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Soule and Mason, book dealers for the Methodist Book Concern in New York, have learned from the Ohio Conference that Presiding Elder Finley has collected $1,777.72 in book sales from his district. They ask that Finley forward the money by post to them as soon as possible. They ask him not to use unincorporated banks or those having no legal charter, and to procure notes of the largest denomination possible. Bills on the following banks will be best -- Pittsburg, Steubenville, Marietta, Zanesville, Chillicothe, and Cincinnati Exporting Co. Abstract Number - 5
Book Agent Letters; Book Concern; Book Selling (Circuit Riders); Banking
Soule, Joshua F. and Mason, T., "Letter from Joshua F. Soule & T. Mason to James B. Finley" (1816). Finley Letters. 5.