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William was very glad to hear from James, and still remembers and respects him. Land at Trenton, Iowa is of the best quality and is at a low price. For awhile, William had thought so much about getting rich that he had almost forgotten God. He took a trip up the Missouri River in June and at St. Louis he attended a lecture on the division (could this be the division of the Church?). William would like for his Uncle James to find out the price of sheep around Germantown and tell him when comes to visit in the fall. He is considering raising sheep because he could get $1 per head for wool. Abstract Number - 978
Finley Family Letters -- Nephew
Finley, William K., "Letter from William K. Finley to James B. Finley" (1845). Finley Letters. 962.