Item FC 3213 L55 020.049 - 1855 (Dec) from Edward Dewar to Townley

Transcript 1855 Dec 31 - Letter from Dewar

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1855 (Dec) from Edward Dewar to Townley

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FC 3213 L55 020.049

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  • December 31, 1855 (Creation)

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One sheet of paper, embossed with lion head surrounded by laurel crown.

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Reverend Dewar was a Church of England clergyman. Born 1812 at Amherstburg, Upper Canada, died 1862 at Thornhill, Canada West.

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Place: Sandwich [now Windsor, ON]

From: Edward H. Dewar

To: Townley

Details: 3 pp

Notes: Rev. Dewar and Rev. Adam Townley were the editors of the "Churchman's Friend" magazine. In this letter, Rev. Dewar writes about editorial business, including subscribers, plans for articles, and printing.

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Bruce Peel Special Collections is part of the University of Alberta Libraries.

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