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Letter from Don Carlos Smith and William Smith, 6 March 1839

Letter from Don Carlos Smith and William Smith, 6 March 1839

that the Mormons would rise up to liberate you; consequently too many going to see  you might make it worse for you; but we all long to see you, and have you  come out of that lonesome place. I hope you will be permitted to come to your  families before long, do not worry about them, for they will be taken care of; all we  can do will be done, farther further than this we can only wish, hope, desire, and pray  for your deliverance.
Joseph Smith Jr, Liberty Mo. [p. 39]
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Don Carlos Smith and William Smith, letter, Quincy, IL, to JS and Hyrum Smith, Liberty, MO, 6 Mar. 1839; handwriting of James Mulholland; in JS Letterbook 2, pp. 38–39; JS Collection, CHL.

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