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Sellers is astonished by what Davis has said to Finley in a recent letter. He feels that God is testing him or using him to develop Davis' character. He tells Finley that Davis is capable of doing or saying anything, frequently twisting the truth. Unfortunately, the editor of the Lebanon Star can't remember whether Davis' name was on the ticket he printed. Sellers feels that his case is "falling apart." (Note: see Davis' letter to Finley, May 18, 1852 from Lebanon). Abstract Number - 1227
General Ministry; Werter R. Davis; General Conference of 1852; General Conference Delegates; Ticket Fiasco (1851)
Sellers, Adam, "Letter from Adam Sellers to James B. Finley" (1852). Finley Letters. 1207.