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Bradford, after stating the fact that he is in poor health, tells of a recent visit to the penitentiary in Columbus, where he spoke up for Finley against those who were finding fault with his sudden departure as chaplain from the prison. Bradford had previously asked Finley to deliver a payment to the Christian Advocate & Journal on his behalf. He has learned that the payment was not delivered. He supposes that it has slipped Finley's memory. Abstract Number - 1150
State Prison Letters
Bradford, Samuel, "Letter from Samuel Bradford to James B. Finley" (1849). Finley Letters. 1134.