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The writer encloses two deeds belonging to Finley. He is pleased to hear of Finley's new position and knows he will do well in it. Conditions are not good in Zanesville, although the work of the new Preacher _______ Jameson, is pleasing. Abstract Number - 303
State Prison Letters; Finley Financial Affairs; Chaplaincy
Crume, George C., "Letter from George C. Crume to James B. Finley" (1846). Finley Letters. 301.