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Reporting on the recent South Carolina Conference, Jacky expresses complete satisfaction with the presiding skill of Bishop Elijah Hedding. Jacky reports on the business of the Conference and lists the delegates elected to General Conference. There is great hope in his region that James O. Andrew will become a bishop, for no other man will be able to serve the southern folks so well. Andrew has "no encumbrances from the evil of the south viz. slaves." Jacky is glad to hear that Radicalism is "sinking in the west." He reports that there are only one or two advocates of Radicalism in the South Carolina Conference. He is beginning his seventh year as an itinerant preacher and expresses his love for the itinerancy plan. Abstract Number - 125
Bladen circuit, NC
General Ministry; Finley Family Letters; Slavery Letters; South Carolina Conference; General Conference of 1832; Elijah Hedding; James O. Andrew; Radicalism; Itinerancy
Bradley, Jacky M., "Letter from Jacky M. Bradley to James B. Finley" (1832). Finley Letters. 124.