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Young is sorry to hear about Finley's illness and hopes he is better by now. He regrets that Finley cannot be there a few days before the session of the Grand Division (Sons of Temperance), because he wanted them to work together on a report. As an alternative, he will try to get material to Finley so that he can write his own report. Young asks Finley to resurrect the Camden Division by putting up a new division "on the ruins of the old ones." Abstract Number - 450
Temperance Letters; Finley Health; Sons of Temperance; Camden Division; Grand Division
Young, George M., "Letter from George M. Young to James B. Finley" (1849). Finley Letters. 648.