cred and dear, and dispise no man for differing with me in matters of opinion.
Accept Dear Sir, my best wishes for your welfare, and desire for further acquaintance, I close my letter, by giv ing you some quotations which you will have the goodness to read.
The second epistle of Paul to Timo thy, 1: 5–7. 2: 10–14. 4: 2–7. Ephesians 4: 10–18. 1st Corinthians 12: 1–31. 8: 3–6. Ephesians 4: 1–8. The 1st Epistle of John 1: Mathew, 3: 13–17. St. John 3: 1 16. 10: 1–50. 28: 18–20. St. Luke 24: 45–53. If you wish another ad dress on this subject, you have only to let me know, and it shall be attended to.
JOSEPH SMITH, Jr.
N. B. If , or if the have not made a purchase of your land, and if there is not any one who feels a particular interest in mak ing the purchase, you will hold it in re serve for us; we will purchase it of you at the proposals that you made to Mr. Barlow. We think the church would be wise in making the contract, therefore, if it is not made before we are liberated, we will make it.
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