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This letter is written in defense of the writer's decision to remain at his position in Dayton and his staunch loyalty to the Methodist Church, in spite of offers from other denominations. The second writer expresses his approval of certain appointments made in the Church. He mentions some trouble with 'true Wesleyanism' in connection with slavery. Abstract Number - 798
Slavery Letters; General Ministry; Ohio Conference
Musgrove, A.W. and Peat, W.B., "Letter from A.W. Musgrove & W.B. Peat to James B. Finley" (1843). Finley Letters. 1302.