Letters and Manuscripts — Volume 12 (1897)


Lt 199, 1897

White, W. C.

Sunnyside, Cooranbong, New South Wales, Australia

November 6, 1897

Previously unpublished.

Dear Son Willie:

This morning I commenced writing important matter at two o’clock, to be used as shall seem best. It is not finished. If it was, would send you a copy. I send you here an article. I wish you to see that it is put in a little tract at once and copies sent to me, and you have copies to distribute. I have been unable to write on any subject, but I shall now write again if the Lord will. 12LtMs, Lt 199, 1897, par. 1

Such matter as I now send you on Christmas offerings will do good. Put it in the hands of someone who will see it put through at once and copies sent to me. I will pay the expense of publishing if that is best. If it is best for the Echo office to handle it, doing with it as they think best, they can do so. Follow your own judgment, but have no delay in getting it out. Can write no more. 12LtMs, Lt 199, 1897, par. 2

All your family are well. 12LtMs, Lt 199, 1897, par. 3

In love, 12LtMs, Lt 199, 1897, par. 4


May went with Jessie to post office for letters, and she was very much disappointed. Although it would please us to hear from you, yet I know there is so much going on, that you cannot always attend to writing. 12LtMs, Lt 199, 1897, par. 5