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Brooke writes that serious floods have again caused much damage. In spite of that, most of the work of harvesting and slaughtering has been done. A religious meeting held in town was not well attended due to the weather, but he was able to go and hear the preaching of Thomas Arnett, a Quaker. Abstract Number - 483
General Ministry; Finley Family Letters -- Son-in-law
Brooke, John C., "Letter from John C. Brooke to James B. Finley" (1853). Finley Letters. 681.