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This is a friendly letter from Taylor reminiscing about earlier days. Taylor tells of the effects of age and itinerant life and wonders whether Finley will have him as a preacher. He speaks of a possible division in Finley's territory, and a division in the Methodist Church due to slavery. He expresses his hatred of Masonry and disapproval of the Sons of Temperance. Abstract Number - 631
Letters on Masonry; Church South (MECS); Freemasonry; Ohio Conference
Taylor, E.H., "Letter from E.H. Taylor to James B. Finley" (1847). Finley Letters. 727.