Carolina in behalf of Princeton Theological Seminary

Physical Description

1 folder

Davis, Samuel S, 1820. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 4, 1820, opposing the founding of a new Theological Seminary in the South

Physical Description

1 folder

Davis, Samuel S, 1820. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 12, 1820, introducing Mr. Alexander and Mr. Harris; wishes he could help out in the financial embarrasment being experienced at the Seminary; expects to remit money for the contingent fund to Dr. Green as soon as it is given

Physical Description

1 folder

Dayton, William Lewis, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 29, 1843, appreciative thanks for Rev. Dr. Miller's criticism of his address; explains why he did not wish to make direct recommendation for "a reliance on God;" should the address be printed he will avail himself of Rev. Dr. Miller's suggestions

Physical Description

1 folder

Dayton, William Lewis, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 13, 1844, promises to examine the case of Miller's friend, Mr. Gregg, with view towards a nomination; difficulties for Senate accord when religious affiliation of nominee under question

Physical Description

1 folder

Dayton, William Lewis, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 30, 1845, the nomination of Mr. Gregg is unlikely; Rev. Dr. Miller's friend ought to look out for the nomination in event of the above rejection

Physical Description

1 folder

DeHart, William, 1832. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, February 20, 1832, enclosing pay for privilege of publishing Rev. Dr. Miller's work on Eldership

Physical Description

1 folder

Delavan, Edward C, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 20, 1835, containing resolutions passed by the Executive Committee of the New York State Temperance Society and inviting Rev. Dr. Miller to a meeting of the society

Physical Description

1 folder

Delt, A. M, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (initials), undated, relating to claims of late Dr. Edward Miller on M. & W. Ward's estate

Physical Description

1 folder

Delt, A. M, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

LS, April 3, 1822, concerning the hemp- and flax-drying machine

Physical Description

1 folder

Denny, E. H, 1852. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 15, 1852, to Samuel Miller (son), about a certain Miss Osborn

Physical Description

1 folder

Deruelle, Daniel, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 5, 1833, giving an account of revival service conducted at Montreal by Mr. And Mrs. Burchard

Physical Description

1 folder

Devereux, A. M, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 5, 1842, asking Rev. Dr. Miller for information concerning doctrinal beliefs; with ALS (copy), November 25, 1842, from Rev. Dr. Miller, in reply to request

Physical Description

1 folder

Devereux, A. M, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 23, 1842, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for help and information concerning doctrinal beliefs

Physical Description

1 folder

Devereux, Thomas Pollock, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 20, 1849, concerning doctrinal beliefs

Physical Description

1 folder

DeWitt, Abraham, 1865. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 19, 1865, to Samuel Miller (son), approves of Miller's plan to write the life of Rev. Dr. Miller; recollections of wise counsel from the last meeting with Miller's father

Physical Description

1 folder

Dickinson, Austin, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 30, 1845, asking for a letter of recommendation for spreading "religious influence through the secular newspapers"

Physical Description

1 folder

Dickinson, Baxter, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 6, introducing Mr. Asa Whitehead

Physical Description

1 folder

Dickinson, Hugh Sheridan, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 26, 1845, asking for a copy of "Abberviated Creeds," and asking for information on some question of church government

Physical Description

1 folder

Dickinson, James T, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

DS, May 23, 1838, to American Board of Commissioners for foreign missions from Mission at Singapore

Physical Description

1 folder

Dickinson, John, 1807. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 10, 1807, on derivation of the Ministry

Physical Description

1 folder

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Dickinson, John, 1806. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 5, 1806, on theological subjects

Physical Description

1 folder

Materials Viewable Online
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Dickinson, John, 1805. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 19, 1805, on theological subjects

Physical Description

1 folder

Materials Viewable Online
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Dickinson, John, 1804. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 11, 1804

Physical Description

1 folder

Materials Viewable Online
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Dickinson, John, 1782. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 14, 1782, to Rev. Dr. John Miller (father)

Physical Description

1 folder

Materials Viewable Online
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Dickinson, John, 1782. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 19, 1782, to Rev. Dr. John Miller (father)

Physical Description

1 folder

Materials Viewable Online
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Dickinson, John, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, undated, on theological subjects

Physical Description

1 folder

Materials Viewable Online
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Dickinson, S. N, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 3, 1842, expressing thanks for Rev. Dr. Miller's letter accompanied by a copy of his memoir of Dr. Nisbet

Physical Description

1 folder

Dod, Albert Baldwin, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May, 1841, is now convinced that, thanks to Rev. Dr. Miller's reasoning, the measure proposed to the General Assembly should not be carried

Physical Description

1 folder

Dodge, David L, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 26, 1842, defending his views on religion

Physical Description

1 folder

Dodge, N. L, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 21, 1843, announcing a meeting of the "New York State Colonization Society"

Physical Description

1 folder

Dodge, S, 1815. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 26, 1815, regarding Rev. Dr. Miller's deceased brother

Physical Description

1 folder

Doll, George J. L, 1799. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, April 6, 1799, regarding information desired by Rev. Dr. Miller, about the settlement of Kingston and the church thereof

Physical Description

1 folder

Duby, J. Lewis, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 13, ----, general letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Duby, [T. Lewis], 1799. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 2, 1799, general letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Duby, [T. Lewis], 1801. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 1, 1801, general letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Dunbar, Field, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 4, 1843, many thanks for Rev. Dr. Miller's book and interest Rev. Dr. Miller has shown him

Physical Description

1 folder

Dungan, C. B, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 30, 1844, regarding J. Paul Perrin's work "The History of the Waldenses and Alligences"

Physical Description

1 folder

Dwight, Theodore, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 22, 1843, announcing Rev. Dr. Miller's election as Vice President of the American Philo-Italian Society

Physical Description

1 folder

Earp, Robert, Jr, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 11, 1845, to Samuel Miller (son)

Physical Description

1 folder

Ebeling, Christopher Daniel, 1798-1815. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALsS (12), August 3, 1798 - July 8, 1815

Physical Description

1 folder

Eckard, James [Read], 1837. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 6, 1837

Physical Description

1 folder

Eddy, Ansel Doan, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, undated, introducing a Mr. Colt

Physical Description

1 folder

Eddy, Thomas, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, July 12, 1822, approving highly of Rev. Dr. Miller's "Letters on Unitarianism"

Physical Description

1 folder

Edgar, Samuel M, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 1, 1842

Physical Description

1 folder

Edwards, Jesse, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 29, 1843, a few facts about the present state of the followers of Jemimah Wilkinson in Penn Yan

Physical Description

1 folder

Edwards, Justin, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 19, 1839

Physical Description

1 folder

[Eells], William W, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 21, 1848

Physical Description

1 folder

Eells, William W, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 26, 1848, regarding the settlement of the controversy between the Synod of Albany and the Presbytery of Newburyport

Physical Description

1 folder

Eldridge, Elisha, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 14, 1849

Physical Description

1 folder

Eliot, John, 1803. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 12, 1803, criticizing some works of Rev. Dr. Miller's

Physical Description

1 folder

Elliott, [David], 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 1, 1838, regarding the ordination of Cumberland Presbyterian minister

Physical Description

1 folder

Ely, Ezra S, 1830. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 18, 1830, a few biographical details about Blair (Blair was elected to the presidency of N.J. College, which honor he declined)

Physical Description

1 folder

Ely, Ezra S, 1825. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 5, 1825, to the Rev. Professors of the Theological Seminary at Princeton, recommending Wm. S. Potts as a candidate for the ministry

Physical Description

1 folder

Ely, George, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 16, 1849, inviting Rev. Dr. Miller to be present at a Communion Service

Physical Description

1 folder

Ely, Samuel Rose, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 31, 1845, asking for a substitute to take his charge, while on a leave of absence

Physical Description

1 folder

Engles, Joseph P, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 28, 1848, regarding the publishing of Rev. Dr. Miller's work on Public Prayer

Physical Description

1 folder

Engles, Joseph P, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 3, 1849, accompanying 44 copies of Rev. Dr. Miller's work on Public Prayer

Physical Description

1 folder

Engles, William M, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 3, 1840, acknowledging the receipt of Rev. Dr. Miller's prefatory essay to Scotts' "History of the Synod of Dort (?)"

Physical Description

1 folder

Engles, William M, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 23, 1841, about publishing the "Synod of Dort" with Rev. Dr. Miller's introductory essay

Physical Description

1 folder

Engles, William M, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 22, 1841, regarding the stereotyping of Rev. Dr. Miller's lecture on Creeds

Physical Description

1 folder

Engles, William M, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 1st, 1842

Physical Description

1 folder

Engles, William M, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 3, 1844, regarding the stereotyping of Rev. Dr. Miller's work on the "Christian Ministry"

Physical Description

1 folder

Engles, William M, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 23, 1847, regarding the stereotyping of Rev. Dr. Miller's book on "Ruling Elders"

Physical Description

1 folder

Engles, William M, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 23, 1848, regarding the publishing of some work of Rev. Dr. Miller's

Physical Description

1 folder

English, James Theodore, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 13, 1843, asking information about his duty in marrying a divorced couple

Physical Description

1 folder

Ennis, Henriette B, 1837. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 4, 1837, to Mrs. Sarah Miller (wife)

Physical Description

1 folder

Ennis, Henriette B, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 31, 1838, to Mrs. Sarah Miller (wife), dealing with the early training of pagan and Mahammedan children

Physical Description

1 folder

Erskine, John, 1801. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 5, 1801, general letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Erskine, John, 1802. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 27, 1802, containing a catalogue of authors for Rev. Dr. Miller's work "Review of the last century"

Physical Description

1 folder

Erskine, John, 1800. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 23, 1800, acknowledging receipt of Rev. Dr. Miller's sermon on the occasion of the death of General Washington

Physical Description

1 folder

Erskine, John, 1801. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 13, 1801, general letter

Physical Description

1 folder

Erskine, John, 1801. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 31, 1801, general letter accompanying some German tracts

Physical Description

1 folder

Erskine, John, 1803. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 13, 1803, sending a box for "Princeton Colledge," a letter to the president and a few books to the "divinity library;" approves of the American Literary Journal

Physical Description

1 folder

Ewing, Greville, 1828. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 1, 1828, many thanks for the letters, publications, and the diploma given him in 1821; personal news

Physical Description

1 folder

Farrar, Samuel, 1831. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ADS, September, 1831, Certificate of dismission and character of William P. Apthorp

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1 folder

Ferguson, H. B, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 5, 1844, announcing his intention of sailing to England again

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1 folder

Field, Richard Stockton, 1868. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 29, 1868, to Samuel Miller (son), recollections of and high regard for Miller's father, especially as man, citizen, and patriot

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1 folder

Finley, Robert, 1817. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 11, 1817, introducing Mr. Golding, who will give Rev. Dr. Miller information about the state of affairs at Franklin College; request that Miller suggest more books for the incipient library; he is resigned but not content with the sad prospects for the college

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1 folder

Finley, Robert, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 15, 1842, asking for a letter of dismission from the Presbytery of New Brunswick to that of Caledonia, NY, asking also for keep financially for his congregation

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1 folder

First Presbyterian Church, NY, undated. 1 folder.
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AD, undated

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1 folder

Fisk, Jonathan, 1831. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 19, 1831

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1 folder

Fiske, B, 1826. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 1, 1826

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1 folder

Foote, William Henry, 1839. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 8, 1839, inviting him to attend the meeting of the Synod in Farmville, VA.

