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Brunson tells first of his ill health and inability to attend camp meeting and travel the circuit. He writes concerning the case of Brother John P. Kent which will come up before Conference. He also writes about Brother Pattee?? who wishes to join the writer's circuit -- and plans to appeal to the next Conference. He then writes in detail about conditions in his section of the country, and about his own personal activities. He makes a suggestion concerning the better establishment of Methodism in his section. Abstract Number - 620
Alfred Brunson Letters; Detroit Mission
Brunson, Alfred, "Letter from Alfred Brunson to James B. Finley" (1823). Finley Letters. 716.