Authors

Samuel Bradford

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Bradford writes that he is sorry to hear about Finley's treatment (at the State Prison). He tells Finley "I am not sorry that I left the institution for I have such a contemptable opinion of that man Mc's principels. You do not know 1/2 what I do of him and Dewey seems to think him all perfection." There appears to be have been a disagreement about payment of Finley's room and board. Abstract Number - 414

Abstract Number

414

Publication Date

1-10-1849

City

Celina

Keywords

Finley Financial Affairs; State Prison Letters

Letter from Samuel Bradford to James B. Finley


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