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Browning has just returned from the Pittsburgh Annual Conference which was very successful. Brother Emory presided most satisfactorily. Browning has been appointed Presiding Elder of the Steubenville District. At present, operations at Uniontown College have ceased, but the conference "has had a very warm invitation to patronize the Allegheney Colledge at Meadville, Pa." A decision about the latter has been tabled for the year. The property case in Pittsburgh (ownership of church building -- MP or MEC) will be decided when the Pennsylvania Supreme Court sits again. He discusses the Radicals, who are divided amongst themselves and in a "peck of trouble." Abstract Number - 128
General Ministry; Pittsburgh Conference; Allegheny College; Radicals; Methodist Protestant Church; Pittsburgh Property Case (1832)
Browning, Wesley, "Letter from Wesley Browning to James B. Finley" (1832). Finley Letters. 127.