Letter from Brigham Young, 29 April 1840

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To Pres’t. Joseph Smith and coun selors: dear brethren, you no doubt  will have the perusal of this letter, and  minutes of our ; this will  give you an idea of what we are doing  in this country. If you see any thing  in, or about the whole affair, that is not  right: I ask, in the name of the Lord  Jesus Christ, that you would make  known unto us the mind of the Lord,  and his will concerning us. I believe  that I am as willing to do the will of  the Lord, and take counsel of my breth ren, and be a servant of the , as  ever I was in my life; but I can tell  you, I would like to be with my old [p. 121]
To Pres’t. Joseph Smith and counselors: dear brethren, you no doubt will have the perusal of this letter, and minutes of our ; this will give you an idea of what we are doing in this country. If you see any thing in, or about the whole affair, that is not right: I ask, in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, that you would make known unto us the mind of the Lord, and his will concerning us. I believe that I am as willing to do the will of the Lord, and take counsel of my brethren, and be a servant of the , as ever I was in my life; but I can tell you, I would like to be with my old [p. 121]
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