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Jameson's letter concerns the division of the Ohio Conference. He feels that the division would cause ill-feeling and that the men concerned with the proposal are biased and unreasonable -- thinking of their own personal gain. He points out the fallacies and asks Finley to come visit. Abstract Number - 1219
Ohio Conference Letters; Ohio Conference -- Division
Jameson, J.M., "Letter from J.M. Jameson to James B. Finley" (1848). Finley Letters. 1199.