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Brunson feels that Rev. Finley is much needed in his part of the country. He tells of many places where preachers are badly needed. He then attempts to clear up a misunderstanding in Finley's mind concerning his relationship to Brother Baker. He speaks of the case of Brother John P. Kent, which he has dropped merely because he promised to Finley to handle it as he wishes. He requests that Finley either come soon or write immediately. ??? Abstract Number - 621
Alfred Brunson Letters; Detroit Mission
Brunson, Alfred, "Letter from Alfred Brunson to James B. Finley" (1823). Finley Letters. 717.