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McLean received Finley's letter and sent the message immediately to Judge Collett with the papers. McLean used his best exertion to prevent the allowance of the injunction, but the Judge in his wisdom has allowed the writ, and the consequence is that Finley's proceedings must be suspended, until the Supreme Court meets in his city next June. McLean thinks the Court will give a decision in Finley's favor. Abstract Number - 79
General Ministry; Finley Financial Affairs
McLean, William, "Letter from William McLean to James B. Finley" (1830). Finley Letters. 78.