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Young's letter contains words of comfort for Finley who seems to be discouraged and quite upset about something that is not definitely mentioned. Young hopes to see his friend in Steubenville after General Conference. Young tells of general religious conditions in the very large circuit, of plans to build a new Meeting House, and of his own poor health. He then writes about his dissatisfaction with Brother ______ Baker, his colleague on the circuit, who he respects highly. However, he recommends an exchange. Young mentions the qualifications for the new preacher. He also sends a request for more hymn books. Abstract Number - 870
David Young Letters; Finley Friend
Young, David, "Letter from David Young to James B. Finley" (1816). Finley Letters. 356.