Manuscript/Mixed Material Isaac Bird letter, Hartford, Connecticut, to Theodore Dwight, Brooklyn, New York. It was with much pleasure that I received, this morning, yours of the 6th inst.

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Title
Isaac Bird letter, Hartford, Connecticut, to Theodore Dwight, Brooklyn, New York.
Other Title
It was with much pleasure that I received, this morning, yours of the 6th inst.
Summary
Autograph letter, signed, from Reverend Isaac Bird to Theodore Dwight includes a translation by Reverend Bird of a second Arabic manuscript from Panama Sheikh [Shaykh Sana See] in April, 1863. In the letter, Rev. Bird refers to contacting Mr. E.D.G. Prime who reported that the manuscript written by Moro was described by Reverend Plumer in the Observer. Reverend Bird identifies Moro as being the equivalent of Amrou or Omar if written in Arabic.
Contributor Names
Bird, Isaac, 1793-1876, correspondent.
Dwight, Theodore, 1796-1866, recipient.
Plumer, William S. (William Swan), 1802-1880, associated name.
Prime, E. D. G. (Edward Dorr Griffin), 1814-1891, associated name.
Rothman, Adam, 1971- transcriber.
Omar ibn Said Collection (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
Hartford, Connecticut : 1863 April 8.
Subject Headings
-  Dwight, Theodore,--1796-1866--Correspondence
-  Bird, Isaac,--1793-1876--Correspondence
-  Said, Omar ibn,--1770?-1863
-  Manuscripts--Washington (D.C.)
-  Connecticut--Hartford
Notes
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
-  Title devised by Library staff.
-  Transcription provided by Dr. Adam Rothman available online.
Medium
2 sheets (4 pages) ; 21 x 13 cm
Call Number/Physical Location
E445.N8 O43, no. 6
Library of Congress Control Number
2018662605
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Description
Autograph letter, signed, from Reverend Isaac Bird to Theodore Dwight includes a translation by Reverend Bird of a second Arabic manuscript from Panama Sheikh [Shaykh Sana See] in April, 1863. In the letter, Rev. Bird refers to contacting Mr. E.D.G. Prime who reported that the manuscript written by Moro was described by Reverend Plumer in the Observer. Reverend Bird identifies Moro as being the equivalent of Amrou or Omar if written in Arabic.
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Chicago citation style:

Bird, Isaac, Correspondent, Theodore Dwight, William S Plumer, E. D. G Prime, Adam Rothman, and Omar Ibn Said Collection. Isaac Bird letter, Hartford, Connecticut, to Theodore Dwight, Brooklyn, New York. Hartford, Connecticut: April 8, 1863. Manuscript/Mixed Material. https://0-www.loc.gov.oasys.lib.oxy.edu/item/2018662605/.

APA citation style:

Bird, I., Dwight, T., Plumer, W. S., Prime, E. D. G., Rothman, A. & Omar Ibn Said Collection. (1863) Isaac Bird letter, Hartford, Connecticut, to Theodore Dwight, Brooklyn, New York. Hartford, Connecticut: April 8. [Manuscript/Mixed Material] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://0-www.loc.gov.oasys.lib.oxy.edu/item/2018662605/.

MLA citation style:

Bird, Isaac, Correspondent, et al. Isaac Bird letter, Hartford, Connecticut, to Theodore Dwight, Brooklyn, New York. Hartford, Connecticut: April 8, 1863. Manuscript/Mixed Material. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2018662605/>.