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Blair continues to feel pain about being expelled from his Society (Union Circuit), but will continue in the Christian life. He repeats what he told Finley in a previous letter -- that he confessed his crime (being at a tavern and drinking too much) to the members of the Society and the members accepted his confession and true repentance, but he was called before a committee and expelled anyway. Abstract Number - 11
General Ministry; Church Court; Church Trial; Union Circut; Alcohol; Expulsion
Blair, William, "Letter from William Blair to James B. Finley" (1823). Finley Letters. 11.