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Beale reports that his health is greatly improved. He offers to throw himself into Finley's hands "to be used by the Church (if needed) in promoting the salvation of souls." He asks Finley to recommend him to the Conference. Also enclosed is a letter from Rev. John W. White, dated September 22, 1842. [White is appointed to Xenia Station, under the Dayton District presiding elder, James B. Finley]. White believes that the particulars of Mr. Alexander's expulsion have been misrepresented to Finley. He declares that the expulsion was done in strict conformity with the Discipline. White's health is poor but he has no intention of leaving the itinerancy. Abstract Number - 211
General Ministry; Itinerancy Candidate; Expulsion: Church Trial; Itinerancy; Xenia Station
Beale, Eli R. and White, J.W., "Letter from Eli R. Beale & J.W. White to James B. Finley" (1842). Finley Letters. 210.