Letter to John S. Carter, 13 April 1833

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13th April 1833
Dear your Letter to is just put into  my hand and I have carefully purrused its contents and  imbrace this oppertunity to answer it, we proceed to answer  your questions first concerning your labour in the region where  you live we acquiesce in your feelings on this subject until the  the mouth of the Lord shall name and as it respects the  vision you speak of we do not consider ourselves bound [p. 29]
13th April 1833
Dear your Letter to is just put into my hand and I have carefully purrused its contents and imbrace this oppertunity to answer it, we proceed to answer your questions first concerning your labour in the region where you live we acquiesce in your feelings on this subject until the the mouth of the Lord shall name and as it respects the vision you speak of we do not consider ourselves bound [p. 29]
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