Letter to Thomas Carlin, 30 July 1842

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for protection in the event of any voilence being used towards us knowing that our innocence with reguard to all the accusations in circulation will be duly evidenced before an enlightened public.
Any service we can do the at any time will be cheerfully done, for our ambition is to be serviceable to our .
With sentiments of respect and esteem I remain your humble Servant
Joseph Smith
His Excellency [p. 240]
for protection in the event of any voilence being used towards us knowing that our innocence with reguard to all the accusations in circulation will be duly evidenced before an enlightened public.
Any service we can do the at any time will be cheerfully done, for our ambition is to be serviceable to our .
With sentiments of respect and esteem I remain your humble Servant
Joseph Smith
His Excellency [p. 240]
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