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Jacky expresses the importance of his correspondence with Finley. He would rather write to Finley than any other minister because they share both "blood and gospel." Jacky appreciates the advice he gets from Finley because of his years of experience in the itinerancy. Jacky reports that he visited his Uncle James Bradley in Macklinburg and found him in fairly good health, though palsied. Jacky has been transferred to the South Carolina Conference. Abstract Number - 112
Peder circuit, SC
General Ministry; Church Doctrine; Finley Family Letters -- Nephew
Bradley, Jacky M., "Letter from Jacky M. Bradley to James B. Finley" (1831). Finley Letters. 111.