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Mary tells Finley that the Radicals have brought difficulties and trials, but they are having "good times in spite of them." Her older brother is extremely ill. She asks Finley to pray for him. He is not a Christian and was never baptized. Mary fears that he will die "unprepared." Abstract Number - 99
General Ministry; Radicalism
Bayard, Mary E., "Letter from Mary E. Bayard to James B. Finley" (1830). Finley Letters. 98.