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1 folder

Forbes, John Murray, 1836. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 16, 1836

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Forsyth, John, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 24, 1843, sees no reason for the division between their respective branches of Presbyterianism; his objections to and intentions regarding the review by Alison of a certain article on the horrors of the French Revolution and Reformation, etc.; other articles pending; hopes to have his article on Alison finished in time for the April number of the Review

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1 folder

Forsyth, John, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 16, 1843, expects to send off the article to Rev. Dr. Miller without much more delay

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1 folder

Fox, John, 1804. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 30, 1804

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1 folder

Frame, Reuben, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 31, 1842

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1 folder

Frelinghuysen, Jacob R. Theodore, 1834. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 22, 1834, information regarding the proper procedure for obtaining a copyright; is pleased by Rev. Dr. Miller's approbation of his political work; dreadful party strife may destroy our institutions

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1 folder

Fuller, Andrew, 1800. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 13, 1800

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1 folder

Fyler, Jared D, 1840. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 24, 1840, has accepted the presidency of the Agricultural Bank of Mississippi, but with much reluctance and many doubts

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1 folder

Fyler, Jared D, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 16, 1845, recommending (James) Hamilton '1814 to fill the Mathematica Chair left vacant by the death of Professor Dodd

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1 folder

Galbraith, Robert Craig, 1834. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 17, 1834, introducing a Mr. Thompson

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1 folder

Galbraith, Robert Craig, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 30, 1842, requesting information concerning rights of a Licentiate

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1 folder

Garretson, John, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 21, 1845, concerning the transfer of the Reform Dutch Church of Jersey City from the Presbyterian to the Reform Dutch connection

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1 folder

Gelston, David, 1811. 1 folder.
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ANS, August 16, 1811, containing a resolution passed by the Trustees of the First Presbyterian Church of New York, requesting a copy of a sermon of Rev. Dr. Miller's.

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1 folder

Gilbert, Eliphalet Wheeler, 1827. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 7, 1827, in response to Rev. Dr. Miller's request he is sending information regarding Drs. Tilton and Monro; Dr. McLane's euology of Dr. Tilton contains information

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1 folder

Gilchrist, John T, 1840. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 20, 1840, asking information in regard to a controversy in Mr. Gilchrist's Church

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1 folder

Gilchrist, John T, 1840. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 27, 1840, about some controversy in the congregation

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1 folder

Gillmer, D. R, 1835. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 26, 1835, relating to the disciplining of a member of the Presbyterian Church

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1 folder

Gillmer, D. R, 1838. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 7, 1838, about the slavery question

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1 folder

Glassell, William E, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 27, 1843, concerning the duties of an elder of the Presbyterian Church

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1 folder

Glasson, John I, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 18, 1841, asking Rev. Dr. Miller for a certificate of marriage of David Glasston to Mary Hallister

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1 folder

Goble, Jobez G, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 13, 1842, concerning the purchase of a carriage for Rev. Dr. Miller

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1 folder

Gosman, Jonathan B, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 12, 1843

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1 folder

Goulding, Thomas, 1834. 1 folder.
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ALS, DS, February to November

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1 folder

Graff, James Johnson, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 19, 1847

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1 folder

Graham, John, 1818. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 28, 1818

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1 folder

Graham, Samuel Lyle, 1825. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 17, 1825, to D. A. Borenstein

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1 folder

Green, Ashbel, 1836. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 6, 1836, surprised and anxious about various proceedings of the General Assembly with regard to Foreign and Domestic Missions and a book by Mr. Barnes; suggests certain decisive measures to overrule the proceedings, voting out certain dissenting Synods

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Green, Ashbel, 1839. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 30, 1839, in response to Rev. Dr. Miller's request he sends some recollections of Rev. Charles Nisbet; also some warm opinions on the man as a scholar, teacher, and man. Enclosure: ALS, May 1, 1839, announcing the enclosure of the above

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1 folder

Green, Ashbel, 1848. 1 folder.
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AL, 1848, notes on Dr. Green (rough draft of a letter to Green's brother?)

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1 folder

Green, Ashbel, 1840. 1 folder.
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ALS, 1840, requesting Rev. Dr. Miller to officiate at the marriage of his sister, Anna, to Mr. Martin

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1 folder

Green, Ashbel, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 29, 1843, many thanks for the volume of Rev. Dr. Miller's given him; will never be able to discharge the debt of gratitude owed to Miller and family

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1 folder

Green, Henry Woodhull, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 3, 1847, many thanks for Rev. Dr. Miller's kind approbation of an address made by Green

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1 folder

Green, James Sprout, 1848. 1 folder.
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ANS, February 7, 1845, receipt for the money received from Rev. Dr. Miller toward the support of an assistant instructor in Hebrew at the Seminary

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1 folder

Green, James Sprout, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ADS, May 2, 1849

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1 folder

Gregg, Mahlone, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 9, 1822

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1 folder

Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1809. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 23, 1809

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1 folder

Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1809. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 23, 1809, about accepting a call to Boston congregation

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1 folder

Griffin, Edward Dorr, 1809. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 25, 1809, about removing to New England

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1 folder

Griffith & Simon, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 18, 1845, introducing Mr. H. G. Ludlow

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1 folder

Griffith & Simon, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 20, 1845, relating to the book, the History of the Popes

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1 folder

Griffith & Simon, 1846. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 28, 1846, asking to borrow from Rev. Dr. Miller or from the Seminary library a copy of Brays' Papal Userpation

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1 folder

Griffith, Mary, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 23, 1822, acknowledging receipt of Rev. Dr. Miller's "Letters on Unitarianism"

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1 folder

Grigg & Elliott, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 15, 1843, regarding some printing for Rev. Dr. Miller

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1 folder

Grigg & Elliott, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 20, 1843, business letter

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1 folder

Griswold, Solomon, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 15, 1844

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1 folder

Gunn, George, 1816. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 20, 1816

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1 folder

Gurney, E. P, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

NS (copy), undated, to Mrs. Sarah Miller (wife)

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1 folder

Hageman, Charles Steadman, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 4, 1847

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1 folder

Hageman, John Frelinghuysen Jr, undated. 1 folder.
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D, undated, hand-made pencil sketched map of lots in the Borough of Princeton

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1 folder

Hall, Harrison, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 29, 1841, asking Rev. Dr. Miller to recommend to the Presbyterian Board of Publication the stereotyped plates of the Conversations on the Bible

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1 folder

Hall, James H, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 29, 1848, asking on behalf of the "Young Men's Society of Inquiry," for an essay from Rev. Dr. Miller on "The Importance of the Spirit of Inquiry"

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1 folder

Hall, James H, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 3, 1849, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for his paper to the Young Men's Society of Inquiry

Physical Description

1 folder

Hall, John, 1865. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 21, 1865, to Samuel Miller (son), he sends what letters he has from Miller's father; some recollections of Rev. Dr. Miller; information as to where Samuel Miller (son) can get other letters

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1 folder

Hall, John G, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 2, 1839

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1 folder

Hall, S, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 30, 1822

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1 folder

Hall, Willard, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 3, 1835, informing Rev. Dr. Miller concerning lotteries at Newark College

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1 folder

Hallock, William A, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 3, 1842, relating to distribution of tracts by Seminary students.

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1 folder

Hallock, William A, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 12, 1842

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1 folder

Halsey, Job Foster, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 31, 1839, concerning the book "Fullers' Strictures"

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1 folder

Halsey, Luther, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 15, 1847

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1 folder

Hamill, Samuel M, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 24, 1848

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1 folder

Hamilton, Thomas, 1818. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 26, 1818

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1 folder

Hammond, Mrs. A. C, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 11, 1840, relating to her son Nicholas who intends to enter Princeton

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1 folder

Hanna, Mary, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December, 1833, to Mrs. Sarah Miller (wife), general letter

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1 folder

Harris, Oscar, 1846. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 27, 1846

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1 folder

Harris, Peter, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

Autograph letter signed from Peter Harris, October 26, 1840, reporting mission conditions in Missouri. Harris was an African man who was educated in the U.S. and then returned to his father's village in what became Liberia.

