|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 8487.|
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To the members of the three monthly meetings in the city of Philadelphia: dear Friends, our minds have been sorrowfully affected of the many failures and bankruptcies. Author: David Bacon ; Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends. Get this from a library! To the members of the three monthly meetings in the city of Philadelphia.: Dear Friends, Our minds have been sorrowfully affected under the consideration of the many failures and bankruptcies which of latter times have taken place among us . [David Bacon; Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia.; Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia for the Southern District.;. To the members of the three monthly meetings in the city of Philadelphia. Other Authors. Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia Published [Philadelphia: s.n., ] Physical Description. 4 p. ; 22 cm. Subjects. Spiritual life -- Society of Friends. Business. Finance, Personal -- Religious aspects -- Christianity. Notes. Caption title. United States Pennsylvania Philadelphia; Notes. Title from caption and opening lines of text. "Signed, by appointment, on behalf of the said meetings, respectively held the 26th, 27th, and 29th of the third month, David Bacon [and five others]."--p. 4. Imprint from colophon, p. 4.
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