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Coon writes on behalf of the Alexandria Division (Licking County) of The Sons of Temperance. They desire to have Finley address a public celebration at a date and time of his choosing. "We have rather grown cold in the cause of late and are strong in the faith that you could do us much good in the way of a public address." Abstract Number - 1182
Coon, D., "Letter from D. Coon to James B. Finley" (1847). Finley Letters. 1163.