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Browning tells Finley that Brother Coston has returned and there are plans in the works to buy a lot and build a new church for $4,000. In the meantime an upper room has been fitted up for services. Conditions in the church are encouraging. Browning misses friends and colleagues in Cincinnati. The letter is written to introduce Brother Moreledge. Browning asks Finley to introduce Moreledge to some of his "English Brethren." Abstract Number - 100
General Ministry; Finley (Union) Chapel; Pittsburgh Conference; Meeting Houses - Erection
Browning, Wesley, "Letter from Wesley Browning to James B. Finley" (1830). Finley Letters. 99.