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Bruton is quite upset because of an injustice done to him. Upon his arrival home, he was greeted kindly and treated well by his friends. However, he has just learned that a fake letter was sent to Finley, purportedly from Bruton, asking for payment for services rendered in Columbus. Bruton is mortified that Finley received this letter, written by a "cowardly villain." Bruton wants Finley to know in no uncertain terms that he was not the author of the letter. Abstract Number - 420
General Ministry; State Prison; Prisoner
Bruton, Thomas and Fisher, N., "Letter from Thomas Bruton & N. Fisher to James B. Finley" (1849). Finley Letters. 618.