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1 folder

Harrison, John P, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 16, 1840, asking for information on Church discipline

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1 folder

Haweis, Thomas, 1807. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 1, 1807, answering Rev. Dr. Miller's questions relating to Church history

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1 folder

Hazard, Ebenezer, 1807. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 23, 1807, has read Rev. Dr. Miller's "Pastoral Letters" with much entertainment; quotations from various old Bibles to help Miller in the dispute; some criticism of Hobart's book

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1 folder

Hazard, Ebenezer, 1812. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 23, 1812, steps taken to revive Presbyterian standards; formation of committee, moves acted upon by the Synod of New York and Philadelphia, May, 1785

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1 folder

Hazard, [Samuel] H, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 3, 1841, regarding some question of Church government

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1 folder

Heineken, John, F. D, undated. 1 folder.
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ANS, undated, asking Rev. Dr. Miller to officiate at a wedding

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1 folder

Helmuth, Justus Henry Christian, 1818. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 28, 1818, containing statistics about German Lutherans and Calvinists in the United States

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1 folder

Hemphill, W. R, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 28, 1839, about the use of "Tokens" in the administration of the Lord's Supper

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1 folder

Henry, Alexander, 1824. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 21, 1824, to Mrs. Sarah Miller (wife), about erecting a chapel at Schooleys' Mount

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1 folder

Henry, Alexander, 1825. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 26, 1825, to Mrs. Sarah Miller (wife)

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1 folder

Henry, Alexander, 1825. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 11, 1825, to Mrs. Sarah Miller (wife), about the erection of the chapel at Schooleys' Mount

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1 folder

Henry, Alexander, 1825. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 24, 1825, to Mrs. Sarah Miller (wife), describing the dedication services of a building erected largely through her generosity

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1 folder

Henry, Matthew W, 1853. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, March 29, 1853, to Samuel Miller (son) about celery

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1 folder

Henry, Symmes Cleves, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 26, 1836, pressure is great; asks Rev. Dr. Miller or Samuel Miller (son) or some other person to preach for him on the coming Sunday

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1 folder

Herzog, Johan Werner, 1800. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 19, 1800, relating to religious matters in Switzerland, answering inquiries as to Protestants in Switzerland

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1 folder

Hicks, A. T, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 30, 1843, directing the appropriation of her contribution to the Theological Seminary

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1 folder

Hill, William, 1837. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 17, 1837, about certain facts in his "History of the Presbyterian Church"

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1 folder

Hill, William, 1837. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 1, 1837, asking for information about the rise of Presbyterianism in America

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1 folder

Hill, William, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 24, asking for information about the beginning of Presbyterianism in the United States

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1 folder

Hobson, George G, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 18, 1841, to Samuel Miller (son), about the trial and condemnation of "Santiago" Nelson

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1 folder

Hodge, Charles, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 27, 1848, approval and few suggestions regarding Rev. Dr. Miller's "Thoughts on Prayer"

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1 folder

Hodge, Charles, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 16, 1847, two plans suggested to Rev. Dr. Miller; immediate prosecution of his plan to resign, or, better, send in notice of intention to resign

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1 folder

Hogan & Thomson, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 5, 1840, receipt of Rev. Dr. Miller's note paying for printing "Primitive and Apostalical Order of the Church of Christ"

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1 folder

Hoge, James, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 17, 1836, regarding the actions to be taken by the committee and slavery documents

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1 folder

Holden, Horace, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 1, 1843, regarding the character of a certain Mr. Cort

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1 folder

Holland, Alexander, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May, 1847, about dinner tickets and accomodations at the celebration at Union College

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1 folder

Hooker, Herman, 1831. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 5, 1831, acknowledging receipt of Rev. Dr. Miller's letter and defending his action in joining the Episcopal Church

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1 folder

Hooper, William, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 12, 1835, about his withdrawal from the Episcopal Church

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1 folder

Hoover, Thomas David, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 11, 1842, asking for financial aid for his congregation

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1 folder

Hope, Matthew Boyd, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 4, 1841, requesting Rev. Dr. Miller's aid in arousing public opinion to awareness of the decrease in candidates for the ministry, with a copy of the resolutions drawn up by the Board of Education to counter-act the above mentioned tendency, or trend

Physical Description

1 folder

Hopkins, Samuel, 1801. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 23, 1801, about the "Hopkintonian Doctrines"

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1 folder

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Hopper, Zephaniah, 1854. 1 folder.
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ANS, February 9, 1854, introducing John Abrams

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1 folder

How, Thomas Yardley, 1808. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 28, 1808, pointing out an error in the printing of a letter to him; apologies and assurances that unsold copies will be corrected

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1 folder

Howard, P. R, undated. 1 folder.
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undated, autograph of P.R. Howard

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1 folder

Hoyt, Andrew, 1816. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 13, 1816

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1 folder

Hoyt, Nathan, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 21, 1842

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Hoyt, Nathan, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 30, 1847

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Hoyt, Nathan, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 10, 1847; ANS, undated

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Hunt, Holloway W, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 21, 1843, requesting answers and remarks on certain matters of church government

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Hunt, Holloway W, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 29, 1847, feels inclined to preach a few times at Charleston

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1 folder

Hunt, Thomas P, 1835. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 2, 1935, asking for Rev. Dr. Miller's testimony in regard to fermented drinks

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1 folder

Huntington, Cyrus, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 24, 1848, asking advice on baptism

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1 folder

Huntting, James Murdock, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 16, 1848, asking for two students to assist in evening meetings

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1 folder

Huntting, James Murdock, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 20, 1848, about his church in Westfield

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1 folder

Huntting, William, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 22, 1845, regarding the origin of the preparatory service for Communion

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Hurd, W. R, 1844. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 7, 1844, on Hypornoria

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1 folder

Hutchings, Samuel, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 14, 1845, about going out to India again as a missionary

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1 folder

Hutton, Mancius Smedes, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 30, 1841, regarding the church in German Valley and Fonhill

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1 folder

Jackson, Jabex, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 6, 1839; ALS (draft), February 14, 1839, to Jabez Jackson

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Jacobus, Melancthon Williams, 1839-1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 20, 1839; ALS, May 5, 1840; ALS, August 3, 1840; ALS, July 5, 1841; ALS, December 12, 1846

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Jaffray, Robert, 1835-1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 4, 1835, to Hugh Auchincloss; ALS, October 23, 1841; ALS, April 4, 1842; ALS, December 26, 1843

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Jamieson, John, 1801. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 20, 1801, explaining the significance of the term latitudinarian, with enclosure

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Jamieson, John, 1801. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 28, 1801, with duplicate

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Jamieson, John, 1802. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 20 1802

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Jamieson, John, 1800. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 16, 1800

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1 folder

Janeway, Jacob Jones, 1849. 1 folder.
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ALS (with envelope), July 28, 1849

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Janeway, Jacob Jones, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 18 1845

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Janeway, Thomas Leiper, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 6, 1847

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Janeway, Thomas Leiper, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 18, 1845, to Samuel Miller (son), regrets that he cannot participate in the service; would like to exchange pulpits in the spring; wishes him success at Mt Holly

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Janeway, Thomas Leiper, 1846. 1 folder.
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ALS, c. 1846, to Samuel Miller (son), introducing Rev. B. Steinthal

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Jay, John, 1800. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 28, 1800, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for a copy of the sermon and commenting on what he considered incorrect ideas contained in it

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1 folder

Jefferson, Thomas, 1793. 1 folder.
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ANS, September 3, 1793, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for a copy of his anniversary of Independence Day sermon

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1 folder

Jefferson, Thomas, 1804. 1 folder.
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ANS, February 29, 1804, acknowledges a copy of the "Brief Retrospect"

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1 folder

Jefferson, Thomas, 1808-1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 23, 1808, relating to appointment by the President of a special day of prayer; ANS, 1833, by Rev. Dr. Miller, respecting Mr. Jefferson's letter of January 23, 1808; with typed versions of letter and note

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Jefferson, Thomas, 1805. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, May 13, 1805

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1 folder

Johns, Evan, 1807. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 23, 1807

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Johnson, [Cave] A, 1846. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 19, 1846

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1 folder

Johnson, J, 1805. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 8, 1805, relating to the reprinting of Rev. Dr. Miller's "Retrospect of the 18th Century"

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Johnson, J, 1805. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 4, 1805, accompanying a copy of Rev. Dr. Miller's "Retrospect of the 18th Century."

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1 folder

Johnson, James W, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 12, 1839, asking for a copy of address delivered by Rev. Dr. Miller before the Literary and Philosophical Society of New Jersey

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Johnson, Robert Gibbon, 1849. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 31, 1849, thanks and deep appreciation for Rev. Dr. Miller's book, "Public Prayer"; finds fault with the Episcopal Liturgy; their book prayers inadequate; recollections of two death-bed scenes; hopes for visit from the Millers

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Johnstone, John, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 17, 1845

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Jones, Charles Colcock, 1851. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 17, 1851, to Samuel Miller (son), information about a comission for Mr. Davis; the Church Extension Committee can grant no appropriation to aid the Bass River Church

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Jones, Charles Colcock, 1840. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 11, 1840, asking for records of Ecclesiastical Action in regard to relugious instruction of negroes

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1 folder

Jones, Charles Colcock, 1845. 1 folder.
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ANS, August 1, 1845, expressing regret at hearing of Rev. Dr. Miller's ill-health (copy only)

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1 folder

Jones, Joseph H, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 11, 1845, to Samuel Miller (son), asking for travel information between Philadelphia and Mt. Holly

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1 folder

Jones, Joseph H, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 13, 1845, to Samuel Miller (son), announcing time of visit to Mt. Holly

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1 folder

Jones, Joseph Huntingtion, 1834. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 16, 1834, encouraging Rev. Dr. Miller to preach at New Brunswick and solicit for the Seminary

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1 folder

Jones, Joseph Huntingtion, 1824. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 28, 1824, arranging for Rev. Dr. Miller to preach at New Brunswick and solicit funds for the seminary

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1 folder

Jones, Joseph Huntingtion, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 16, 1840, the Presbyterian Board of Publications inform Rev. Dr. Miller of their resolution to present him with a copy of their publications

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1 folder

Jones, Joseph Huntingtion, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 8, 1841, relating to prejudices against the Presbyterian faith

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1 folder

Jones, Joseph Huntingtion, 1844. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 25, 1844, explaining delay in publication of Rev. Dr. Miller's manuscripts

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1 folder

Jones, Joseph Huntingtion, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 14, 1848, relating to Rev. Dr. Miller's "Reminisces of Dr. Green"

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1 folder

Jones, Joseph Huntingtion, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 16, 1848, relating to "Reminisces of Dr. Green"

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1 folder

Jones, Joseph Huntingtion, 1849. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 7, 1849, relating to Mr. Jones' autobiography of Ashbel Green

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Jones, Mary, 1867. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 20, 1867, to Samuel Miller (son), on her return to Georgia she will hunt up the letters of Rev. Dr. Miller to her late husband; request for any papers of Dr. Jones to Rev. Dr. Miller be sent; sends a copy of a letter of Rev. Dr. Miller to Devereux; Dr. Jones' book now published

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Jones, Samuel Beach, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 25, 1847, to Samuel Miller (son), requesting Miller's Statistical Report

