Letter, London, England, to “Gentlemen,” 28 June 1843
“An observer of the signs of the times,” Letter, , Middlesex and Surrey Cos., England, to “Gentleman,” , Hancock Co., IL, 28 June 1843; unidentified handwriting; dockets in handwriting of , , and unidentified scribe; five pages; JS Office Papers, CHL.
June 28 1843
It affords me no small degree of pleasure to inform you that the Gospel is making great progress in and openings are presenting themselves in all directions not only in the united Kingdom but States of Europe <as well as India and China>. To give effect to comprehensive plans for preaching it in Scotland Ireland and all the Continental States of Europe steps cannot be too soon taken for it remains beyond question that unnumbered Millions may be added to the The signs of the times also supply a subject for the taking of active steps that the everlasting Gospel may be preached not only in The Continental States also but in every Nation of the Earth for we are apparently on the eve of the second coming of the Lord Jesus Untried plans and unpredecented expedients should now become the grand desideratum [p. ]