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Manuscript Releases, vol. 21 [Nos. 1501-1598], Page 311

Brother Durland will be here this Sabbath, so we changed our appointments after receiving a telegram at Stockholm, Sweden, from Elder Lane.

There has been an earnest desire for me to speak to the people in this new place where the tent is to stand this summer and fall. I decided to come again the Sabbath after being at Southampton, and then go on to Grimsby to speak to them, so I can speak in this new place under the tent.

We will go to London next Monday. Stay there till Wednesday—see the friends that are to sail to Africa, then go to Southampton a week from this next Sabbath, and the week following be at ______ where the tent is.

This is all I can write you of news at the present time, so I will stop and send this at once. I have heard that you all had a rough, hard time on the steamer. I was so sorry for you all. But we have never taken a journey when we have been favored by the Lord as on this occasion after you leaving us at Christiania.

I see much work to be done. May the Lord give me clear, spiritual vision to discern my work and to do it. One thing I must mention, Would it not be well to give Elder Waggoner the light-colored chair and the dishes and the bedding he needs, if his is not coming on? What think you? These things consider and do according to your best judgment.

I hope to hear of Mary's continued improvement. I feel myself quite improved with the exception of pain in the base of the brain, but I hope this will pass away.

I am glad Sarah is with you. She will guard Mary, I hope, faithfully.—Letter 85, 1887.

Ellen G, White Estate

Silver Spring, Maryland,

April 18, 1991.

Entire Letter.

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