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Gilruth's brother-in-law, William S. Thomas, has died at a boarding house in Cincinnati. Gilruth has not heard any details and asks Finley to make inquiries about the circumstances of the death.The Radicals are still causing problems in the Granville Circuit. In response, Gilruth has decided to ignore them publicly. If they come to meetings, he tells them "that as they have gone out from us, they are now none of us: and so have no more place in our class meetings or love feasts." Gilruth also suggests that it would helpful to travelling preachers if the journals of the General Conference could be published. Abstract Number - 90
General Ministry; Radicals; General Conference; Granville Circuit; William S. Thomas; Conference Journals
Gilruth, James, "Letter from James Gilruth to James B. Finley" (1830). Finley Letters. 89.