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After expressing a hope that Finley will soon get into his new chapel, the writer tells of plans 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 -- the writer misses friends and doings in Cincinnati. The letter is written to introduce a Brother Moreledge -- the writer hopes Finley will introduce him to some of his "English Brethren." Abstract Number - 100
General Ministry; Finley (Union) Chapel; Pittsburgh Conference; Union (Finley) chapel
Browning, Wesley, "Letter from Wesley Browning to James B. Finley" (1830). Finley Letters. 99.