Letter to Church Leaders in Jackson County, Missouri, 2 July 1833

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July 2d— 1833—
Brethren—
We received your letters of June 7 one from and one from Bro and one from Br for which we are thankful to our heavenly Father to hear of your welfare as well as the prosperity of Zion having received your letters in the mail of to day we hasten to answer to go with tomorrows mail, we are excedingly fateagued owing to a great press of business we this day finished the translating of the Scriptures for which we returned gratitude to our heavenly father and sat immediately down to answer your letters we rejoiced greatly to hear of the safe arival of and and thank our heavenly father that their lives have been spared them till their arival the health of the brethren & sisters in [p. 51]
July 2d— 1833—
Brethren—
We received your letters of June 7 one from and one from Bro and one from Br for which we are thankful to our heavenly Father to hear of your welfare as well as the prosperity of Zion having received your letters in the mail of to day we hasten to answer to go with tomorrows mail, we are excedingly fateagued owing to a great press of business we this day finished the translating of the Scriptures for which we returned gratitude to our heavenly father and sat immediately down to answer your letters we rejoiced greatly to hear of the safe arival of and and thank our heavenly father that their lives have been spared them till their arival the health of the brethren & sisters in [p. 51]
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