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1 folder

Jones, William D, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 8, 1843, certifying as to the character of Mr. Charles W Webber, with ANS from A.H. Kerr of the Presbytery of Kentucky

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1 folder

Jones, William D, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 18, 1843, about a certin Mr. Webber

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1 folder

Jung Stilling, Johan Heinrich, 1804. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 19, 1804, containing biographical information

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1 folder

Junkin, David X, undated. 1 folder.
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ALS, undated, asking Rev. Dr. Miller to write a commendation for some books

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1 folder

Junkin, George, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 2, 1841, relating to Dr. Junkin's inaguration as President of Miami University, Ohio

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1 folder

Kean, Peter, 1822. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 3, 1822, about Rev. Dr. Miller's "Letters on unitarianism"

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1 folder

Kearny, Raraud, 1835. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 22, 1835

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1 folder

Keese, John D, 1838. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 26, 1838, relating to calling Mr. John McArley to the South Dutch Church

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1 folder

Keese, John D, undated. 1 folder.
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AN, undated, note written in third person to Rev. Dr. Miller offering opportunity to send letter to Mr. Lardley Murray by Mr. Thomas Walker

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1 folder

Keese, John D, 1832. 1 folder.
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D, January 4, 1832, copy of a circular of the A.H.M.S. relating to the duties of a vice-president

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1 folder

Kennedy, Duncan, 1844. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 25, 1844, concerning a controversy between Mr. Nott, President of Union College and Mr. Potter, Vice President

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1 folder

Kent, James, 1807. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 1, 1807, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for a copy of his "Constitution of the Christian Ministry"

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1 folder

Kent, James, 1836. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 4, 1836, relating to Rev. Dr. Miller's book "Clerical Manners and Habits"

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1 folder

Kent, James, 1847. 1 folder.
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LS, September 6, 1847, announcing his desire to become a church member, with an enclosed copy of ths answer from Rev. Dr. Miller of an additional character sketch of Mr. Kent by Rev. Dr. Miller

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1 folder

Kent, William, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 27, 1848

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1 folder

Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Jane, 1849. 1 folder.
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ALS (with envelope), March 26, 1849, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for the gift of one of his books

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1 folder

Kirkpatrick, [Joseph], 1822. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 28, 1822, many thanks and appreciative comments on some work sent him by Miller

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1 folder

Kirkpatrick, Littleton, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 15, 1842, putting a few questions on church procedure

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1 folder

Knighton, Frederick, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 26, 1847, difficulties under which he labors; has risen to the emergency--preaching as well as teaching' desires, now, to obtain his license; asks Miller to send his certificate of theological study

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1 folder

Kollock, Shepard Kosciuszko, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 26, 1847, to Samuel Miller (son), offer of his assistance on some Sabbath, if Miller would like it

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1 folder

Krebs, John Michael, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 2, 1841, containing overture made to the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church concerning admission of new members

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1 folder

Krebs, John Michael, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 3, 1841, requesting Rev. Dr. Miller to make an address at the laying of the cornerstone of Rutgers Street Church

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1 folder

Krebs, John Michael, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 14, 1841, asking Rev. Dr. Miller for sermons of Drs. McKnights and Rodgers to be put in the cornerstone of the Rutgers Street Church

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1 folder

Krebs, John Michael, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, Apri 9, 1842, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for his consent to preach for Rev. Krebs

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1 folder

Kunze, John Christopher, undated. 1 folder.
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AL, undated, discussing remarkable events which had taken place, with regard to the Hebrew langage, in the course of the 18th century; Miller used these notes in his "A Brief Retrospect" q.v. II, 56

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1 folder

L.-, P.-, Jr, 1844. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 28, 1844, describing the writer's travels and places of interest

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1 folder

Labaree, Benjamin, 1855. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 21, 1855, to Samuel Miller (son), cannot recommend any unoccupied teacher; son had pleasant visit with Miller

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1 folder

Lacy, Drury, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 21, 1843, introducing Mr. Samuel Brown McPheeten

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1 folder

Lacy, Drury, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 11, 1847, concerning the right of a moderator of a synod to change the time of the meeting of the symod

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1 folder

Lagow, John, 1837. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 11, 1837, relating to Psalmody

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1 folder

Lambert, George, 1806. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 7, 1806, expressing thanks for copies of a couple of Rev. Dr. Miller's sermons

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1 folder

Landis, R. W, 1846. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 1, 1846, relating to an old folio volume given to Rev. Dr. Landis, which he thinks belongs to the Seminary LIbrary

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1 folder

Lang, John Dunmore, 1840. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 6, 1840, relating tochosing of missionaries to South Walec, New Zealand, etc.

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1 folder

Laurie, James, 1824. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 3, 1824

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1 folder

Lawrence, A. B, 1835. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 23, 1835

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1 folder

Lawrence, Samuel, 1844. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 11, 1844, asking information on church discipline

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1 folder

Leavenworth, Chauncey, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 8, 1841

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1 folder

Ledyard, Susan, 1840. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 18, 1840, general letter

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1 folder

Ledyard, Susan, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 29, c. 1841, family letter

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1 folder

Ledyard, Susan, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 30, 1842, general letter

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1 folder

Ledyard, Susan, 1849. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 24, 1849, regretting Rev. Dr. Miller's ill health

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1 folder

Lenox, James, 1840. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 30, 1840

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1 folder

Lenox, James, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 24, 1843

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1 folder

Lenox, James, 1844. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 20, 1844

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1 folder

Lenox, James, 1844. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 19, 1844

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1 folder

Lenox, James, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS (with envelope), March 20, 1847, would like Miller Jr. to fill the pulpit in the Mission Church in N.Y.; description of same; duties

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1 folder

Lenox, James, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 17, 1848, describing his visit to London

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1 folder

Lenox, James, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 21, 1848, about the purchase of the parsonage at Dover-Del

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1 folder

Lenox, James, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, Ocotober 20, 1848

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1 folder

Lenox, James, 1849. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 3, 1849

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1 folder

Lenox, James, 1849. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 13, 1849

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1 folder

Lenox, James, 1849. 1 folder.
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ALS (with envelope), April 30, 1849, inviting Rev. Dr. Miller to visit him

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1 folder

Lewis,[ L.], 1834. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 6, 1834, enclosing his contribution towards the Chapel

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1 folder

Leyburn, John, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 6, 1841, Miller's opinion requested on the propriety of baptising the children of disbelieving parents; should like the pictures of Miller and Brekenridge

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1 folder

Liddard, William, undated. 1 folder.
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undated, autography of William Liddard

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1 folder

Lillie, John, 1844. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 18, 1844, about a missionary for the "American Society for Meliorating the condition of the Jews"

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1 folder

Lillie, John, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 17, 1845, about Mr. David of the Theological Seminary at Princeton

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1 folder

Linn, James F, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 24, 1841, asking Miller for any inforamation about William and John B. Linn

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1 folder

Linn, William, 1807. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 3, 1807, "Letters," and his plan to have a recommendation of them published in a paper; Rev. Nott's address at Union College commencement taken as an attack on Dr. Mason

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1 folder

Linn, William, 1807. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 14, 1807, enclosing the recommendation of Miller's "Letters," as appeared in some papers; enclosing a copy of Nott's address; intends to read Hobart's "Apology"

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1 folder

Livingston, [Henry] Brockholst, 1807. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 8, 1807, highly pleased with Miller's "Letters"; Presbyterianism much indebted to Miller

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1 folder

Livingston, John H, undated. 1 folder.
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ALS (initialed), undated

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1 folder

Livingston, John H, 1813. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 23, 1813, about the "Dark Ages"

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1 folder

Livingston, John H, 1823. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 21, 1823, thanking Miller for his present of "Letters on the Eternal Lordship of Christ"

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1 folder

Lockwod, Mrs. E. H, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 10, 1847, wants to buy copies of Breckenridge's memoir of his wife (Miller's daughter)

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1 folder

Loomis, Augustus Ward, 1844. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 10, 1845, describing the mission work in China

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1 folder

Lorimer, John G, 1849. 1 folder.
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ALS (with envelope), July 24, 1849, expressing his gratitude at the honorary degree conferred on him by the College of New Jersey

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1 folder

Lorimer, John G, 1849. 1 folder.
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ALS (with envelope), September 18, 1849, accompanying a few small publications

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1 folder

Loewenthal, Isidore, 1853. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 11, 1853, to Samuel Miller (son), regrets inability to supply a teacher

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1 folder

Lowrie, John Marshall, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 26, 1845, declaring himself a candidate for some vacant charge and asking for information onf "temperance"

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1 folder

Lowrie, Mathew B, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 29, 1845, regarding some question of church government

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1 folder

Lowrie, Walter, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 7, 1842

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1 folder

Lowrie, Walter, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 4, 1845, to Samuel Miller (son), about the price of the maps of India and China, published by the Board of Missions

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1 folder

Lowrie, Walter, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 18, 1843, about a meeting of the Board of Missions

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1 folder

Lowrie, Walter, 1846. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 9, 1846, about the sailing of a company of missionaries to China and India

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1 folder

Lowrie, Walter, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 16, 1847, acknowledging the receipt of $50

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1 folder

Lowrie, Walter, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 25, 1848

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1 folder

Lowrie, Walter, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 29, 1848, enclosing a letter of Rev. Dr. Miller's to Rev. A. H. Seeley, India

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1 folder

Lowry, Samuel, 1832. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 11, 1832, regarding the condition of the church in Ohio

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1 folder

Lowry, Samuel, Jr, 1849. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 20, 1849, about the "Cincinati Society of Relgious Inquiry"

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1 folder

Lyon, George, 1840. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 10, 1840, regarding a letter addressed by the general assembly to Dr. Muir, moderator of the assembly of 1838

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1 folder

Lyon, George, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS (with envelope), September 19, 1843, introducting Rev. Dr. Cunningham

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1 folder

Lyon, James Adair, 1839. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 12, 1839

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1 folder

Lyon, James Adair, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 5, 1845, regarding some point in the Church constitution

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1 folder

Lyon, William, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 22, 1845

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1 folder

McCord, William J, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 8, 1842

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1 folder

McCoskery, Samuel Allen, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 19, 1841

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1 folder

McCrie, Thomas, Sr, undated. 1 folder.
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Ls (copies) [5], John Welch transcription collated with original by McCrie

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McCrie, Thomas, Sr, 1817. 1 folder.
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ALS, [1817]

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McCrie, Thomas, Sr, 1817. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 1, 1817

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1 folder

McCrie, Thomas, Sr, 1831. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 23, 1831, introducing Mr. John Dunlop

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1 folder

McCrie, Thomas, Jr, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 29, 1843, to Rev. Dr. Candish

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1 folder

McCulloch, Robert, 1799. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 15, 1799

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1 folder

McCulloch, Robert, 1800. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 3, 1800, general letter accompanying some pamphlets

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1 folder

McCulloch, Robert, 1801. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 27, 1801, introducing Mr. McCulloch's son, Mr. Robert McCulloch, Jr.

