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Thomas Mason tells of a box of clothing sent to Finley, which he fears has not yet been delivered due to an epidemic of fever. He then requests Finley to report the selection of the two Indian children and their progress regularly to the Juvenile Finleyan Society. Also the missionaries should write frequently of conditions in the various missions; in connection with these communications a Quarterly Missionary Notice may be published. Charles Elliott, missionary at Upper Sandusky, writes about conditions there -- 1st about the enclosure of some property, and plans to cultivate it; 2nd about some building that is being built; 3rd about the necessity of more money to buy supplies for the winter. Abstract Number - 610
Thomas Mason Letters; Wyandot Mission
Mason, Thomas and Elliott, Charles, "Letter from Thomas Mason & Charles Elliott to James B. Finley" (1822). Finley Letters. 706.