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Taylor's object in writing is to find out in what condition books can be obtained to sell. The men with whom he had been engaged in business have sold out. Taylor is trying to get into some permanent business. He has been elected Mayor, but the position does not pay much. He likes the book business and is considering going into business with George Debott. Taylor wants Finley to learn whether the Book Room will let them have books to sell at a commission. Abstract Number - 567
Book Agent Letters; Finley Financial Affairs; General Ministry
Taylor, B.E., "Letter from B.E. Taylor to James B. Finley" (1833). Finley Letters. 863.