Letter to Robert D. Foster, 11 March 1840

past. There is now every prospect of our haveing  a good society, a peaceable habitation and a  desirable residence here.
May the Lord prosper our righteous  cause, and save us in the day of his  comeing!]-
As ever,
I am Your friend  And Brother in the  New and evelasting Cov't.
Joseph Smith Jun.
Adams Co
P.S. Our Business in Washington has  gone before the <a> committee on <the> judiciary without  a dissenting voice. We have recently received  two letters from Judge [Elias] Higbee to this effect.  He is well, But pres’t. [Sidney] Rigdon yet has  the chills and fever.
Our best respects to Bro.  Wilbur & family; and to all other  friends in that section
As before
J.S. Jun [p. [2]]
JS, letter, Nauvoo, IL, to Robert D. Foster, Beverly, IL, 11 Mar. 1840; unidentified handwriting; two pages; JS Collection, CHL. Includes endorsements.