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Jacky reports that progress in the circuit is slow but good. The Camp Meeting was nice but not as successful as he had hoped. He is considering a transfer to the Ohio Conference in order to accompany Rev. Finley on a tour of the Indian nations. Two obstacles stand in his way -- his being troubled by dyspepsia which would make horseback travel impossible, and the possibility of his "changing his condition in life" -- namely marriage. He requests Rev. Finley to write soon so he can make up his mind. Abstract Number - 844
Bladen circuit, NC
Camp Meeting; Finley Family Letters -- Nephew; Indians
Bradley, Jacky M., "Letter from Jacky M. Bradley to James B. Finley" (1832). Finley Letters. 331.