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On behalf of the Pennsville Auxiliary Tract Association of Friends, Foulke is sending a donation of books for the prisoners with a view to their improvement in morality and religion. He asks Finley to write to their society and tell them whether the prisoners read the books. Abstract Number - 1112
State Prison Letters; State Prison -- Reading; Pennsville Auxiliary Tract Association of Friends
Foulke, William, "Letter from William Foulke to James B. Finley" (1848). Finley Letters. 1096.