Letter from William Perkins, 29 October 1838

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prevail, not withstanding all persecutions—
I recd eloquent & spirrted 4th of July address fr[om?] mail, please present my compliments to him & well wishes for his prosperity— We have a small amount aga[i]nst , which he will recognize, It escaped our recollection when he left—
Yours truly
P.S. We also send an account against Mr & one to [p. [2]]
prevail, not withstanding all persecutions—
I recd eloquent & spirrted 4th of July address from mail, please present my compliments to him & well wishes for his prosperity— We have a small amount against , which he will recognize, It escaped our recollection when he left—
Yours truly
P.S. We also send an account against Mr & one to [p. [2]]
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