Manchester, Lancashire, England

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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young and Willard Richards, circa 1840

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    Mr Willard Richards & B. Yong 149 Oldham Road Ma[n]chester [sideways text] [unknown writer] 1840 Unimportant A. J from W Woodruff
    Dates:
    June 30, 1840
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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young and Willard Richards, 15 August 1840

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    Mr B. Young 149 Oldham Road Manchester [stamp in black ink] [illegible] AU 17 1840 [unknown writer] Leigh Aug 10. Woodruff [sideways text] [unknown writer] Gloucestershire Aug 15 1840 from W Woodruff
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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 ...
    Dates:
    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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    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 Orson Pratt to Wilford Woodruff and George A. Smith, 29 October 1840

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    round is ^frequently^ the quickest way of conveyance in this day of wonders. Give my respects to Ers Taylor & Clark & tell them that I have received the paper they forwarded & have heard of their success by the way of London give me all the news you get from the Isle of man & also from Manchester give my respects to Parley also. I am still alone Bro. Watts has not yet arrived. please write to ...
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    Part of Letter to Thomas Amison and George A. Smith, 25 January 1841

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    in London at the present time & may the Lord roll on his work. I am glad to hear of the steady progress of the work in the Potteries, But I am always sorry to hear of the poverty of the Saints & that they have a ha[r]d time to get along. I wa[n]t you to give my best respects to Sistr Amiso[n] Brothr & Sister Wittaker Brothr & Sister Player & family, Sister Eliza ...
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    Part of Letter to Parley P. Pratt, 12 June 1842

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    about 2000, the female Releaf Society Nos about 500 the Nauvoo Masonic Lodge, about 300, all vary active in their sphere, I think you would Hardly know Nauvoo was you to come into it the prairies are ploughed fenced & planted for miles around Nauvoo their is considerable excitement though the state about our voting in the coming election President Rigdon runs for our Senator it is not yet decided who will run for our representatives. Mormonism is making quite a noise through the world whare it is known ...
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    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 29 January 1840

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    quite splendid with the pulpit or stand in or near the centre of the house which is the english custom. Another thing has attracted my attention while visiting public places in England ie a great plainness of dress with both rich & poor male & female, their cloth may be equ⬦ally as good if not better than that worn in America but they do not appear as tasty & flashy. I think the Americans pattern more after the French than English in their dress. The Encllish deposit their dead in vaults in the church yard & ...
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    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 18 February 1841

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    farewell of London next Monday tgo diret to Bristol, whare Elder Kington has just built up a church. He then goes with me through all the churches in Worcestershire – Gloucestershire, & Herefordshire. I then go to Birmingham to the Staffordshire potteries, meet Elder Smith, go to – Manchester, held a general conference 6th April & then we are immediately [FIGURE] OPH ^off^ A company ...
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    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 18 February 1841

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    All things shall work together for good to the faithful. I feel thankful that the Lord has opened the way for you to spend the winter at your fathers House & once more enjoy the Society of your Kindred for a season, & that I can enjoy your company while on my visit in Maine. I never desired any thing more in my life than to once more be permitted to enjoy the embraces of My Dear Phebe & Also to see & kiss the ...