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Christie has just moved to Mansfield with his family and expects to "set up shop" there. People have been very kind to them. He dwells at length on the peculiarities of the "Yankees." He has just finished riding his first two week circuit on a new saddle and is "not displeased" with his new appointment. There is also a note from his wife about the loneliness she feels when her husband is off riding the circuit. Abstract Number - 123
General Ministry; Circuit Riding; Preacher's Wife; Yankees
Christie, William B., "Letter from William B. Christie to James B. Finley" (1832). Finley Letters. 122.