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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 25. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), chapter 1.44 (search)
is based upon the competent testimony of the venerable R. C. Belden, Esq., of this State (North Carolina), who was an intimoung Benjamin. We publish both Mr. Sprunt's letter, and Mr. Belden's statement to-day. In the absence of other testimonyle Academy for perhaps a year. Indeed, this is all that Mr. Belden claims. It is admitted generally, that the Benjamins cazekiel says that the time of their immigration was 1815. Mr. Belden says that Judah and his brother Solomon, and his sister te of mine during his stay in Fayetteville. Continuing, Mr. Belden says: Mr. Levy (Judah's uncle), desiring to enlarge his n in Fayetteville more than two years. It is admitted by Mr. Belden that the Benjamins came to Charleston from the West Indied in Charleston for at least ten years before he became Mr. Belden's classmate, unless it shall transpire that Mr. Belden rMr. Belden really attended school with Judah at the old brick school-house in St. Michael's alley, Charleston. There is no doubt that