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Memorandum of goods sent from Barnesville to Wyandot Mission, given at beginning of letter. We send the above articles which ?? brought by subscription. There is enough velvet to be taken off the piece for Brother Gibson's adopted son, a suit. If my son was here, the same thing might be taken for him, but as he is gone, I must let mine for the benefit of the whole (Mission) school. We have sent such articles as we supposed would be really necessary. Should you at any time want any article for the use of the Mission, it will give me pleasure to purchase them for you without charging a commission for so doing. The Radical Party in Baltimore sent me a circular which contains strange contradictions. Abstract Number - 647
John Davenport Letters; Wyandot Mission
Davenport, John, "Letter from John Davenport to James B. Finley" (1822). Finley Letters. 742.