, Letter, , Adams Co., IL, to JS, , Hancock Co., IL, 7 Feb. 1844; handwriting of ; dockets in handwriting of and ; three pages; JS Collection, CHL.
with you— They are both very friendly & I think are only waiting for a little “troubling of the waters” to cause them to obey the Gospel.
Please Remember [me] & my wife to your good — and all enquiring friends
Yours with sincereaffection
P. S. Report says that a number of waggons passed hear from on their way to for Arms.
From the best information I can obtain I suppose it to be nothing m[ore] than an order for Arms for some independent company. It would seem from circumstances that some of the Carthaginian party men beginning to loathe their own conduct.
Should there a time come when you should deem Powder necessary for the preservation of the saints please inform me of the fact— if you have not a supply in .