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1 folder

McCulloch, Robert, 1805. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 20, 1805, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for a copy of the letters "A Retrospect of the 18th Century" and giving an account of the so-called "Farl Days in Scotland"

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1 folder

McCullock, James, 1805. 1 folder.
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L, 1805

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1 folder

McDowel, Benjamin, 1801. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 25, 1801, answering Rev. Dr. Miller's questions as to religious conditions and denominations in Ireland

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1 folder

McDowel, Benjamin, 1801. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 24, 1801, relating to the projected academy of which Mr. McDowel aws appointed tutor

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1 folder

McDowell, John, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 16, 1841, request for information about Dr. Breckenridge, whose funeral sermon he is to preach

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1 folder

McDowell, John, 1849. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 12, 1849, letter with copy of the minutes of the Board of Directors of the Theological Seminary in regard to Miller's offer to give up half of his salary; request that Miller lead the prayer in the inauguration of the new professor, Dr. Alexander

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1 folder

McDowell, John, 1849. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 22, 1849, technical difficulties concerning a bequest to the Seminary by Mr. B. Smith; McDowell suggests that he and miller transfer their rights as executors to the Board of Trustees

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1 folder

McDowell, John, 1825. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 13, 1825, arrangements for certain seminary students to receive certain scholarships

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1 folder

McDowell, Maxwell, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 24, 1843, about the rights of ruling elders

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1 folder

McDowell, Maxwell, 1844. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 30, 1844, relating to Rev. Dr. Miller's book on the office of the ruling Elders, and asking for a copy of Mr. McDowell's letter aluded to in said book

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1 folder

McDowell, William A, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 10, 1841, requesting Miller to write a piece for the "Missionary Chronicle," on the subject of Domestic Missions

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1 folder

McDowell, William A, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 15, 1841, answering Miller's questions about how long an article he wants for the "Missionary Chronicle"

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1 folder

McDowell, William A, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 30, 1841, many thanks for Miller's article; request for one or more articles

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1 folder

McFarland, Francis, 1820. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 4, 1820, relating to mission work in Vincennes

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1 folder

McIlvaine, Joshua Hall, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 26, 1841, regarding the call he has had from Little Falls; can he obtain ordination from the Presbytery of New Brunswick

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1 folder

McIlvaine, Joshua Hall, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 9, 1843, Miller's advice sought regarding the establishment of an Old-School Church at Utica without permanent sessions

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1 folder

McIver, Colin, 1836. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 22, 1836, relating to Mr. McIver's book: "Questions on the Constitution of the Presbyterian Church..."; attached is a copy of Mr. McIver's letter to the editor of the Presbyterian concerning the book

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1 folder

McIver, Colin, 1840. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 3, 1840, asking Rev. Dr. Miller's advice concerning Mr. McIver's book: "Questions on the constitution of the Presbyterian Church"

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1 folder

McIver, Colin, 1840. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 18, 1840, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for consenting to examine the manuscript of Mr. McIver's book: "Questions..."

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1 folder

McIver, Colin, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 23, 1841, introducing Rev. A. Smith and relating to Mr. McIver's "Questions..."

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1 folder

McIver, Colin, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 29, 1842, relating to a matter of church law

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1 folder

McIver, Colin, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 7, 1842, relating to the disciplining of Mr. McQueen by the Church

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1 folder

McIver, Colin, 1844. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 3, 1844, relating to the disciplining of a ruling Elder

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1 folder

McIver, Colin, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 6, 1845, relating to Mr. McIver's book: "Questions designed to facilitate the study of the constitution of the Presbyterian Church"

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1 folder

McIver, Colin, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 4, 1848, relating to disciplining a pastor

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1 folder

McKean, J. J, 1839. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 21, 1839, about his eternal welfare

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1 folder

McKean, Joseph, 1810. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 30, 1810, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for notification of Mr. McKean's election to the New York Historical Society

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1 folder

McKean, Joseph, 1813. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 2, 1813, relating to the deceased Dr. Eliot

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1 folder

McKean, Joseph, 1813. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 12, 1813, answering some queries from Rev. Dr. Miller

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1 folder

McKean, Joseph, 1813. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 21, 1813, relating to the Magdeburgh Church History

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1 folder

McKean, Joseph, 1816. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 4, 1816, Mr. Bayard doubtful of any great gift to the Seminary from the rich men in Cambridge; as a small token of appreciation for the degree, he is sending to the Princeton library a copy of Griesback's edition of the New Testament

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1 folder

McKean, Thomas, 1798. 1 folder.
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D, January 1798, preface written by Mr. McKean and designed for a French edition of one of Mr. Dickinsons' publications

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1 folder

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McKennan, Thomas McKean, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 6, 1842, expressing thanks for Rev. Dr. Miller's letter of approval of a course taken by Mr. McKennan in Congress

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1 folder

McKenzie, James, 1805. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 23, 1805

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1 folder

McKinley, Daniel, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 29, 1841, relating to obtaining a charge for Mr. McKinley

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1 folder

McKnight, John, 1809. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 24, 1809, wishes the matter to be places before the Elders, Deacons, and Trustees; confident he has alleged nothing which he cannot prove (this dispute arose over a separation of the churches in NYC and McKnight felt that he was being eased out)

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McKnight, John, 1809. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 3, 1809, relating to the controversy between Miller and McKnight; McKnight thinks it is obvious that Miller, in urging the separation of churches, and by his putting forward Mr. Speese as likely material for one of the pulpits, was only easing McKnight out

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1 folder

McKowen, John, 1870. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 24, 1870, to Samuel Miller (son), family news

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McLean, Daniel Veech, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 13, 1842

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McLean, Daniel Veech, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 15, 1845

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McLean, Daniel Veech, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 1, 1845

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McLean, Daniel Veech, 1846. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 24, 1846

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1 folder

McLean, Daniel Veech, 1846. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 16, 1846, requesting Rev. Dr. Miller to write a history of Princeton Theological Seminary to be read before the New Jersey Historical Society

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1 folder

McLeod, Alexander, 1822. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 7, 1822, advising Rev. Dr. Miller to reply to Stuart's letters

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1 folder

McLeod, Alexander, undated. 1 folder.
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ALS, returning some of Rev. Dr. Miller's letters

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1 folder

McLeod, Alexander, 1803. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 7, 1803, expressing Dr. McLeod's opinion of Rev. Dr. Miller's "Review of the Philosophy of the Human Mind"; with recent additional notes on scrap paper

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McLeod, John N, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 27, 1848, asking Rev. Dr. Miller for short reminisces of Mr. McLeod's father, Dr. Alexander McLeod

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1 folder

McRee, James, 1838. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 4, 1838, short sketch of his life and work; many recollections of Princeton days, men, and classmates

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1 folder

Madison, James, 1804. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 23, 1804, praising Rev. Dr. Miller's book; with xeroxed copy

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1 folder

Madison, James, 1813. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 24, 1813, announcing second Thursday of September to be a day of religious solemnity

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Magie, David, 1836. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 13, 1836, discussion of the discord in the church with reference to the trial of Mr. Barnes

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1 folder

Magie, David, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 4, 1845, thinks there will be no impropriety for Miller to speak decidedly on a certain subject (at the dedicatory address of a monument to James Caldwell, class of 1759)

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1 folder

Maitland, Eliza L, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 2, 1842, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for the gift of a few books

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1 folder

Maitland, Robert L, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 14, 1842, many thanks for Miller's letter; did not hear Dr. Chalmers preach while abroad

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Mallard, John B, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 8, 1841, inquiry relating to divorce

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1 folder

Mann, [Walter], 1853. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 23, 1853, to Samuel Miller (son), enclosing his card

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1 folder

Marcelus, A. A, 1846. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 9, 1846, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for the loan of the Historical Works of General Lee

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1 folder

Marcelus, A. A, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 1, 1848, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for the loan of some books

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1 folder

Marsh, Ephraim, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 9, 1842, relating to calling a minister to Hackettstown Church

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1 folder

Martin, C. W, 1834. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 12, 1834, asking Rev. Dr. Miller's advice in regard to expression of pastor's opinion respecting slavery

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1 folder

Mason, John Young, 1846. 1 folder.
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LS (with envelope), December 29, 1846, respecting appointment of Rev. E. C. Bittinger as chaplain of the Navy

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1 folder

Matheson, James, 1834. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 4, 1834, general letter announcing Mr. Matheson's safe arrival at home after his visit to America

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1 folder

Mathews, Lyman, 1836. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 8, 1836, asking for a copy of Dr. Porter's letters to Rev. Dr. Miller on the subject of the American Bible Society

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1 folder

Maxwell, William, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 21, 1847, announcing Rev. Dr. Miller's election to the Virginia Historical Society as an Honorary Member

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1 folder

Maxwell, William, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 6, 1848, presenting Rev. Dr. Miller with a subscription to the Virginia Historical Register

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1 folder

Mayer, Lewis, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 19, 1822, regarding the establishment of a Theological Seminary in Maryland under the auspices of the German Reformed Church

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1 folder

Mercer, Alexander G, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 22, 1843, to Drs. Alexander, Miller, Hodge and Rev. J. A. Alexander, formal intimation of his plan not to return to the Seminary; deep gratitude for the kindness of his teachers; and for skilled instructions

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1 folder

Merrill, Addison, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 1, 1848, asking for information on baptism

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1 folder

Miller, John H., Jr, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 25, 1848, regarding actions taken by the General Assembly on certain points of church government

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1 folder

Miller, Samuel (of Scotland), 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 29, 1844, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for his autograph and giving somewhat of an autobiography

