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Conditions of religion are not great ("moderate") in the Santee Circuit where Jacky now finds himself, due in part to the great emigration to the west. Eighteen new men have been taken into the South Carolina Conference as probationers. James C. Coggeshall is serving with Jacky on the Santee Circuit. He is a wealthy older man, an eminent statesman and lawyer, who has given up everything to spread the gospel. Political excitement has become a problem in the church, with folks fomenting trouble unnecessarily. Abstract Number - 150
Sumptor C.H., SC
Santee Circuit; South Carolina Conference; James C. Coggeshall; Western emigration; Politics
Bradley, Jacky M., "Letter from Jacky M. Bradley to James B. Finley" (1834). Finley Letters. 149.