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Finley's grandson thanks him for the fatherly advice and admonitions in his last letter. He reports that he and his wife have been in poor health due to fever. Other relatives are also suffering from fever and ague. He reports moving into his new house and plans to dig a well, build a smokehouse and springhouse, build a stable and buy Finley's old stove. He talks about the political situation and is quite certain of Ford's election [Seabury Ford, candidate for governor] Abstract Number - 395
General Ministry; Finley Family Letters -- Grandson; Ohio Elections
Brooke, C.F. and Brooke, Susan, "Letter from C.F. Brooke & Susan Brooke to James B. Finley" (1848). Finley Letters. 593.