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Brockmeier tells of his poor health, due to being thrown from a horse. He discusses radicalism, or "raskilism" in the Pittsburgh Conference. Brown and Shinn have left the Conference, and three appointments have been lost on his circuit. He states that they had a "fine Conference" and closes with a list of Conference appointments. He prays for the restoration of peace and harmony. Abstract Number - 9
General Ministry; Church Reform; Radicalism
Brockmeier, Sam R., "Letter from Sam R. Brockmeier to James B. Finley" (1820). Finley Letters. 9.