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Dr. Luckett regrets a change in plans which makes it impossible for him to visit Cincinnati (coming to use dissecting lab at medical school) as arranged but hopes to be able to come soon. He complains to Finley about a recent pamphlet published by the Radicals. The purpose of the pamphlet is to expose the public to "the corruption of the M.E. Church" in juxtaposition to the purity of the Radicals. The pamphlet has not had much success, so two lectures are being offered on the government of the Associated Methodist Churches. Luckett speaks with contempt about these efforts, arguing that "our soil is not congenial to Radicalism." Abstract Number - 88
General Ministry; Radicals; Associated Methodist Churches; Methodist Protestant Church; Medical College of Ohio
Luckett, Dr., "Letter from Dr. Luckett to James B. Finley" (1830). Finley Letters. 87.