Letter, Glasgow, Scotland, to “Brethren,” 28 August 1844
Unknown author, Letter, Glasgow, Scotland, to “Brethren,” [, Hancock Co., IL], 28 Aug. 1844; unidentified handwriting; four pages; JS Office Papers, CHL.
in Scotland & Ireland but througho[ut] Europe. A mighty shaking of the nations in Europe in enquiring unto the first principles of the doctrine of The is seen in all directions and upon this subject dearly beloved <it is> with grief and lamentation we write we have so few of the in Europe, a subject which now calls for the most serious consideration of your public and private councils that the necessary steps may be taken upon this momentou[s] Subject in sending a supply of American Missionaries with all possible dispatch In Scotland the cause is advancing mightily in all directions. Can you send us 12 Missiona[ries] for Scotland alone as well as an adequate supply for Ireland as well as The States of Europe. The most magnificent and inviting field of usefulness is spread before us in all directions and it is not the least of our growi[ng] [p. ]