Letter to Brigham Young, 17–20 June 1844

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in your luggage very easy without creating any suspicion.
There must be no excuses made, for wisdom says that a strict compliance will with this request will be for our safety and welfare.
In haste I remain yours in the firm bonds of the new and Everlasting Covenant
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Large bodies of armed men, cannon and munitions of war are course comeing on from in steamboats: These facts are communicated to the , and of the , and you will re[a]dily see that we have to prepare for the onset
In the bonds of the new and Eversting [Everlasting] Coven[an]t
I remain yours
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in your luggage very easy without creating any suspicion.
There must be no excuses made, for wisdom says that a strict compliance with this request will be for our safety and welfare.
Large bodies of armed men, cannon and munitions of war are comeing on from in steamboats: These facts are communicated to the , and of the , and you will readily see that we have to prepare for the onset
In the bonds of the new and Eversting Everlasting Covenant
I remain yours
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