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Letter to Emma Smith, 27 June 1844

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and all my Friends Mrs Brower and all who in after inquire after me and as for treason I know that I have not commited any and they cannot prove one apearance of any thing of the kind So you need not have any fears that any harme can happen to us on that score may God bless you all Amen
Joseph Smith
P. S. 20 mi to 10— I Just learn[ed] that the is about to disband his troops, all but a guard to protect us and the peace,— and come himself to and deliver a speech to the people. This is right as I suppose. [about 11 lines blank] [p. [2]]
and all my Friends Mr Brower and all who inquire after me and as for treason I know that I have not commited any and they cannot prove one apearance of any thing of the kind So you need not have any fears that any harme can happen to us on that score may God bless you all Amen
Joseph Smith
P. S. 20 mi to 10— I Just learned that the is about to disband his troops, all but a guard to protect us and the peace,— and come himself to and deliver a speech to the people. This is right as I suppose. [about 11 lines blank] [p. [2]]
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