Letter from Orson Hyde, 17 April 1841

Manchester, April 17th 1841.
Dear Bro. Joseph:—
Once more I take my pen  to write a few lines to you; most gladly  would I embrace the opportunity of a per sonal interview with you, did it offer; but  vain is the indulgence of such thoughts  at present. [p. 482]
Orson Hyde, Letter, Manchester, England, to JS, Nauvoo, IL, 17 Apr. 1841; in Times and Seasons, 15 July 1841, 2:482–483.