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Miller is busy day and night preaching to the Germans and when he is not preaching to them he is preaching in English throughout the other churches of the city. Miller is having some papers printed on the temperance paper that Finley wrote. It has cost him much and he can sell the plates for $2.00. He thought it would be hard to send the plates to Finley but might try. Miller is very interested in getting in touch with J. McDowell. Abstract Number - 1166
Temperance Letters; General Ministry; German M.E.
Miller, Adam, "Letter from Adam Miller to James B. Finley" (1847). Finley Letters. 1149.