Letter, London, England, to “Gentlemen,” 28 June 1843

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other language Known results the most Signal and Stupendous would be soon seen this has been long wanted and no time should be lost in giving directions for effecting a translation that all nations may hear the glad tidings. The address to be published Seperately also for sale in all Nations The copies of Newspapers transmitted In the States of Europe India China and all the Colonies of the British Empire could not fail of doing much good
Those addressed to India China and all the Colonies would only be subject to one penny postage for each copy while those to and the Continental States might be entrusted In the Manchester Superintendent for supplying all those States
The Newspapers for pay one hal[f]penny upon their reception those for Spain the same when directed via
The awful signs of the times now call for a Newspaper for the interests of the cause and it remains beyond question was such a powerful engine now put in motion and an adequate number of copies transmitted in all the Churches of Europe as well as a supply for general sale the most pleasing results would be soon seen [p. [3]]
other language Known results the most Signal and Stupendous would be soon seen this has been long wanted and no time should be lost in giving directions for effecting a translation that all nations may hear the glad tidings. The address to be published Seperately also for sale in all Nations The copies of Newspapers transmitted In the States of Europe India China and all the Colonies of the British Empire could not fail of doing much good
Those addressed to India China and all the Colonies would only be subject to one penny postage for each copy while those to and the Continental States might be entrusted In the Manchester Superintendent for supplying all those States
The Newspapers for pay one halfpenny upon their reception those for Spain the same when directed via
The awful signs of the times now call for a Newspaper for the interests of the cause and it remains beyond question was such a powerful engine now put in motion and an adequate number of copies transmitted in all the Churches of Europe as well as a supply for general sale the most pleasing results would be soon seen [p. [3]]
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