Letter to Thomas Sharp, 26 May 1841

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, Ill, May 26, 1841.
, Editor of the Warsaw Signal:
Sir—You will discontinue my paper—its contents are calculated to pollute me, and to patronize the filthy sheet—that tissue of lies—that sink of iniquity—is disgraceful to any moral man.
Yours, with utter contempt,
JOSEPH SMITH.
P. S. Please publish the above in your contemptible paper.
J.S. [p. 2]
, Ill, May 26, 1841.
, Editor of the Warsaw Signal:
Sir—You will discontinue my paper—its contents are calculated to pollute me, and to patronize the filthy sheet—that tissue of lies—that sink of iniquity—is disgraceful to any moral man.
Yours, with utter contempt,
JOSEPH SMITH.
P. S. Please publish the above in your contemptible paper.
J.S. [p. 2]
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