Letter to Edward Partridge and Others, 10 December 1833

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Ohio December 10th 1833
Beloved brethren ,   , and all the saints  whom it may concern.
This morning the mail brought bros   & s letters & also s, all  mailed at Nov. 19th which gave us  the melancholy inteligence of your flight from  the land of your before the face of your enemies in that place
From previous letters we had learned that a  number of our brethren have been slain, but  we could not learn from those refered to above  as there had been but one, that was bro [Andrew] Barber  and wounded in the bowels, we were  thankful to learn that no more were slain, and  our daily prayers are, that the Lord will not suf fer his saints who have gone up to his land to keep  his , to stain his holy mountain [p. 70]
Ohio December 10th 1833
Beloved brethren , , and all the saints whom it may concern.
This morning the mail brought bros & s letters & also s, all mailed at Nov. 19th which gave us the melancholy inteligence of your flight from the land of your before the face of your enemies in that place
From previous letters we had learned that a number of our brethren have been slain, but we could not learn from those refered to above as there had been but one, that was bro Andrew Barber and wounded in the bowels, we were thankful to learn that no more were slain, and our daily prayers are, that the Lord will not suffer his saints who have gone up to his land to keep his , to stain his holy mountain [p. 70]
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