Excerpt from The Primitive Baptist, Vol. 25: June 15, 1861 I, for the first time in life, have attempted to write you a few lines. I know not what I may write. I sub scribed for your little Primitive near ly a year ago, and I have been glad that I did so, for in them are many things thati am glad to see; for in them I can hear you old Primitives tell ofyour trials and tribulations, which I'am glad to know you have, for if you did not have trials and tribulations, I could not think as much ofyou as I do.
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