Letter to George Albert Smith, 7 January 1841

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    Part of Letter to George Albert Smith, 7 January 1841

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    40 Ironmonger Row Saint Lukes London Jan 7th 1841 Elder G. A. Smith Dear Brother I Receieved your letter under Date of Dec 31st & I set down this evening to answer it. I do not feel disposed to take up a great deal of this Sheet in speaking of things in this country for I have not much knews to write about things here I will merly say however that we expect to Baptize a number in few days & Doctor copeland among the Number, But it is the ...
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    January 7, 1841
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    Part of Letter to George Albert Smith, 7 January 1841

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    they brought sumthing for you if so give us the news the latest Date was Nov 7th at which time Elder Turley had not arived, the Saints were mostly well, my Babe was still sick with the Ague, & one of Sister Kimballs Children also, the work was progressing General Adams at Springfield, had come to Nauvoo & was Baptized Elder O Smoot had returned home from the South. several late deaths among the Saints, Brother
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    seem vary anxious to have us come home once more Phebe sayes their is a small brach of 50 members in the Neighbourhood where she is Wm O Clark is president over it says they have good meetings. (Governor Carling has changed his feelings towards the Saints becaus they support the whigs so they need not look to him for much help) I should think it was about time for Elder Turley to get to Nauvoo. Sister Kimball herd from
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    Part of Letter to George Albert Smith, 7 January 1841

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    Mr George A Smith Lane End Staffordshire Br Plyer send this to Eldr Smith Mr W Woodruff London Jan 7th 1841