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Memorandum of goods (camp meeting songbooks, combs, velvet, pins, thimbles, leather) sent from Barnesville to the Wyandot Mission at the beginning of the letter. Davenport is sending these articles which were bought by subscription. There is enough velvet to be taken off the piece for Brother Gibson's adopted son [for a] a suit. If Davenport's adopted son were there, the same thing might be done for him, but he is gone. Davenport offers to purchase items for the mission in the future without charging a commission. The Radical Party in Baltimore sent Davenport a circular which contains strange contradictions. Abstract Number - 647
John Davenport Letters; Wyandot Mission; Radicals
Davenport, John, "Letter from John Davenport to James B. Finley" (1822). Finley Letters. 742.