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The writer is quite upset because of an injustice done him. Rev. Finley had done him a great service. Upon his arrival home, he was greeted kindly and treated well by his friends. But a Mr. Robinson received a letter from the writer (Thomas Bruton) asking for payment for services rendered in Columbus. The writer knows nothing of such a letter and hastens to explain the matter to Finley, from whom he hopes to hear soon regarding it. 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.