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Burke writes concerning the case against him, which was pending before the Ohio Annual Conference, and on which Finley had been appointed to report. Finley evidently shared the report with Burke for his inspection. Burke approved the report and waited to learn the final action of the fall 1835 Annual Conference. Since he has heard nothing, he now writes Finley to learn the final disposition of the case. He is an old man, and wants to depart "at peace with all men." Abstract Number - 165
General Ministry; Church Court; Ohio Conference
Burke, William, "Letter from William Burke to James B. Finley" (1836). Finley Letters. 164.