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A Mr. McMudy is trying to get the superintendency of the Blind Asylum, and Trimble wants Finley to oppose it because McMudy is not fit. A man by the name of Parsons is in town and drawing quite a crowd after him, but Trimble thinks they can overcome his influence. Abstract Number - 339
Blind Asylum; Blind Asylum, State; General Ministry
Trimble, Joseph M., "Letter from Joseph M. Trimble to James B. Finley" (1847). Finley Letters. 539.