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The first part of this letter is a hope that the writer can see Finley soon. The second part is a complete statement of his account as near as he can remember it. Then he makes a request that his belongings (books, etc.) be kept for him and that his certificate and a note for his land be sent to him through John Johnston. Abstract Number - 29
Finley Financial Affairs; General Ministry
Johnston, John P. Jr., "Letter from John P. Johnston Jr. to James B. Finley" (1823). Finley Letters. 29.