Letter from Parley P. Pratt, 4 December 1841

triumph and hear, and bear their Reproach.  When Shall the power of falsehood Cease to prevail,  and the Lord come out of his hiding place, and make  bear his Arm in the eyes of the nations, in behalf  of his own cause, and his own people?
Do not be angry with your old friend for earnestly seeking  this knowledge, or some information on the subject of  these times, for I feel to humbly solisit at your hand  a word on these subjects. In the mene time be assured  that you have my love and best Wishes, and give the  same to all enquiring friends.— I Remain your  Brother in the cause of truth.
President, J, Smith.
[Written along left side margin] All the American friends, in this country are well as far as I know.
Mr, Joseph Smith,
Nauvoo, Hancock Co,
State of Illinois.
United States.
Decr. 4th. 1842 [1841]
Dec 4. 1841
Parley P Pratt  to  Joseph Smith [p. [4]]
Partley P. Pratt, Letter, Manchester, England, to JS, Nauvoo, IL, 4 Dec. 1841; handwriting of Parley P. Pratt; four pages; JS Collection, CHL.