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Tefft tells of his troubles with Dr. (Charles) Elliott, who has worked against him, despite his constant help. Yet Tefft is willing to forgive him. He says he would wish to skin the Ohio Conference if it passes certain resolutions against him. Tefft reports he is almost a martyr in Cincinnati. He tells who he has increased the work of publishing by the Book Room, saying that the increase is all his own work. Abstract Number - 593
Book Agent Letters; Book Concern; Ohio Conference; Western Book Concern
Tefft, Benjamin F., "Letter from Benjamin F. Tefft to James B. Finley" (1857). Finley Letters. 889.