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The Quarterly Conference is just over and they had a powerful time. Many joined the Society. John Alexander, who was thought to be a hopeless case, has bowed before Christ. John feels no disappointment about the position at the Book Concern. If he could do well financially, he would not mind going, but he cannot go as a clerk. He wishes to be master of his own time. Abstract Number - 965
Finley Family Letters -- Nephew
Finley, John P. Jr., "Letter from John P. Finley Jr. to James B. Finley" (1833). Finley Letters. 952.