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John has just received James" letter proposing the printing of public journal at his Mission. John liked the idea very much but wishes he had written sooner because he had been uncertain whether to go to Urbana or not. He wrote telling them he would come and sent them a dozen copies of a prospectus. Should they make a sufficient subscription he will be under obligation to them, if not he will accept James" proposal. He likes James" idea and wishes him to delay talking other publishers until the Urbana material is decided. Abstract Number - 955
Finley Family Letters -- Brother; Wyandot Mission
Finley, John P., "Letter from John P. Finley to James B. Finley" (1825). Finley Letters. 942.