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A business letter asking Finley for information regarding certain money by the writer from Vermont, and to have been paid to S. and O. Langdon. The Langdons acknowledge receipt of only a part of the sum, and Mr. Hitt has not all the receipts in his possession. They are prospering as usual in the college, and doing tolerably in the church. A local preacher, Woodward, living in Washington, recently withdrew from the circuit and joined with Sanford who is trying to convert souls to radicalism. Abstract Number - 6
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Hitt, Daniel, "Letter from Daniel Hitt to James B. Finley" (1819). Finley Letters. 6.