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Davenport states that he has brought Finley's medicine this far and has directed Rev. Young to send it on as soon as possible. He asks Finley to send a memorandum, and he will get what articles Finley wants as low as they can be purchased. Davenport will leave home for Baltimore the 22nd and will be there till the 28th of October. He asks Finley to address his letters to Baltimore in care of Elder and Taylor Merchants. Davenport ends his letter with the following -- "I am sorry to hear that you elected any revolutionists as delegates. Although I hope many of them will take the back track before they will let a few influential local men dictate to and destroy the itinerancy to set themselves at the head." Abstract Number - 641
John Davenport Letters; Wyandot Mission Letters
Davenport, John, "Letter from John Davenport to James B. Finley" (1823). Finley Letters. 737.