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Wilson invites Finley to attend the Newark Quarterly Meeting on April 9-10, all expenses paid. Religion is at a "low ebb" in Newark. Wilson has read Finley's new book, Memorials of Prison Life. He considers the book to be one of the best of the day, rivaling Uncle Tom's Cabin. He reports being deeply involved in the temperance movement in Newark. Abstract Number - 1155
Newark; Quarterly Meeting; Finley Writings; Memorials of Prison Life; Temperance
Wilson, Henry, "Letter from Henry Wilson to James B. Finley" (1853). Finley Letters. 1139.