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Bishop Enoch George is on his way to Canada, but requests that Finley meet him at the July camp meeting in Lebanon to discuss the case of William Burke (suspended from Ohio Conference in 1818, and Finley is Presiding Elder of the Lebanon District). Burke has been complaining about his suspension as "cruel and unconstitutional" and blames Finley for acting contrary to his own rule. Burke's complaint will be brought up at the next Ohio Conference, so Bishop George wants to discuss the situation with Finley. Abstract Number - 606
Ohio Conference; William Burke; Suspension; Church Court
George, Enoch, "Letter from Enoch George to James B. Finley" (1819). Finley Letters. 902.