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Letter from John Bernhisel, 12 July 1841

to the authorities of the Church and desires that you would inform his family that he is in the enjoyment of good health. He gives exceedingly flattering accounts of the progress of the work where he labored during the past winter & Spring and this summer.
J. M B. [p. [3]]
to the authorities of the Church and desires that you would  inform his family that he is in the enjoyment of good  health. He gives exceedingly flattering accounts of the progress  of the work where he labored during the past winter & Spring  and this summer.
J. M B. [p. [3]]
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