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Ferriss, Sally. A letter, written by Mrs. Sally Ferriss, after the death of her husband, the Rev. Walter Ferriss, of Charlotte, Vt. to the Rev. Isaac Sawyer, of Monkton, occasioned by some uncharitable expressions, made use of by Mr. Sawyer, against Mr. Ferriss in particular, and the Universalists at large.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 17462, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/17462. Accessed 2023-02-07.

@book{ wphp_17462
  author={Ferriss,Sally},
  year={1806},
  title={A letter, written by Mrs. Sally Ferriss, after the death of her husband, the Rev. Walter Ferriss, of Charlotte, Vt. to the Rev. Isaac Sawyer, of Monkton, occasioned by some uncharitable expressions, made use of by Mr. Sawyer, against Mr. Ferriss in particular, and the Universalists at large.},
  publisher={},
  address={Randolph},    }

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