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Inskip opines about his Ohio Conference colleagues, Werter R. Davis & William S. Morrow, Their behavior [presumably instrumental in Ohio Conference censure resolution of Inskip for allowing "promiscuous seating"] was "radically wrong," but they have actually done him a big favor. Following the reversal of the Ohio Conference censure resolution at the 1852 General Conference, Inskip transferred to the New York Conference. His appointment in New York is wonderful. Inskip hopes that Finley and Strickland will produce a good book together, advising the use of the following words -- Indians, coons, possums, cabins, camp meetings, and revivals. Finally, Inskip speaks ill of his colleague Granville Moody. Abstract Number - 486
Ohio Conference Letters; Promiscuous Seating; Church Trial; General Conference of 1852; Werter S. Davis; William S. Morrow; Granville Moody; New York Conference
Inskip, John S. (J.S.), "Letter from John S. (J.S.) Inskip to James B. Finley" (1853). Finley Letters. 684.