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Reed is concerned with the division of the Conference. He gives the explanation of its being done because of the weak leader appointed to the head. He mentions the strength and importance of the Ohio Conference in the nation. He mentions a letter written by Brother Raper, which was evidently one of extreme anger toward the District division (ill feeling caused by the division). Abstract Number - 662
David Reed Letters; Finley Family Letters -- Nephew; General Ministry; Ohio Conference -- Division
Reed, David, "Letter from David Reed to James B. Finley" (1847). Finley Letters. 757.