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Francis Hall (clerk and founding member of the Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal Church) writes to let Finley know that the recent visit of Wyandot Indians to New York City will not be in vain. Hall has received a letter from William Reece of the British Conference, wishing to be remembered to the ministers he met while in America, and exulting in the prosperity of the Wyandot Indian Mission. At the end of the letter, Hall discusses The Christian Advocate, a new paper established by the Book Concern in New York City. "It promises to be of large circulation and it is under the patronage of the General Conference, and I have no doubt that it will be means of doing much good." Abstract Number - 538
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Wyandot Mission Letters; Visit to New York 1826 with Wyandot chiefs; William Breece; Christian Advocate
Hall, Francis, "Letter from Francis Hall to James B. Finley" (1826). Finley Letters. 834.