Authors

Cyrus Brooks

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This is a letter of reassurance to Finley that his absence (due to ill health) from the prison where a terrible epidemic seems to be raging is understood and desired, at least by his friends and well-wishers. A Brother Donahoo has been temporarily appointed in his place. The letter describes conditions in the prison and the eagerness with which the dying men receive the preaching of the Gospel. The writer mentions several men who have died. Abstract Number - 1144

Abstract Number

1144

Publication Date

7-18-1849

City

Columbus

Keywords

State Prison Letters; State Prison -- Health

Letter from Cyrus Brooks to James B. Finley

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