Letter from Moses Martin, 23 May 1842

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[page torn] few lines to brother Joseph forward it to him [as] [so]on as posible
May the 23th
May the 23th 1842 Saratoga Co N Y
Dear brother in the Lord I am well at the preasant and that [thes]e few lines may find you in joying the same the worke the Lord [page torn] [o]pening in all parts as fair [far] as I can hear such a cry for preaching I never seen it has been vary cold and dry this spring and has evry appeuriance [appearance] of famin and the people are much fri[gh]tened about the water I wish that you would notice in the times and seasons that I have established a small Branch of the Church in Windom [Greene] Co Ny and they request that Elders coming that way [page torn] call, if they please, I wrot[e] to you about some property [p. [1]]
[page torn] few lines to brother Joseph forward it to him [as] soon as posible
May the 23th
May the 23th 1842 Saratoga Co N Y
Dear brother in the Lord I am well at the preasant and that these few lines may find you in joying the same the worke the Lord [page torn] [o]pening in all parts as fair far as I can hear such a cry for preaching I never seen it has been vary cold and dry this spring and has evry appeuriance appearance of famin and the people are much frightened about the water I wish that you would notice in the times and seasons that I have established a small Branch of the Church in Windom Greene Co Ny and they request that Elders coming that way [page torn] call, if they please, I wrote to you about some property [p. [1]]
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