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C. G. de Moen, president and D. J. van der Werp, secretary, of the Board of Curators at the Theological School of the Christian Seceded Church at Kampen send a letter to the Classis of Holland because the board has received a letter from the Rev. Albertus C. Van Raalte, secretary of the Classis. They declare that a close relationship exists between the Classis and the theological school. The school was organized in 1854 and now had four instructors and 46 students. The school would welcome young men from the Colony for theological study although they recognize that distance is a problem. "And since we notice how generously God is dealing with you, we make free to commend our school to your liberal charity..."
Kampen, the Netherlands
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de Moen, C. G.; van der Werp, D. J.; and ten Hoor, Henry, ""C. G. de Moen, President and D. J. Van Der Werp, Secretary, of the Board of Curators at the Theological School of the Christian Seceded Church at Kampen Send a Letter to the Classis of Holland"" (1856). Van Raalte Papers: 1850-1859. 328.