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Morris has recently been appointed to a church in Columbus and writes of conditions he finds there. He is quite satisfied with his new surroundings and finds conditions better than he had expected. He intends to do the very best he can. Morris writes of a church being built by the Presbyterians at a cost of $7,000, having a basement story, a cupola, and steeple! Morris plans to be engaged with the "inner work of the temple." Abstract Number - 1020
Thomas A. Morris Letters; Columbus; Ohio Conference
Morris, Thomas A., "Letter from Thomas A. Morris to James B. Finley" (1830). Finley Letters. 1004.