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Brunson has not heard from Finley in response to his last two letters, so he summarizes the content of those letters for Finley. The situation with his colleague, Brother Baker, is improving. Brunson was unable to attend the camp meeting in May due to ill health -- inflammation of the liver and lungs. Evidently, John P. Kent behaved queerly at the meeting for an "innocent man." Brunson tells Finley about Local Elder Elias Pattee from Canada, who wishes to travel a circuit in America. Brunson feels that the Methodist Episcopal Church needs to be proactive in establishing churches in his area because many folks are migrating there. Abstract Number - 620
Alfred Brunson Letters; Detroit Mission; Indians; Elias Pattee
Brunson, Alfred, "Letter from Alfred Brunson to James B. Finley" (1823). Finley Letters. 716.