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Dean tells Finley of the religious conditions in Detroit. According to Dean, religion is very low at this time. It seems that the congregation does not like the preacher. The people would all like to have Finley preach to them. Dean invites Finley to come up and stay and preach for a month. Abstract Number - 41
General Ministry; Michigan Conference
Dean, Jerry, "Letter from Jerry Dean to James B. Finley" (1825). Finley Letters. 41.