Letter from Zenos Gurley, 4 May 1842

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April May 4th 1842
Gen Smith
D[ea]r Sir A combination of circumstances over which I have no controll prevent me from meeting with the Legion on the present occasion— I have Just returned to my famaly from whom I have been absent since last January— who have suffered much by sickness during my absence—
While in I organized a sma◊◊ Branch of the Church at Brittish Holl◊◊ [British Hollow] three Miles from Potose I named it the Miners Branch of
A large field is opened in that section And many— verry many Are Anxious that the word should be preached unto them While there I visited a small Branch organized by Brs [William O.] Clark & last fall their faith is good and all are purposing to assist in Building the — May the blessing of God continue with his Saints— yours Respectfuly
Zenas H Gurley
Gen J. Smith [p. [1]]
May 4th 1842
Gen Smith
Dear Sir A combination of circumstances over which I have no controll prevent me from meeting with the Legion on the present occasion— I have Just returned to my famaly from whom I have been absent since last January— who have suffered much by sickness during my absence—
While in I organized a sma Branch of the Church at Brittish Holl [British Hollow] three Miles from Potose I named it the Miners Branch of
A large field is opened in that section And many— verry many Are Anxious that the word should be preached unto them While there I visited a small Branch organized by Brs William O. Clark & last fall their faith is good and all are purposing to assist in Building the — May the blessing of God continue with his Saints— yours Respectfuly
Zenas H Gurley
Gen J. Smith [p. [1]]
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