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A letter of Rev. Antonie Brummelkamp to his brother-in-law, Rev. Albertus C. Van Raalte, responding to Van Raalte's remark that he tightens up when he has to attend synod meetings. Brummelkamp expressed the opinion that he and Van Raalte should not be the examiners of Carel de Moen since he is a relative and a friend of both of them. Rev. Budding has again been thrown into prison because he owes large fines. Brummelkamp has written the king to be forgiven of his fines because he is not guilty as charged.
Schiedam, the Netherlands
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Brummelkamp, Antonie and Kennedy, Simone, "Letter from Rev. Antonie Brummelkamp to Rev. Albertus C. Van Raalte" (1842). Van Raalte Papers: 1840-1849. 30.