Letter from Benjamin Winchester, 18 September 1841

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Sept 18th 1841
Dear Brother in the Lord
Having a few leisure  Moments I set myself down to  write a few lines to you Although  it is some time since I have written to you  yet I assure you that I have the same  respect for you both in your  public and private capassity that I  ever had
<*> I have learned from a letter from elder  Barnes addressed to one of the brethren  in this that and   are set apart to preach in   Mass. Now when  was here he requested me to accompany  me to that place but did  not mean which I promised to do  but did not wish to be understood that   [sh]ould remain there any I great length  of time I have already performed that  mission and assisted in comme ncing the work in that . We published  an “Address” to the citizens of that a  copy of which I will mail to you, with this  letter Now if it is possible for me [p. [1]]
Sept 18th 1841
Dear Brother in the Lord
Having a few leisure Moments I set myself down to write a few lines to you Although it is some time since I have written to you yet I assure you that I have the same respect for you both in your public and private capassity that I ever had
* I have learned from a letter from elder Barnes addressed to one of the brethren in this that and are set apart to preach in Mass. Now when was here he requested me to accompany to that place which I promised to do but did not wish to be understood that [sh]ould remain there any great length of time I have already performed that mission and assisted in commencing the work in that . We published an “Address” to the citizens of that a copy of which I will mail to you, with this letter Now if it is possible for me [p. [1]]
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