Letter to Willard Richards, 3 February 1840

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    Part of Letter to Willard Richards, 3 February 1840

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    Burslem Feb 3rd 1840 Elder W. Richards Dear Brother Though I have no extraordinary information to communicate to you at this time upon any subject, yet I thought I would drop a few lines to you this morning, & let you know that I am alive & enjoying good health, & what I am about &c We arived in Manchester the day we left you, & saw Elder Clayton & the Saints in good spirits. I was much pleased with my acquaintance with Brother Clayton ...
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    February 3, 1840
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    Part of Letter to Willard Richards, 3 February 1840

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    has injured him & given us friends. We have held regular meetings on the Sabbath in Bath Burslem, & Hanely. We now have meetings in Burslem & Hanly, Stoke, Newcastle, Lane End, & a number of other places, round about I have been informed that the Rector in New Castle is preaching against us quite a number of Methodist teachers attend our meetings & freequently oppose but they go away confounded while it begets us friends. We have ...
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    Part of Letter to Willard Richards, 3 February 1840

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    whether it be true or not. Please direct your Letter to Wilford Woodruff in care of Alfred Cordon, club buildings, Navigation Road, Burslem, Staffordshire. May health, Strength, peace, & grace, rest upon you from God our Father, & our Lord Jesus Christ that you may be prepared to do the will of God in all things W. Richards Yours in the Love of God W. Woodruff ...
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    Part of Letter to Willard Richards, 3 February 1840

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    Mr Williard Richards Meadow Street, New House Opposite No 3. Preston, Lancashire [stamp in black ink] ^BURSLEM^ [stamp in black ink] ^NEWCASTLE UNDER LYME FE 4 1840^ [written sideways] feb. 3. Answered feb 7. 1840 Woodruff. Burslem Paid ...