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In an attempt to re-establish correspondence, Christie writes of his gratitude to Finley for his help in the past. He is concerned about the possible estrangement between them and wants to make it clear that he has always had great affection for Finley. Christie is in feeble health, and reports that the state of religious feeling is low in Urbana "and in some respects the state of things unpleasant. My labours here seem to make very little impression." Abstract Number - 199
Urbana, OH; Mentoring; Finley Friend
Christie, William B., "Letter from William B. Christie to James B. Finley" (1841). Finley Letters. 198.