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Sabin writes concerning a laboring man of industrious habits and honest dealings who lives in his town. The man is poor and unfortunately crippled in one hand. Sabin asks about an opening in a guard position. This man has two sons, one 19 and the other 17, who are trustworthy and upright. If there is an opening, Sabin wishes Finley to write at once. He inquires about Finley's health and his work among the convicts. He hopes he can come to see him soon. Abstract Number - 1108
State Prison Letters
Sabin, J., "Letter from J. Sabin to James B. Finley" (1848). Finley Letters. 1092.