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Houston speaks about the problem of reform in the Church. He goes on to bemoan the lack of good preachers. He speaks about the4 injuries and betrayals he has received at the hands of Brothers, and relates his own very poor circumstances (very close to ruin). Houston has deep sympathy for the Indians and the poor treatment they are receiving. Houston is continually searching for a reformation, and hopes for better days before he dies. Abstract Number - 516
Church Reform; General Ministry; Ohio Conference; Wyandot Mission
Houston, George S., "Letter from George S. Houston to James B. Finley" (1826). Finley Letters. 813.