Letter from Oliver Cowdery, 6 November 1829

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<Let[ter] 4> <> November the 6th. 1829
Brother Joseph Smith Jr.
I received your leter yesterday bearing date Oct. 22d  I had long time expectted to hear from you and had often  enquired at the post office for a letter and of course it was  gladly received by us all[.] we rejoice to hear that you are  well and we expect also rejoice to hear that you have  a prospect of obtaining Some mony and we further rejo[i]ce  that you are at rest from your percecutors and we rejoice [p. 6]
Letter 4 November the 6th. 1829
Brother Joseph Smith Jr.
I received your leter yesterday bearing date Oct. 22d I had long time expectted to hear from you and had often enquired at the post office for a letter and of course it was gladly received by us all. we rejoice to hear that you are well and we also rejoice to hear that you have a prospect of obtaining Some mony and we further rejoice that you are at rest from your percecutors and we rejoice [p. 6]
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