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John P. first tells of sickness and great trouble, but expresses increased faith in God. He tells of riding to Dayton to overtake a company of soldiers made up of acquaintances, men and boys, whom he charges to remain pure and embrace Jesus. Abstract Number - 923
Finley Family Letters -- Brother
Finley, John P., "Letter from John P. Finley to James B. Finley" (1812). Finley Letters. 910.