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Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)CMS/G/AC 14G
TitleHamburg
Extent5 items
Date1825-1836
Description/1 Paper comprising copies of correspondence from T. S. Williams to Rev Edward G. Marsh including an extract of a letter dated 12 September 1825 and a letter dated 11 September 1826: relating to Dr Birkenstock and to a Tract against Universalism and Mr Wulff (a Basel student) who supported 'this heresy' and alleged that all the Basel students concurred with him;
/2 Letter, dated 5 November 1826, from Dr Birkenstock to Rev Theophilus Blumhardt: defends Wulff and alleges Williams has confused Wulff's actions with Birkenstock's [in German with translation] (2 items);
/3 Letter, dated 12 December 1826, from Samuel Jackson, Dr Birkenstock and Philip Oakden to Blumhardt: testify that Williams had no authority to interfere by writing to London about Wulff's actions and opinions at the meeting of the Lower Saxony Tract Society; support Wulff and the Basel Missionary Society;
/4 Letter, dated 11 October 1836, from Rev Johann Hartwig Brauer: announces formation of Missionary Society for Northern Germany comprising societies at Bremen, Elmshorn, Hamburg, Louenburg, Lehe, Ritzebuttel and Stade; asks for CMS publications.
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