Manuscript Releases, vol. 6 [Nos. 347-418]


MR No. 360—In Sermons and Talks, Vol. 2 (Manuscript 126, 1901)

MR No. 361—Regarding Annie Smith

Annie Smith is with us. She is just the help we need, she takes right hold with James and helps him much. We can leave her now to get off the papers and can go out more among the flock.—Letter 8, 1851, p. 7. (To Brother and Sister Howland, November 12, 1851.) 6MR 118.1

I saw that you could do no better now than to marry Angeline; that after you had gone thus far it would be wronging Angeline to have it stop here. The best course you can now take is to move on, get married, and do what you can in the cause of God. Annie's disappointment cost her her life.—Letter 1, 1855, p. 1. (To J. N. Andrews, August 26, 1855.) 6MR 118.2

Released March 7, 1974.