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1 folder

Miller, Samuel (of Scotland), 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 18, 1845, general letter

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1 folder

Miller, Samuel (of Scotland), 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 17, 1847, general letter

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1 folder

Miller, Samuel (of Scotland), 1823. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

L (copy), written October 27, 1823, sent November 1st, 1823, by Miller in response to Rev. Sparks letter of September 18, 1823 (see Box 11, Folder 65)

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1 folder

Miller, Samuel (of Scotland), 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (with envelope), July 18, 1848, about the condition of the church in Scotland

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1 folder

Miller, Samuel (of Scotland), 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 7, 1848, about the honorary degree conferred on him

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1 folder

Miller Samuel (of Scotland), 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 17, 1849, enjoyed visit from Rev. Dr. Miller's son; hopes Rev. Dr. Miller is enjoying his emeritus days; is sending a book and a few pamphlets via said son

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1 folder

Mills, John, 1827. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 15, 1827, general letter also containing a note by Christian Dewey

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1 folder

Mitchell, Alexander W, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 16, 1839, regarding some subscriptions for the Board of Publication [of the Presbyterian Church]

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1 folder

Mitchell, Alexander W, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 17, 1841, about taking Rev. Dr. Miller's portrait

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1 folder

Mitchell, John, 1827. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 198, 1827, accompanying a book for the Library of the College of New Jersey

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1 folder

Mitchell, John, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 25, 1833, general letter

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1 folder

Mitchell, John, 1833. 1 folder.
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ANS, April 2, 1833, introducing Rev. Mr. Sillie of Montrose

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1 folder

Mixpos [pseud], undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, undated, anonymous letter suggesting a movement of public pryaer for divine guidance in the coming presidential election

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1 folder

Montgomery, John L, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 28, 1839, about the decline of Presbyterianism in some parts of America

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1 folder

Montgomery, John L, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 21, 1841, regarding a proposition made by a certain Mr. Turnbull

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1 folder

Moore, James Wilson, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 20, 1849, asking Rev. Dr. Miller to investigate the possibility of obtaining a scholarship for Mr. Moore's son at Princeton University

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1 folder

Moore, James Wilson, 1850. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (with envelope), December 22, 1850, to Mrs. Sarah Miller (wife); enclosed ALS, January 12, 1829, to Moore from Rev. Dr. Miller, with ALS, undated, by A. Alexander at end

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1 folder

Moore, Joshua, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 27, 1849, introducing Mr. Samuel Thompson

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1 folder

Moore, Thomas Verner, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, regarding the first church at Rochester

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1 folder

Muncaster, Otho Z, 1844. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 20, 1844, asking information about some point of church government

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1 folder

Murdock, William J, 1843. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 21, 1843, about a D.D. degree for the Rev. Thomas. Startk of Forres, Scotland

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1 folder

Murphey, Samuel, 1821. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ADS, April 20, 1821, soliciting his aid in securing a minister for their church; signed by Charles H. Haushey, John Mathews, John Janvier, and C. Vadegrief

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1 folder

Murphey, Thomas Grier, 1846. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 29, 1846, asking for documents & records dealing with the history of the Presbyterian Church at Dover

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1 folder

Murphey, Thomas Grier, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 28, 1847, about the purpose of his church in Dover

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1 folder

Murphey, Thomas Grier, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 7, 1848, accompanying a letter from the ladies of his congregation to Mr. James Lennox; asking for Rev. Dr. Miller's approval

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1 folder

Murphey, Thomas Grier, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 26, 1848, about purchasing a parsonage

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1 folder

Murphey, Thomas Grier, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, Ocotober 10, 1848, acknowleding the receipt of Rev. Dr. Miller's letter containing a check from Mr. Lennox, for the purchase of a parsonage

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1 folder

Murphey, Thomas Grier, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (with envelope), September 8, 1849, about the progress made in purchasing a parsonage

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1 folder

Murphey, Thomas Grier, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (with envelope), December 5, 1849, relating to the sum of money given to the church of Dover by Mr. Lennox

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1 folder

Murray, J. R, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, undated, criticizing the Fine Arts section of Rev. Dr. Miller's "Retrospect of the 18th Century"

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1 folder

Murray, Lemuel, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 3, 1841, about the publication of a letter of Rev. Dr. Miller's

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1 folder

Murray, Lindley, 1805. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

L (copy), 1805, copy of a portion of a letter from Mr. Murray relating to the letter "Retrospect..."

Physical Description

1 folder

Murray, Lindley, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, undated, announcing the publication of the London edition of Rev. Dr. Miller's "Retrospect of the 18th century"

Physical Description

1 folder

Murray, Lindley, 1804. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), July 26, 1804, also containing a copy of a letter on "The Retrospect of the 18th Century"; with an AN and an additional AN

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1 folder

Murray, Nicholas, 1830. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 27, 1839, about his intention of making a visit to Princeton

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1 folder

Murray, Nicholas, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 28, 1845, relating to young men who would be possble candidates for the seminary

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1 folder

Murray, Nicholas, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 28, 1845, enclosing a copy from the meeting of the Committee on the Caldwell Monument; request for a copy of Miller's spech on the dedication of the monument

Physical Description

1 folder

Musgrave, George Washington, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 23, 1842, asking for a list of authors on the Discipline and Government of the Methodist Episcopal Church

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1 folder

Nettleton, Asahel, 1837. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 28, 1837, general letter

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1 folder

Nettleton, Asahel, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 30, 1836, containing a copy of a letter from Dr. Tyler to Prof. Stove

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1 folder

Nettleton, Asahel, 1837. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 26, 1837, about a letter sent by Dr. Porter to Dr. Beecher

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1 folder

Nettleton, Asahel, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 10, 1835, relating to Dr. Beecher's publishing a letter written to him by Rev. Dr. Miller

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1 folder

Nettleton, Asahel, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 11, 1835, regarding the proceedings of the General Assembly

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1 folder

Nettleton, Asahel, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (initialed), August 31, 1835, probably to Rev. Dr. Miller, critical letter upon copy of "Repository"

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1 folder

Neill, William, 1820. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 9, 1820, sending the Confession of Faith and another document; Miller's report and certain alterations in the Directory to be printed

Physical Description

1 folder

Newell, Daniel, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 11, 1838, regarding the settlement of an account for 50 copies of the "Synod of Dort"

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1 folder

Newkirk, Matthew, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 29, 1845, about acknowledging the interest in a note of Mr. John Colts'

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1 folder

Newton, J. W, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 15, 1845, describing his life on the ship

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1 folder

New York & New Jersey Synod, 1819. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

D, May 12, 1819, extract from the minutes of the Directors of the African School established by the Synod of New York and New Jersey at their session in New York on the date listed; with a recent additional note on scrap paper

Physical Description

1 folder

Nisbet, Alexander, 1804. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 12, 1804, about publishing th e last Dr. Nisbet's lectures

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1 folder

Nisbet, Alexander, 1806. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 11, 1806, regarding the publishing of the late Dr. Nisbet's lectures

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1 folder

Nisbet, Alexander, 1807. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 25, 1807, about publishing the lecture of his father

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1 folder

Nisbet, Alexander, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 4, 1838, about some letters of his father's

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1 folder

Nisbet, Alexander, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 31, 1838, relating to compiling the "Memoirs of Dr. Nisbet"

Physical Description

1 folder

Nisbet, Alexander, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 10, 1840, suggestions regarding Rev. Dr. Miller's memior of Dr. Nisbet

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1 folder

Nisbet, Alexander, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 23, 1840, regarding the publication of Rev. Dr. Miller's "Life of Dr. Nisbet"

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1 folder

Nisbet, Alexander, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 22, 1840, regarding Rev. Dr. Miller's "Life of Dr. Nisbet"

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1 folder

Nisbet, Charles, 1801. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 13, 1801, answering certain queries of Rev. Dr. Miller's

Physical Description

1 folder

Noble, Mason, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 29, 1849, asking for information on some questions of church government

Physical Description

1 folder

Nott, Eliphalet, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

L (with envelope), February 4, 1847, letter written with an additional note signed by his song, U. E. Nott

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1 folder

Nott, Eliphalet, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 28, -----, enclosing a copy of the Union College Total Abstinence Society's constitution

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1 folder

Osborn, Ethan, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 25, 1836, asking Rev. Dr. Miller to take charge of the Cedarville congregation; ANS (on third page), from Leonard Lawrence, emphasizing Mr. Osborn's request

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1 folder

Osborn, [Thomas], 1834. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 19, 1834, relating to founding a "free Presbyterian Church" in Trention

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1 folder

Osborn, [Thomas], undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, undated, to the committee appointed to look into the matter of a "Free Presbyterian" Church in Trenton, a statement of conditions in Trenton

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1 folder

Parmelee, James Hill, 1818. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 31, 1818, containing statistics of the Roman Catholic Church, etc.

Physical Description

1 folder

Parmelee, James Hill, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 19, 1849, regarding a Cathechism of the whole Bible

Physical Description

1 folder

Paulding, James K, 1807. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 4, 1807, criticizing some works of Rev. Dr. Miller's

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1 folder

Paulding, James K, 1838. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 12, 1838, announcing the appointment of Rev. Elliot as chaplain

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1 folder

Paxton, William M, 1848-1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, c. 1848-1849, introducing Mr. McCauley as a prospective student at N.J. College; would like Miller to give him advice when temptations of college life become too great

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1 folder

Penney, Joseph, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 22, 1842, asking for an appointment to some vacant charge

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1 folder

Perkins, Henry, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 16, 1822, praising Rev. Dr. Miller's "Letters on Unitarianism"

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1 folder

Peters, Absalom, 1832. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 1, 1832, about a letter of Rev. Dr. Miller's to the American Home Mission Society

Physical Description

1 folder

Phelps, Eliakim, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 13, 1833, asking for information on church government

Physical Description

1 folder

Phelps, Eliakim, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 24, 1847, about the practices of the Central American Educational Society

Physical Description

1 folder

Phelps, Philo Fuller, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

Boston, August 4, 1833, about the subpect of "Popery"

Physical Description

1 folder

Phelps, Philo Fuller, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, December 3, 1835, about the action taken by the Synod at York

Physical Description

1 folder

Phillips, William Wirt, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 1, 1849, regarding a paper on the administering of Baptism to adults; the need for a uniform mode for such

Physical Description

1 folder

Pigot, T, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 3, 1848, about Rev. Dr. Miller's subscription to the "Jewish Chronicle"

Physical Description

1 folder

Pillsbury, Ithamar, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 17, 1835, enclosing a copy of a letter from Lyman Beecher to Mr. Nettleton [Note: On the margins of Mr. Pillsbury's letter: Dr. Nettleton has written urging Rev. Dr. Miller to reply to Mr. Beecher's action in publishing Rev. Dr. Miller's letter of a previous date.]

