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Marley (Marlay) has heard that Finley is coming to Urbana sometime this year and he would like Finley to write and let him know when, so they can make arrangements. He is pleased with the action of the 1848 General Conference. The Nullification Act (repudiation of 1844 plan of separation) passed with more unanimity than he expected, and the course proposed regarding the property question -- arbitration -- is a good one. He praises Finley for his speech on the Nullification Act during the General Conference. Abstract Number - 383
General Conference of 1848; Church South (MECS); Nullification Act; Property Question; Schism; Plan of Separation
Marley, Michael, "Letter from Michael Marley to James B. Finley" (1848). Finley Letters. 581.