Letter to Edward Partridge, 5 December 1833

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Dec 5th 1833
Dear Brethren
We have Just received a letter from   dated 6th & 7th Nov at  which gives us the painful intelegence of  the rage of the enemy and your present un settled situation, but I must inform you that  there is a great anxiety resting upon our minds  with regard to the true state of affairs in  for there seems to be some difference in the  statements of letter and that of communication to the Editors of Missouri  Republican, states that on Monday the  fourth the Mob collected in to  the number of two or three hundred well armed  and a part of their number went above  to drive away our people and distroy our prop erty but they were met by a party of our people [p. 65]
Dec 5th 1833
Dear Brethren
We have Just received a letter from dated 6th & 7th Nov at which gives us the painful intelegence of the rage of the enemy and your present unsettled situation, but I must inform you that there is a great anxiety resting upon our minds with regard to the true state of affairs in for there seems to be some difference in the statements of letter and that of communication to the Editors of Missouri Republican, states that on Monday the fourth the Mob collected in to the number of two or three hundred well armed and a part of their number went above to drive away our people and distroy our property but they were met by a party of our people [p. 65]
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