Letter from Lester Brooks, 7 November 1842

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been manifest since the commencement of the church.
The elders are going to leave us this morning with the prayers and fellowship of the brethren in this region of country. Those which have been the most hostile in their feelings are perfectly friendly with , and have all invited him to call upon them.
The labors of the elders seem to have effected a union of all parties; and if I must give my opinion I think upon the right principle.
Twelve persons were baptized yesterday and information has just reached me that Brother has been baptized, and is now on his way home from the water I would further state that expects to administer baptism to several persons in , on his way east. He further wishes me to state that he will write in a short time. Give my respects to sister and to all enquiring friends. Yours in the bonds of the gospel, and fellow laborer in the new and everlasting covenant,
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been manifest since the commencement of the church.
The elders are going to leave us this morning with the prayers and fellowship of the brethren in this region of country. Those which have been the most hostile in their feelings are perfectly friendly with , and have all invited him to call upon them.
The labors of the elders seem to have effected a union of all parties; and if I must give my opinion I think upon the right principle.
Twelve persons were baptized yesterday and information has just reached me that Brother has been baptized, and is now on his way home from the water I would further state that expects to administer baptism to several persons in , on his way east. He further wishes me to state that he will write in a short time. Give my respects to sister and to all enquiring friends. Yours in the bonds of the gospel, and fellow laborer in the new and everlasting covenant,
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