Letter from Francis Prescott to T.Z.R. Jones
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Francis Prescott writes to T.Z.R. Jones to inform him that he cannot pay the required interest on his scholarship, and doesn’t know when he can. He attributes this sorry state to his departure from Grand River Valley and inheriting the leading position in the Laphamville church formerly occupied by Reverend N. Worrell, who became a lawyer. The church is not financially well-off and hasn’t even been able to build a “meeting house.” Prescott asks Jones is he will be visiting nearby Ionia, and then relates his optimism regarding religious revival in his area and the well-being of his new church.
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