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Regarding the possibility of Finley's devoting himself to Finley Chapel, the writer is considering selling him property; his homestead and the adjoining house. There seems to be some complications -- a former owner who went bankrupt and thus automatically returned the property to Brown -- who is willing to sell for notes endorsed by Finley. He feels that the conditions for Finley's establishing himself at Finley Chapel are very good. Abstract Number - 225
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Brown, Thomas, "Letter from Thomas Brown to James B. Finley" (1844). Finley Letters. 224.