Minutes and Discourses, , Hancock Co., IL, 6–8 Apr. 1843; in JS, Journal, 1842–1844, book 2, pp. –; handwriting of ; JS Collection, CHL.
the most forbidding. which doubtless has producd some feeling—— I have never had a doubt of the work . . . my feelings concerning were always the same, & told my family to guard that fellow. for some time he will make a rupture among this people.— had so little confidence. I always felt myself at his difiance.— I was once theatend [threatened] by , <if I would not coincide with his words.> I have just such a threatnig [threatening] letter from. . that if I did not turn my course. I should feel the force of his power.— there is an increase <of my> of hea[l]th & strength. & I desire to serve you in any way it is possible for me to do. If any one has any feelings I hope they will express them.— [p. ]