Physical Description

1 folder

Pinney, John Brooke, 1834. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 29, 1834, relating to Mr. Pinney's work at agent for the American Colonizatoin Society

Physical Description

1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1835. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 11, 1835, enclosing a letter from Mr. Seoch to Mr. Plumber [letter missing]

Physical Description

1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 5, 1836, more about the rumpus over Plumer's work--election to the Board of Eduation in Philadelphia

Physical Description

1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ADS, April 16, 1836, extracts from West Hanvoer Presbytery containing a copy of the "Resolutions on Slavery," signed by B.M. Smight with additional note by W.S. Plumer

Physical Description

1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 15, 1841, general letter; unhappy because of death of brother

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1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

LS, February 25, 1836, about "Early Piety" with an AN

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1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 3, 1836, about some resolutions to be presented at a meeting of the general assembly

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1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 11, 1841, inviting Drs. Miller and Alexander to attend the sessions of the Synod of Virginia

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1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 26, 1842, about becoming an evangelist

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1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 24, 1849, about Rev. Dr. Miller's salary and resignation as professor

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1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 7, 1849, wants the truth from Miller; his suggestions retiring from the Seminary and reduction on his salary

Physical Description

1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 13, 1849, more about Rev. Dr. Miller's salary; cautions prudence before giving away money

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1 folder

Plumer, William Swan, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 19, 1833, about "church unification" among various denominations

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1 folder

Porter, Ebenezer, 1831. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 2, 1831, introducing several students proposing to enter the Seminary at Princeton

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1 folder

Pratt, Silas, 1842. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 20, 1842, about the uniting of his church with the Caledonial Presbytery

Physical Description

1 folder

Prime, Samuel Irenaeus, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 15, 1849, asking for a brief life of Rev. Dr. Miller

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1 folder

Princeton Theological Seminary, 1824. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 6, 1824

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1 folder

Princeton Theological Seminary, 1824. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 9, 1824, asking for a church history; signed by members of the class

Physical Description

1 folder

Ralston, Gerard, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (with envelope), June 22, 1849, happy to have met his son (John); his visit to England was very helpful to the Colonization Cause; his examination before the House of Lords elicited much valuable information

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1 folder

Ralston, Robert, 1832. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 12, 1832, about Master Henry Woodward

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1 folder

Ramsay, Robert, 1848. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 11, 1848, about his son's going to Africa as a missionary

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1 folder

Ramsey, William, 1832. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 29, 1832, practical suggestions to the new missionaries coming out to India; American missionaries not liked by the English and Scottish groups, but work goes on

Physical Description

1 folder

Ramsey, William, 1833. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 18, 1833, suggestions on what to read before coming out to India; his opinions on the whole lot if Indians; descriptions of the two systems of religious faith amond the Hindus; single female missionary not much use; need great for other missionaries

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1 folder

Reed, Andrew, 1834. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 24, 1834, general letter

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1 folder

Reed, Andrew, 1826. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 25, 1826 (?), accompanying a parcel to Rev. Dr. Miller

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1 folder

Reid, J. Slaton, 1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 26, 1836, accompanying the first volume of a "History of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland"

Physical Description

1 folder

Reid, J. Slaton, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, 1840, general note

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1 folder

Reid, J. Slaton, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 13, 1840, asking for information on "Confirmation"

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1 folder

Reid, William Shields, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 31, 1840, thanks for the pamphlets sent; reiniscences; commends Miller for his stand in the New versus Old School Presbyterianism

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1 folder

Reynolds, John VanLiew, 1847. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 20, 1847, asking for advice in a controversy with Unitarian Seminary at Meadville

Physical Description

1 folder

Rice, Benjamin Holt, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 7, 1849, telling of the progress in his congregation

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1 folder

Rice, John Holt, 1822. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 4, 1822, giving a friendly criticism on some work of Rev. Dr. Miller

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1 folder

Rice, John Holt, 1828. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 2, 1828, general letter; sorry he did not see him in Princeton; some state of Zion, need for Bible truth

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1 folder

Rice, John Holt, 1820s. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, February 5, 182-, about salting pork

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1 folder

Richards, James, 1835-1836. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 5, 1835, about the controversy between the Old School and the New; ALS, April 22, 1836, reaction taken by the Synod of Philadelphia on the case of Brother Barnes

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1 folder

Richardson, H, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 12, 1845, asking Rev. Dr. Miller to lecture in Philadelphia under the auspices of the Home Missionary and Tract Society of the city of Philadelphia. In addition to the signature of the writer are the autographs of W. S. E. Agnew, Theaddeaus Norris, W. P. Hacks, A. Cumming, W. H. Reid, Wm. Mc MaKin

Physical Description

1 folder

Riddle, William, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, November 19, 1841, his efforts to find either refutation or verification of certain passages, quoted by a Baptist minister, in the library; glad of Rev. Dr. Miller's aid to help him expose the truth

Physical Description

1 folder

Ridgely, Henry M, 1827. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, May 18, 1827, notes by Henry M. Ridgely with additional autograph note

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1 folder

Riker, James, Jr, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 20, 1849, request for information about James Lyon for a historical account

Physical Description

1 folder

Riker, James, Jr, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 29, 1849, about Rev. George McNish

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1 folder

Riker, James, Jr, 1849. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 18, 1849, asking for a copy of the inscription on the tombstone of John Berrien

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1 folder

Robins, John P, 1846. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, August 1846, introducing Mr. Spence, who joins Princeton College; any aid to him will be appreciated

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1 folder

Roe, Azel, 1800. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 11, ca.1800, biographical details about Rev. David Bostwick

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1 folder

Romeyn, John Brodhead, 1815. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 10, 1815, about the bill for the transportation of, and custom duties on, some books

Physical Description

1 folder

Romeyn, John Brodhead, 1816. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, January 22, 1816, giving statistics of clergymen in England and Scotland

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1 folder

Ross, William M, 1845. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 7, 1845, wants to know how McDowell feels about accepting a call to their church

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1 folder

Rush, Benjamin, 1808. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 5, 1808, plans and prospects for Dickinson College; hopes Miller will consider prayerfully the position before declining it

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1 folder

Rush, Benjamin, 1808. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, July 21, 1808, regrets that Miller can not accept the position of Principal in "our college"

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1 folder

Rush, Benjamin, 1808. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 8, 1808, Miller's election to the presidency of Carlise College by unanimous vote; hopes Miller will accept; high hopes for the college if he does

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1 folder

Rush, Benjamin, 1812. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 19, 1812, expression of sorrow and sympathy at the death of Dr. E.M. Miller and for the death of Rev. Dr. Miller's young son

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1 folder

Rush, Benjamin, 1812. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, March 24, 1812, as expression of his sorrow and esteem for Dr. Edward Miller, he has published a tribute; wishes Rev. Dr. Miller would publish his brother's papers

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1 folder

Rush, Benjamin, 1812. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 9, 1812, thanking Rev. Dr. Miller for his memorial of Dr. Edward Miller

Physical Description

1 folder

Rush, Benjamin, 1812. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 13, 1813, words of praise and delight for Rev. Dr. Miller's "Life of Dr. Rodgers"; mentions his latest work on the diseases of the mind

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1 folder

Russell, Archibald, 1840. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 23, 1840, referring to the Rutherford Library; some volumes of which are now in the University Library

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1 folder

Russell, Archibald, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, April 5, 1841, thanking Miller for his work on "Christian Ministry"

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1 folder

Russell, [Francis], 1840s. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, September 11, 184- (?), accompanying a letter from Dr. Candlish of Edinburgh

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1 folder

Russell, James, 1841. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, June 29, 1841, about certain books to be sent to Rev. Dr. Miller by the Publication Board containing also a note of Rev. Dr. Miller's

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1 folder

Ryerson, Martin, 1853. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 30, 1853, to Samuel Miller (son), request for Miller to recommend a teacher for their Academy to relieve their principal, whose health is feeble

Physical Description

1 folder

Ryland, John, 1800. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, October 22, 1800, giving facts about the state of religion in England

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1 folder

Ryland, John, 1802. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, May 8, 1802, introducing Missionary Chamberlaine and his wife

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1 folder

Ryland, John, 1802. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS (copy), copy of a letter dated May 8, 1802 to Rev. Miller introducing Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlaine, missionaries to Bengal

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1 folder

Ryland, John, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ALS, undated, about some missionaries in India

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1 folder

Ryland, John, 1806. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, May 13, 1806, accompanying "Scott's Exposition" for the College of New Jersey

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1 folder

Ryland, John, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, undated, accompanying "Scott's Family Bible" for the College of New Jersey

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1 folder

Sargent, George W, undated. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, March 21, ---- (with envelope), requesting him to attend a meeting of the Synomiletic Society

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1 folder

Sartain, John, 1839. 1 folder.
Scope and Contents

ANS, November 23, 1839, about an engraving of Dr. Nisbet

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1 folder

Schenck, William Edward, 1872. 1 folder.
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ALS (with envelope), July 5, 1872, to Samuel Miller (son), enclosing a printed appeal for a subscription to the Princeton College Alumni Fund to raise the salaries of the professors

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Schenck, William Edward, 1872. 1 folder.
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ALS (with envelope), August 12, 1872, to Samuel Miller (son), requesting Miller to give him the addresses of certain alumni; to give aid to the committee, working in his vicinity; great necessity for brief talks as means to bring in the money

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Schenck, William Edward, 1872. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 3, 1842, to Samuel Miller (son), thanks for the addresses sent; answers questions about the salaries for the professors; hopes to raise funds to add to the salaries, via The Princeton College Alumni Fund

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Schenck, William Edward, 1872. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 6, 1872, to Samuel Miller (son), how much has Miller raised for the Princeton College Alumni Fund; reports on his progress

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Schenck, William Edward, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 19, 1845, requesting Miller to preach for him some Sabbath

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Schley, William, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 24, 1847, greatly honored by the request to speak to the Alumni of Nassau Hall at centennary celebration; as yet, still undecided whether or not to accept the invitiation

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Scott, James Long, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 16, 1842 asking for information on some point of church order

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Scott, Thomas, 1801. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 21, 1801, answering some queries of Rev. Dr. Miller.

