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Inskip does not understand why a letter from Finley supporting promiscuous seating (men and women sitting together during worship) has not appeared in the Zion's Herald newspaper. Inskip is worried that Finley may have changed his mind about supporting family seating. He is most anxious that Finley attend General Conference in May -- "I hope you still intend to go to Boston. You must not on any account give up this idea. You can do more for the cause of "toleration" than all the rest of us put together." Abstract Number - 473
Troy, Miami County
Ohio Conference Letters; Church Trial; Promiscuous Seating; 1852 General Conference
Inskip, John S. (J.S.), "Letter from John S. (J.S.) Inskip to James B. Finley" (1852). Finley Letters. 671.