Letter from Sidney Rigdon, 3 April 1840

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at bemont, he is well. You may also say to them  that the prospect of my speedy restoration to health,  is flattering at present; and that I will be there,  as soon as I think my health sufficient for the  journey. I expect to return to week after  next, and will not tarry one day longer that I  think my health requires.
My company is all gone, &  am entirely alone; but it is all right, there is no  blame, I should have been very glad to have  been at the Conference; but as I cannot, I repine  not.
Beleive me Your br. in the hope of eternal  life as ever
Elder J. Smith jr. [p. 127]
at bemont, he is well. You may also say to them that the prospect of my speedy restoration to health, is flattering at present; and that I will be there, as soon as I think my health sufficient for the journey. I expect to return to week after next, and will not tarry one day longer that I think my health requires.
My company is all gone, & am entirely alone; but it is all right, there is no blame, I should have been very glad to have been at the Conference; but as I cannot, I repine not.
Beleive me Your br. in the hope of eternal life as ever
Elder J. Smith jr. [p. 127]
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