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Young reports that a "spirited and glorious time" was had by attendees at last night's session of the Grand Division. His only regret is that some of the divisions were not represented and attendance was poor. Young tells Finley -- "We have reason to be encouraged in our labor. A new spirit is apparent." He is sorry he did not get to see Finley. Abstract Number - 455
Temperance Letters; Sons of Temperance; Grand Division; Governance
Young, George M., "Letter from George M. Young to James B. Finley" (1849). Finley Letters. 653.