Letter to Asahel H. Woodruff, 25 July 1837

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    Part of Letter to Asahel H. Woodruff, 25 July 1837

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    New Rowley, Essex County Mass. July 25 1837 Asahel H. Woodruff, Dear Brother perhaps you will think strange that I should call your attention to the perusal of another page so soon from me. I remarked in my last that I should write again if I had any thing of interest to communicate. & so I have finished my visit with my friends in Conn" for the present at least. I thought it might not be amiss to inform you about matters and things July ...
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    July 25, 1837
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    Part of Letter to Asahel H. Woodruff, 25 July 1837

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    I found them all enjoying good health, Aunt Bulah not accepted. I was made wellcome not withstanding my principles which may appear to be dreadfull in the eyes of many of my friends untill they have a true understanding of the matter but as soon as they have this privilege the direfull veil is rent from their eyes & they no longer consider Willford such a fated, desperate, & dreadful monster or sunk in the lowest depths of vice darkness, error degradation & infamy. I would to God that every relative I have ...
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    Part of Letter to Asahel H. Woodruff, 25 July 1837

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    {shorthand} you {shorthand} NB 19th I gave out an appointment for preaching in the Methodist meeting house on the public square in Farmington at early candle light the people had but about two hour's notice & their was a thunder storm during the time so that the congregation was not as large as it probable otherwise would have been, besides the Prysbeterians had a prayer meeting at the same time. but notwithstanding these things two hundred or rising of the citizens of farmington came out to hear me. Father,
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    Part of Letter to Asahel H. Woodruff, 25 July 1837

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    Mr Asahel H Woodruff Terre Haute Indiana [stamp in red ink] NEW ROWLEY. MS. July 26 ^25^ Wilford. July 25th 1837