I received a
letter this morning from
[Sidney] Rigdon ; who writes that
he missed having the chills one week but that it had returned again— I
forwar ded him a letter from Judge Young
Richey has just received a letter from
answer to one that she lately sent, stating that none of our
there preaching; which gives me reason to think that
is not there. I have recd. the
letter you gave me, mailed at
Pratt has gone home, Mr.
Richards has forsaken use,
a And also has not paid
me the money which we lent him.
says he has not recd. any funds yet. I was obliged I was obliged to
let Bro. Pratt have money to go home, and likewis to
pay his board here; which will take about all the borrowed money we owed
him. Consequently it will not be many weeks before I shall send for
made no objections to honoring the order from
. I wish you would comfort my wife.
If you have an opportunity I should be very glad to receive a word of
comfort by letter or by the Boys.
writes for me not to think of
publishing the documents now as we have not the means of so doing. I shall
write again soon. Be assured as ever of the best feelings of my
heart. Give my love to all enquiring friends
P.S. I do not
preach publickly just now for I have not time: but am preaching privately.
Some of them have got so much self righteousness that I have not been able
[to] do much with them yet. yet