Letter to Asahel Hart Woodruff, 29 November 1836

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    Part of Letter to Asahel Hart Woodruff, 29 November 1836

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    Kirtland Geauga County Ohio Nov 29th 1836 Brother Asahel H. Woodruff Dear Sir As I have just taken my pen from a sheet directed to our Distant parents I thought pirhaps it would not be amiss to address a few lines to you as I have never had any reason to believe that you had lost that friendship or attachment towards me that I formerly have been made the partaker of an opportunity afforded. Notwithstanding years have rolled away between us since we saw each other face to face yet ...
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    November 29, 1836
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    Part of Letter to Asahel Hart Woodruff, 29 November 1836

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    Cincinnati is much of a place of business I saw while there the Dead & wounded taken from the Flora caused by the bursting of the connecting pipes I took water at Cincinnati for Wellsville rising of 400 miles I also passed another boat that had run against a snag store her hull & sunk at Wellsville I took the Stage to Kirtland 90 miles & whene I arived at Kirtland I was almost asstonished I at the alteration in the place since I was there in May 1834 for ...
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    two since I would have been glad to have seen you I hope the day may come when you may have the privelege of fully investigating the cause in which I am engaged for I believe your honesty & dissermment would lead you to imbrace it I have found one thing to be true that when we seek first the Kingdom of God all things els necessary will be added. I should consider it one of the greatest blessings on earth to have you & the rest of my Kinsman become members of the Church of Latter day Saints & ...
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    Part of Letter to Asahel Hart Woodruff, 29 November 1836

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    Kirtland Mills Novbr 30 ^25^ Mr Asahel H Woodruff Terrehaute Indianna Willford Nov 29 1836