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Inskip speaks first about an affair concerning Messrs. Davis and Morrow. He then writes of the excellent success he has had in his present location. Inskip tells Finley of plans for Inky's ?? visit there next spring and congratulates Finley on his book (Sketches on Western Methodism) and hopes it will be a good one. Inskip mentions the name "Moody" and calls it odious? Abstract Number - 486
General Ministry; Finley Question; Finley Writings
Inskip, John Swanel, "Letter from John Swanel Inskip to James B. Finley" (1853). Finley Letters. 684.