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Young writes regarding the plan and division of the Church and the funds. Last General Conference did nothing about it but what was wrong. Young says Finley should recommend a fair division of funds to General Conference. He says the General Conference made the South the judges of the necessity on which and for which to divide the Church. Young believes this unconstitutional. Young says to remove the mathematical lines, take off the restrictions laid on the Bishops, and have it like it used to be. Young does not think slavery can last forever. Abstract Number - 905
David Young Letters; Church Division; General Conference; Slavery
Young, David, "Letter from David Young to James B. Finley" (1848). Finley Letters. 391.