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Scott, Thomas, 1801. 1 folder.
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L (copy), January 21, 1801, copy of letter to Rev. Dr. Miller in which Scott gave an account of the state of the Church of England

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Scott, William Anderson, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 10, 1843, asking for missionaries to do mission work in New Orleans

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Scovel, Alden, 1844. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 16, 1844, asking for information about some points of church polity

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Searle, Moses C, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 27, 1842, requested Miller's opinion on certain matters of church discipline

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Searle, Thomas Coleman, 1816. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 29, 1816, telling of the state of affairs at Dartmouth College; and asking Rev. Dr. Miller if he would consider becoming its president with ALS (copy) of letter; ALS (copy, September 7, 1816, Rev. Dr. Miller's answer in which he says he cannot accept the presidency

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Searle, Thomas Coleman, 1816. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 19, 1816, about Mr. Finley's mission for colonizing the free slaves

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Searle, Thomas Coleman, 1817. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 16, 1817, about a certain Mr. Stafford

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Searle, Thomas Coleman, 1817. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 8, 1817, general letter

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Searle, Thomas Coleman, 1816. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 11, 1816, asking for advice

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Seeley, Augustus Horton, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 19, 1848, about uncovering the head in public worships

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Selyns, Henricus, undated. 1 folder.
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AMsS, undated, small booklet on outside of which is written: "Some historical extracts from the Dutch poems of D. Selinus, in MS for the use of Rev. Dr. Miller, with some remakrs by the translator." The poems are missing except the "Epitaph for Peter Stuyvesant"; also Selinus [Note: 'D." stands for domine which is the latin term for 'lord' or 'master' used when addressing clergy or educated profressionals; as such, it is not the first name of this individual, it is part of his title. However, it is useful for researching as results are available using domine that are not available when 'Henricus' is used.]

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Sergeant, Johnathan D, 1838. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 27, 1838, enclosing ALS, June 26, 1838, from the Secretary of the Navy in which he explains how Miller can reach his son, who is with the U.S. Navy in the Pacific

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Sergeant, Johnathan D, 1839. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 6, 1839, very glad to have rendered what help he could regarding the New versus Old School controversy; confident the decision will go in their favor--i.e. Old School's

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Sergeant, Johnathan D, 1839. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 8, 1839, announcing the decision from the Chief Justic in favor of the Old School; hopes next General Assembly can meet in comfort with the refractory members removed, now

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Sergeant, Johnathan D, 1839. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 16, 1839, about the decision of the trial in the controversy between the Old and the New Schools

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Sergeant, Johnathan D, 1840. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 14, 1840, the appointment in question belongs to Post-master General; comments on the political state of the government with Gov. Harrision coming into office after Jackson and Van Buren

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Sergeant, Johnathan D, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 1841, cannot say how Clay and Southward feel toward each other; the president (Harrision) has a stiff course with all the office seekers surrounding him; spoils system disgusting

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Sergeant, Johnathan D, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 14, 1847, his ill-health prevents him from accepting the invitation of the College of N.J.

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Sergeant, Johnathan D, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 29, 1847, ill-health prevents his coming to the centennial celebration of N.J. College; should like to see William Sergeant be graduated; hopes some layman will point out that the character of the college used to be and always should be of a religous note, a "temple of piety"

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Sergeant, Johnathan D, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 6, 1845, William is to enter the Junior class at Princeton; characteristics of William; hopes Miller will look out for him

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Sergeant, Thomas, 1840. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 17, 1840, praise for and criticism of Miller's "Memior of Dr. Nisbet"

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Sewall, Joseph, 1754. 1 folder.
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ALS (copy), June 10, 1754, to Rev. Dr. John Miller (father), copied by Samuel Miller (son), comforting Miller in his illness

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Sewall, Joseph, 1766. 1 folder.
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ALS (copy), July 12, 1766, to Rev. Dr. John Miller (father), giving friendly information

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Shafer, Joseph L, 1836. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 16, 1836, a few facts about a Mr. Abbot

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Shane, Carlos W, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 30, 1847, asking for a minister and help out in Oregon

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Shear, William, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 23, 1848, asking a few questions about Rev. Dr. Miller's work "On ruling Elders"

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Shear, William, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 27, 1848, about some point n Rev. Dr. Miller's "On ruling Elders"

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Shepperson, C. M, undated. 1 folder.
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ALS (portion), undated, dealing with the education of his sons

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Shuford, M. L, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, July 24, 1841, to Samuel Miller (son), announcing his election to the honorary membership of the Goethian Siterary Society of Marshall College

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Smith, Carlos, 1840. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 22, 1840, asking about some point of church government

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Smith, Daniel, 1804. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 14, 1804, a few facts about Mr. Hampson's life, which may explain his attitutude toward Methodism and Wesley, as evinced in H.'s history

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Smith, A. H, 1833. 1 folder.
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ANS, 1833, to Samuel Miller (son), accompanying an order from Miss R. H. Day to a certain Mr. Richards

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Smith, James, 1825. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 28, 1825, announcing the intention of Rev. Thomas E. Hughes' sons going to Princeton Seminary

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Smith, John Cotton, 1835. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 3, 1835, respecting Rev. Dr. Miller's "On Ruling Elders"

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1 folder

Smith, John Cross, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 18, 1848, accompanying sermon on "The Religiou & Patriotism of '76"

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Smith, Matthew Hale, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 19, 1845, about some lectures on Universalism

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Smith, Marcus, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 29, 1845, about a point of church government

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Smith, [Seneca] B, 1845. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 5, 1845, to Samuel Miller (son), about the price of several books

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1 folder

Smyth, Thomas, 1838. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 4, 1838, about resigning his charge

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1 folder

Smyth, Thomas, 1839. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 8, 1839, sending Miller his article on Mormons (?) for suggestions

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Smyth, Thomas, 1840. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 4, 1840, regarding the Sorship (?) of Christ

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Smyth, Thomas, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, December 1841, asking for a criticism for his "Lectures on Apostol Succ (?)"; and his "Cathechism"

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Smyth, Thomas, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 28, 1843, asking for a criticism of his Cathechism

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Smyth, Thomas, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 29, 1843, acknowledging Rev. Dr. Miller's commendation of his Cathechism; differs with him on Eldership

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Smyth, Thomas, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 17, 1843, acknowledging the honor conferred on him by the College of New Jersey

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Snodgrass, William D, 1820. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 16, 1820, about the Morarian establishment at Salem

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Snowden, C, 1841. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 27, 1841, can Miller give aid to the church at Sing Sing; Mr. Henry, the pastor, has been forced to relinquish his charge because of ill-health; description of the growth of the region

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Snowden, C, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 1842, Henry sent in a decisive resignation of his charge; his health is much better, now that he is abroad' wants Miller's opinion of Mr. Teese, as a successor to Henry

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Snowden, Issac C, undated. 1 folder.
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DS, undated, copy of Mr. Snowden's poem signed by the author and addressed to Rev. Dr. Miller

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Sommers, Thomas, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 22, 1843, announcing Rev. Dr. Miller's election as one of the vice-presidents of the "Christian Alliance"

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Southard, Samuel L, 1835. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 10, 1835, information about Mr. Grundy very satisfactory; requests Miller to put a phrase into good Latin; please by Miller's estimate of his speech

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Sparks, Jared, 1836. 1 folder.
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ALS, April 5, 1836, about writing the "Life of Edwards"

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Sparks, Jared, 1836. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 18, 1836, asking him to write a "Life of President Jonathan Edwards" for the "Library of American Biography"

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Sparks, Jared, 1836. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 5, 1836, about the form and publication of the "Life of Edwards"

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Sparks, Jared, 1837. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 14, 1837, announcing the reciept of the manuscript of the "Life of Edwards"

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Sparks, Jared, 1837. 1 folder.
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ALS, October 11, 1837,sending eight copies of Miller's "Life of Jonathan Edwards"

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Sparks, Jared, 1823. 1 folder.
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ALS, September 18, 1823, accompanying a volume containing a series of letters addressed to Rev. Dr. Miller

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Sparks, Jared (re), 1823. 1 folder.
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ALS, March 22, 1821, by the Editor of the Unitarian Miscellany

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Speece, Conrad, 1809. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 22, 1809, Speece's testimony in favor of Rev. Dr. Miller; states he never intimated that, in asking Speece to come to N.Y., he was easing McKnight out

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Speece, Conrad, 1809. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 28, 1809, thanking Miller for his "Letters on the Ministry""

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Sprague, William Buell, 1831. 1 folder.
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ALS, November 3, 1831, introducing Mr. Richard Webster

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Sprague, William Buell, 1833. 1 folder.
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ALS, August 29, 1833, about some autographs

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Sprague, William Buell, 1838. 1 folder.
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ALS, June 25, 1838, asking Rev. Dr. Miller to revise the "Memoirs of Dr. Griffin" before it is published

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Sprague, William Buell, 1842. 1 folder.
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ALS, May 14, 1842, telling about the trouble between Mr. Delavan and himself

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Sprague, William Buell, 1843. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 16, 1843, about a D.D. degree for Rev. Andre Ferriar (?), President of Madision College, Pa

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Sprague, William Buell, 1847. 1 folder.
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ALS (with envelope), July 20, 1847, asking for a list of Rev. Dr. Miller's publications

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Sprague, William Buell, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, January 5, 1848, about some facts of the life of Rev. Dr. McLeod

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Sprague, William Buell, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS (with envelope), January 12, 1848, about a sketch for some work of Dr. Sprague's

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Sprague, William Buell, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS (with envelope), January 31, 1848, thanking him for his kindness in writing a biogrpahical sketch of his own father and Dr. Ewing

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1 folder

Sprague, William Buell, 1848. 1 folder.
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ALS, February 22, 1848, acknowledging Rev. Dr. Miller's sketch of Dr. Ewing, and asking him for an epitome of Dr. Abeel's character

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