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J.W. Finley informs his uncle of his good health but says as far as religion goes he cannot boast. They are having a few interesting experiences. Many are anxious for James B. Finley to come to the territory and its appears to Finley's nephew that would be more useful there than in any part of the Conference. There is a great call for books but J.W. does not think he will be able to get them until May. He sends a list of books he would like Finley to send him. It has been very cold in Bay Settlement. He asks James to pray for him. Abstract Number - 962
Bay Settlement, MI
Finley Family Letters -- Nephew; Finley Family; Michigan Conference; Nephew
Finley, James W., "Letter from James W. Finley to James B. Finley" (1839). Finley Letters. 949.