Letter from F. Wurdemann, Limonar, Cuba, to William H. W. Barnwell describing his harrowing experience with customs as he smuggled religious material into Cuba, how he distributed the materials and the people he met, including a "married" priest. January 7, 1846.
Partial letter from Rev. W.W. Spear to William H. W. Barnwell expressing a desire to return to Charleston to preach and perhaps start an "independent press" directed at the "moderate & Calvinistic of our brethren." September 18, 1846.
Letter from William H. W. Barnwell, Greenville, SC, to Catherine Barnwell in Charleston. Barnwell writes to his wife about his travels to upstate South Carolina, including Caesar's Head, and Flat Rock, NC. October 12, 1846.