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McLean acknowledges the joining the church of a Mr. Neff and the good prospects of the church in Cincinnati. He tells of a Mr. William Wirt, late Attorney-General, who recently lost a daughter, and for whom, he, McLean, has great sympathy and understanding. McLean tells of division and uncertainty in the political world and the possibility of his running for office (Vice-President). Abstract Number - 1004
John McLean Letters; U.S. History; Ohio History; Politics
McLean, John, "Letter from John McLean to James B. Finley" (1831). Finley Letters. 988.