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1863: “Learn To Know The Hearts Of My Abused And Suffering People!”

Alexandria, March 18. Since I last wrote to you, the condition of the poor refugees has improved. During the winter months, the small pox carried them off by hundreds; but now it has somewhat abated. At present, we have one … Continue reading

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