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Local Preacher Tawler (Towler) is feeling anxious with respect to the mission family school and is still trying to do something towards its support. He wishes some qualified person could spend all of their time traveling through the western part of the Ohio Annual Conference collecting donations for the mission. The Female Missionary Societies of Xenia and Union have collected some items and Towler will try to send the material to Upper Sandusky by the next possible conveyance. He is personally unable to come without financial help. If he could do so for free he would, because he "lives for the missionary cause." Abstract Number - 675
Wyandot Mission Letters; Mission Donations; Mission School; Xenia; Female Missionary Society
Tawler, James, "Letter from James Tawler to James B. Finley" (1823). Finley Letters. 770.