Letter to Vienna Jaques, 4 September 1833

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Brothe[r] has Just returned from his  tour from <to> the east and gives us great satisfaction  as to his ministry he has raised up a  of about Eighty <three> members in that part of the country  where his friends live in the state of  many were healed by through his instrumantality  several criples were restored as many as twelve  that were afflicted came at at a time from a distanc[e]  to be healed he <and others> administered in the name of  Jesus and they were made whole thus you  see that the Laborers in the Lords vineyard are  Labouring with their mights while the day lasts  knowing the night soon cometh wherein no man  can work I wish you to say to  that we received his lette[r] of the 13 August directed  to requesting an explination on  the Plan of the house which is to be built in and also of the City Platt that <the> brothern  whom we have recently sent to will give  them all the information they need about it  I have but little time to write at present for  I am Labouring on the with  my own hands therefor I must bid you farewell  and subscribe myself your unworthy brother  in christ amen
[Joseph Smith Jr.]
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Brother has Just returned from his tour to the east and gives us great satisfaction as to his ministry he has raised up a of about Eighty three members in that part of the country where his friends live in the state of many were healed through his instrumantality several criples were restored as many as twelve that were afflicted came at a time from a distance to be healed he and others administered in the name of Jesus and they were made whole thus you see that the Laborers in the Lords vineyard are Labouring with their mights while the day lasts knowing the night soon cometh wherein no man can work I wish you to say to that we received his letter of the 13 August directed to requesting an explination on the Plan of the house which is to be built in and also of the City Platt that the brothern whom we have recently sent to will give them all the information they need about it I have but little time to write at present for I am Labouring on the with my own hands therefor I must bid you farewell and subscribe myself your unworthy brother in christ amen
Joseph Smith Jr.
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