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Eddy (currently serving as Presiding Elder of the Scioto District) apologizes for not writing sooner and offers sympathy regarding the illness of Finley's wife and father. Eddy says that his health has not been good since he was at Conference. His neighborhood is suffering an epidemic of influenza. The preachers of the Scioto District have all been well received and much progress is being made among the circuits and stations. He describes a Watch Night service and revival that resulted in many conversions. Eddy asks for clarification of certain sections of the Discipline pertaining to Local Preachers and church members. Abstract Number - 124
General Ministry; Scioto District; Presiding Elder; Watch Night; Conversion; Doctrines and Discipline of the MEC
Eddy, Augustus, "Letter from Augustus Eddy to James B. Finley" (1832). Finley Letters. 123.