Letter from Reuben Hedlock to Wilford Woodruff and George A. Smith, 26 October 1840

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    Part of Letter from Reuben Hedlock to Wilford Woodruff and George A. Smith, 26 October 1840

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    Glasgow - oct 26th 1840 Beloved Breatheren I Proseed to answer your very kind Leter of the 20th inst. Which came to hand Last Satturday I am glad to Learn that you have again arived in the Matropalos and I Pray our heavenly father that these imperfect Lines may find you enjoying health with all its atenant Blessings my health is about [midlin] my lungs are very weak I thank you for your kind advise and with it I Desier your prayers I Truly feal to simpathise with you Brother Woodruff in the Loss ...
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    October 26, 1840
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    Part of Letter from Reuben Hedlock to Wilford Woodruff and George A. Smith, 26 October 1840

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    we arived there Just as Elder curtis Closed his Debate which Lasted 6 houers and a half ^in this Land of christians police men weare swords to keep peace^ the Gentle man agreed to prove serten things which he failed to Do the Discussion resulted in Elder Curtsiss favor to the Joy of the few saints and many believers there is one Difficulty in Hilsbury the peopel are all Dependant on Lord Hilsbury who belongs to the establisment and if the peopel Confess the truth openly thuy will be turned out of imployment after ...
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    Part of Letter from Reuben Hedlock to Wilford Woodruff and George A. Smith, 26 October 1840

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    gregation of Popets and waxfigers or was well skiled in preaching antislavery or could tell the peopel how god blessed the poor heathen through missionary Exartion Suported by Liberal Donations from all and also how the Lord would bles them if they would give six thousand pounds to the Obeland [Oberlin] Colledge in ohio to redeem it from Debt [illegible] and to enable them to educate a few blacks (by their paying well for it) to abolish slavery in the united states [FIGURE] I think if you was Engaged in either of the above Callings for ...
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    Part of Letter from Reuben Hedlock to Wilford Woodruff and George A. Smith, 26 October 1840

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    [sideways text] and resume his Labors in that place I think those fealings will were away if there is an opening in those parts where it is not so wet and cold if it seam good to you let me know it I will casee [cease] writeing for want of room I remain as ever your friend and brother in the New and everlasting Covenant give my Love to all who Love the Lord Reuben Hedlock to Woodruff & Smith Mrs G. A. Smith Wilford Woodruff No 52 Iron Monger Row