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Young writes to invite Finley to stay at his home during his visit to Newark. He then tells of the young boy who came to him and who he tried to help. Young sent him to school but he ran away. He then tried to teach him a trade, but again the boy ran away. Young says he has not seen the boy since and does not care to as he is so ungrateful. Young asks for Finley's prayers. Abstract Number - 651
Jacob Young Letters; Wyandot Mission; Wyandot Mission -- Education
Young, Jacob, "Letter from Jacob Young to James B. Finley" (1826). Finley Letters. 746.