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The writer first suggests the publishing of the (Western Christian) Advocate in a quarto form which would be more convenient to have and keep. He also feels there should be uniformity in the Benediction. The congregation should be dismissed kneeling so as to avoid confusion. He reports good conditions at the prison. Abstract Number - 552
Methodist Magazine & Christian Advocate Letters; Church Reform; State Prison
Crume, George C., "Letter from George C. Crume to James B. Finley" (1848). Finley Letters. 848.