Letter from the Committee of Cincinnati [Socialists]

Scope and Content

This manuscript letter signed by the Committee, speaks effusively of the feelings its members possess towards Owen and his ideals. They write of Owen being " a man whom we owe so much" and that the knowledge they posses is due entirely to Owen's "divine teachings".

Owen is requested to return to Cincinnati and give a public address to the people of the city, not least because a "mighty change has come over the spirit of the the people" since Owen's visit some years previously [probably 1829].

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Stamped number: 1341