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Elliott tells Finley about conditions in Pittsburg. He believes Pittsburg has more radicals that any other place in the Union. He is afraid that his congregation will be shut out of its meeting house by the radicals and will have no place to meet. In a postscript, Elliott tells Finley that the radicals have just demanded the privilege of meeting in the new meeting housing on Sunday evening, and it won't be long before his congregants are shut out completely. Elliott asks for Finley's help. Abstract number - 94
General Ministry; Church Reform; Radicals; Pittsburgh Conference
Elliott, Charles, "Letter from Charles Elliott to James B. Finley" (1830). Finley Letters. 93.