Letter, James Arlington Bennet to Willard Richards, 24 October 1842
, Letter, , New Utrecht, Kings Co., NY, to , , Hancock Co., IL, 24 Oct. 1842; handwriting of ; four pages; Willard Richards, Journals and Papers, 1821–1854, CHL. Includes address, postal notation, postal stamp, and docket.
I don’t know that I ever shall be any more of a Mormon than I am at present, but no matter what the profess◊◊◊◊ I could under no Circumst[an]ces be a more Sincere friend to the people— I say go a head & put the drill on to the . Tell to put the drill on the Officers as well as the men & give him my respe[c]ts as well as <to> all other of your friends not forgeting the Amiable , Mrs & the Prophet from whom I have recently received two letters one of which I had published in the Herald.