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Bayard tells of the break between the 'Radicals' and those of the 'old faith.' It seems that since Brothers Coston and Clarke have arrived at Pittsburgh, the people ''have taken fresh courage…and the Lord began to receive His works." George Brown is the leading Radical. Bayard has no doubt that Radicalism is "on the wain." Abstract Number - 75
Bayard's Town (Pittsburgh)
General Ministry; Radicals; Methodist Protestant Church; Church Reform
Bayard, John B., "Letter from John B. Bayard to James B. Finley" (1829). Finley Letters. 74.