Letter from Joseph L. Heywood, 7 February 1844

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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 sincere affection
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 .
Yours &c Truly
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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 sincere affection
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 more 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 .
Yours &c Truly
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