Letter from George J. Adams, 23 February 1843

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none, whateaver I <​have​> done You know, and you also know I have cincerely repented months”. ago— now My Dear Brother I am I to be Sacrificed to gratify the envious, and Jelous, dispos[it]ions, of cold half hearted, professors or will you Save me that I may yet have the privalage to redeem my Selph. I thing think Bro—, and , will go Bail for me— if they wont for Gods sake save me without Bail, if you could put a Short article in the “times and seasons” to Say you had investigated those reports concerning me, that would crush evry thing.— So far as the churches was concernd and I have no fears from the world. My Dear Wife is with me in good health and Spirits considering evrything She exspects a letter from you Soon— She Joins in love to your belove and Children, two more papers have commenced to publish in our favor there is a complete Revolution takeing place here I have from 12 to 15 of the State legislators to hear me, evry Sunday. I exspect two of them will be Baptised Soon I preach evry wensday night over in Charlestown in the great town Hall to a congragation of over twelve hundred people— Many are going foward in the waters of baptism to God by all Glory. [p. [2]]
none, whateaver I have done You know, and you also know I have cincerely repented months”. ago— now My Dear Brother am I to be Sacrificed to gratify the envious, and Jelous, dispositions, of cold half hearted, professors or will you Save me that I may yet have the privalage to redeem my Selph. I think Bro—, and , will go Bail for me— if they wont for Gods sake save me without Bail, if you could put a Short article in the “times and seasons” to Say you had investigated those reports concerning me, that would crush evry thing.— So far as the churches was concernd and I have no fears from the world. My Dear Wife is with me in good health and Spirits considering evrything She exspects a letter from you Soon— She Joins in love to your belove and Children, two more papers have commenced to publish in our favor there is a complete Revolution takeing place here I have from 12 to 15 of the State legislators to hear me, evry Sunday. I exspect two of them will be Baptised Soon I preach evry wensday night over in Charlestown in the great town Hall to a congragation of over twelve hundred people— Many are going foward in the waters of baptism to God by all Glory. [p. [2]]
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