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Moody received Finley's letter in which he says that if the timber lot can be purchased at reasonable cost it will be done. If not, it must be settled in some other way. Moody hopes Finley will be able to put him in possession of the timber he bought from him because he went into debt to buy it and he intends to go to Indiana right after Conference. Abstract Number - 390
Finley Financial Affairs
Moody, Granville, "Letter from Granville Moody to James B. Finley" (1848). Finley Letters. 588.