Letter from Parley P. Pratt, 13 March 1842

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I am pr[i]nting his account of the mission to and Will send a Coppy next week to be Reprinted by you. Elder G[eorge] J, Adams has been to sea ten weeks and is Blown Back to this port. With the Conversion of many of the Ship Company. he will sail again tuesday next for . he is well. I think I shall send this line by him.
Great War in India, the British army is Slaughtered by the natives.
Great Distress in England, thousands are looking to us and our god forDeliverance, and flocking to our ships for the Land of Joseph, Both Baptised and unbaptised.
In haste I Remain Yours in the N, C.
P, S,
has safely arived, and is Doing good.
I Rec’d a line from three of the twelve Dated feb 1st Josephs translating Room for Which I feel thankful. and shall be glad to assist in arrangements, for the temporal or Spiritual good of the cause, Both sides of the water.
Excuse this hasty Line and good night, God Bless you All. [p. [3]]
I am printing his account of the mission to and Will send a Coppy next week to be Reprinted by you. Elder George J, Adams has been to sea ten weeks and is Blown Back to this port. With the Conversion of many of the Ship Company. he will sail again tuesday next for . he is well. I think I shall send this line by him.
Great War in India, the British army is Slaughtered by the natives.
Great Distress in England, thousands are looking to us and our god forDeliverance, and flocking to our ships for the Land of Joseph, Both Baptised and unbaptised.
In haste I Remain Yours in the N, C.
P, S,
has safely arived, and is Doing good.
I Rec’d a line from three of the twelve Dated feb 1st Josephs translating Room for Which I feel thankful. and shall be glad to assist in arrangements, for the temporal or Spiritual good of the cause, Both sides of the water.
Excuse this hasty Line and good night, God Bless you All. [p. [3]]
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