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Glime remembers their meeting in Baltimore a few years ago and has just recently found Finley's address. He encloses a letter for J.S. Condon, a convict who was an acquaintance of his, and would like Finley to give the letter to Condon if it is possible. Glime does not believe Condon guilty and would like Finley to do everything he can to help get him out. If Condon is not allowed to have the letter Glime would like Finley to tell Condon he had written. He would like Finley to write and tell him about the prisoner. Abstract Number - 1090
State Prison Letters; Prisoner
Glime, John, "Letter from John Glime to James B. Finley" (1848). Finley Letters. 1074.