Letter from Titus Rabevelt to the Baptist Convention of the State of Michigan,
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Titus Rabevelt, the clerk of the Baptist Church of Christ in Monroe, MI, writes to the Michigan Baptist Convention about a recent meeting at the same church. The parish invited the current pastor, Rev. William R. Northrop, to continue in his duties for another year starting October of next year, and Rabevelt asks the Convention to keep supporting him on behalf of the Monroe church.
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