JS, Letter, , Hancock Co., IL, to , , Suffolk Co., MA, 17 and 20 June 1844; handwriting of and ; signature of JS in unidentified handwriting; dockets in handwriting of John McEwan and ; notation in handwriting of ; three pages; JS Collection, CHL.
in your luggage very easy without creating any suspicion.
There must be no excuses made, for wisdom says that a strict compliance will with this request will be for our safety and welfare.
InhasteI remainyours in the firmbonds of the new and Everlasting Covenant
Large bodies of armed men, cannon and munitions of war are course comeing on from in steamboats: These facts are communicated to the , and of the , and you will redily see that we have to prepare for the onset
In the bonds of the new and Ever[la]sting Coven[an]t