Letter to Emma Smith, 4 June 1834

can truly say, we have been treated with respect by the people while on the road, have  met with no insult except now and then an instance when the spies have  seen our brethren away from the camp. For want of room I must stop  writing, but in due time after I arrive to my place of destination will take an  opportunity to write more fully. Be assured that I always remember you to  my Heavenly Father and hope you will do the same for your
Kirtland, Geauga County Ohio [p. 59]
JS, letter, Pike County, IL, to Emma Smith, Kirtland, OH, 4 June 1834; handwriting of James Mulholland; in JS Letterbook 2, pp. 56–59; JS Collection, CHL.