The Report of the Strangers Friend Society for the Purpose of Visiting and Relieving Sick and Distressed Strangers for the Year Ending June 24th 1835 With a List of Subscriptions and Donations

sources and discriminating judgment of the Visiters , as well as their unabated zeal in this work of mercy , sacrificing their own personal ease and comfort , and not unfrequently hazarding their lives , by visiting the abodes of ...

The Report of the Strangers  Friend Society     for the Purpose of Visiting and Relieving Sick and Distressed Strangers     for the Year Ending June 24th  1835  With a List of Subscriptions and Donations


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