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Gilruth is sorry to hear of Finley's poor health. The work on the Indian land is still going on. Gilruth mentions that he has dug a good well and will need a good deal of seed for the gardens. If Finley comes out in time, he can bring the seed. If not, Gilruth will have to leave the Mission in search for them. Gilruth also wishes to know about the prospects of getting some sheep. Abstract Number - 761
Wyandot Mission Letters
Gilruth, James, "Letter from James Gilruth to James B. Finley" (1827). Finley Letters. 1267.