Jonathan Worth to Edward Jones Hale, November 5, 1859

Source citation
Jonathan Worth to J. Grier Ralston, November 4, 1859, in Joseph Grégorie de Roulhac Hamilton, ed., The Correspondence of Jonathan Worth (2 vols., Raleigh, NC: Edwards & Broughton, 1909), 1: 656.
Author (from)
Worth, Jonathan
Recipient (to)
Hale, Edward Jones
Type
Letter
Date Certainty
Exact
Transcriber
Transcription adapted from The Correspondence of Jonathan Worth (1909), edited by Joseph Grégorie de Roulhac Hamilton
Adapted by Zak Rosenberg, Dickinson College
Transcription date
The following transcript has been adapted from The Correspondence of Jonathan Worth (1909).

Asheboro, Nov. 5th, 1859.

In the course of a business correspondence with the Rev. J. Grier Ralston, the head and proprietor of Norris own Female Seminary, Pa., I recd. a day or two ago a letter in which he expresses fears that the excessive zeal of Wise and other impetuous Southerners may mar the harmony of feeling between North and South otherwise likely to grow out of the Harper's Ferry attempt at insurrection. He is a man alike respectable for his learning and good sense, and on reading your paper of this morning, Nov. 3d, I mean, I have been so much gratified with your editorials and selected articles on this matter and the slavery question, that I wish to send him the paper as indicating what I believe is the prevalent sentiment of our section; but I have but one No. of your paper and I wish to preserve it. Will you do me the favor to send him this No.? In answering his letter to-day I have said to him that I have made his request of you for the purpose indicated.

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