Letter from George J. Adams, 11 October 1842

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Oct 11th 1842
President Smith
Beloved, and much pesicuted [persecuted] Brother I haste to write afew lines to you in your Banishment to let you know that I have returned, thatt and that the lord has blessed me and given me, more power in preaching, than I ever enjoyed before, I have Seen pregdice [prejudice] give way on evry Side to God be all the Glory, one of the Brethern Brought Me up from and I exspect to go Back with him tomorrow I have two appointments to preach in the day time tomorrow on the way Back, Oh! how I wish to See you But cannot Break your orders therefore I must Submit, I Just Say when you want me, let me know and with the Blessing of God I will come to you, anny mishen [mission] you want me to Start on I will go whearever it is, not minding danger or hardships. I am willing to go before Governers, Presidents or kings and plead the Cause of Zion, if I can find a Govener that will protect you I will Come to you forthwith; by the help of God and your Blessing— I will not leave one Stone unturnd But I will lift up My voice like a trump through this nation I will Spoil [p. [1]]
Oct 11th 1842
President Smith
Beloved, and much pesicuted [persecuted] Brother I haste to write afew lines to you in your Banishment to let you know that I have returned, and that the lord has blessed me and given me, more power in preaching, than I ever enjoyed before, I have Seen pregdice [prejudice] give way on evry Side to God be all the Glory, one of the Brethern Brought Me up from and I exspect to go Back with him tomorrow I have two appointments to preach in the day time tomorrow on the way Back, Oh! how I wish to See you But cannot Break your orders therefore I must Submit, I Just Say when you want me, let me know and with the Blessing of God I will come to you, anny mishen [mission] you want me to Start on I will go whearever it is, not minding danger or hardships. I am willing to go before Governers, Presidents or kings and plead the Cause of Zion, if I can find a Govener that will protect you I will Come to you forthwith; by the help of God and your Blessing— I will not leave one Stone unturnd But I will lift up My voice like a trump through this nation I will Spoil [p. [1]]
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