Letter from Almon Babbitt, 19 October 1841

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I do think they ought to have told  me that I was undr transgression  but in the city of   stated to Confrene [Conference] that  he had found my teachings all th[e]  way to and at to be  acordind to my instruction
Now my brethren I do not want  to be rebelous the Lord Knows my heart  it is that the Kingdom may roll forth  in the Earth; but I want somthing  tangeable to act upon if you want  all the bretheren to leave this place  Say it in so many words that th[e]y  may know it there is now about  500 members in this place and  a good many churches agacent to  this Stake We have got the in midelin good repair  we are now about laying a new  bell deck we have mad[e] provihion [provision]  for the poor and you must know  that there was one hundred poor  English Saind left here at one time  who could not get any further and  most of them are doing well  there has been some good peices  land bought and paid for by the Saints  here the old Steem Mill is  bought and the Brethren are convrting  it into a furnace [p. 5]
I do think they ought to have told me that I was undr transgression but in the city of stated to Confrene [Conference] that he had found my teachings all the way to and at to be acordind to my instruction
Now my brethren I do not want to be rebelous the Lord Knows my heart it is that the Kingdom may roll forth in the Earth; but I want somthing tangeable to act upon if you want all the bretheren to leave this place Say it in so many words that they may know it there is now about 500 members in this place and a good many churches agacent to this Stake We have got the in midelin good repair we are now about laying a new bell deck we have made provihion [provision] for the poor and you must know that there was one hundred poor English Saind left here at one time who could not get any further and most of them are doing well there has been some good peices land bought and paid for by the Saints here the old Steem Mill is bought and the Brethren are convrting it into a furnace [p. 5]
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