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Collins writes that Finley's letter was delayed in reaching him, so he was not able to procure requested places for the Indian boys. He reports that there are seven Indian boys in his district. Brother Waddle has requested that the district supply clothing and other needed items to the boys. Collins has recently seen Finley's father, who appears to be in good health. The latter preached one of his best sermons at a quarterly meeting two weeks ago. Abstract Number - 741
Wyandot Mission Letters; Indian Pupils to Methodist homes; Education; Finley Family
Collins, John and Reeves, John, "Letter from John Collins & John Reeves to James B. Finley" (1825). Finley Letters. 1249.