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This letter concerns the appointment of the writer to Troy. Conrey evidently did not receive the appointment he wanted, but is satisfied where he is and has great faith in the judgment of Finley, who has given him all but his first appointment. He finds conditions in Troy very bad, and expects to work very hard to try and better them. He invites Finley to attend his first Quarterly Meeting. Abstract Number - 198
General Ministry; Ohio Conference: Troy; Appointment dissatisfaction
Conrey, Stephen F., "Letter from Stephen F. Conrey to James B. Finley" (1840). Finley Letters. 197.