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Sellers is astonished by what Davis has said to Finley. He feels that perhaps God is testing him or that Providence is developing Davis' character. His case is falling apart. The printer (Mr. Denny?) denies printing the tickets and Denny is "not sure" of his testimony. Sellers has obtained some of the tickets used at the Conference and means to display them as evidence. He feels that Davis twists the truth and gives incorrect information. (ed. note: see Werter letter to Finley, May 18, 1852 from Lebanon). Abstract Number - 1227
Ohio Conference Letters; Conference Delegates; General Conference
Sellers, Adam, "Letter from Adam Sellers to James B. Finley" (1852). Finley Letters. 1207.