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Miller is busy day and night preaching to the Germans. When he is not preaching to the Germans he is preaching in English at other churches in the city. Miller discusses the tracts on temperance that he published in Baltimore last year (written by Finley as an article for the Christian Apologist). The tracts have been extensively circulated in New York. He would like to see them circulated among the distilleries of "the western country." He offers to sell the printing plates to Finley for $2.00 in order to get this accomplished. Miller is searching for J. McDowell and wonders if Finley knows of his whereabouts. Abstract Number - 1166
Temperance Letters; German Methodist Episcopal Church; Tracts; Christian Apologist; J. McDowell
Miller, Adam, "Letter from Adam Miller to James B. Finley" (1847). Finley Letters. 1149.