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Manuscript Releases, vol. 5 [Nos. 260-346], Page 436

I saw in my last vision that Waukon was not the place for John.... I saw that he had been in perfect bondage to his uncles and had tried in every way to please them. A continual fear of his uncles has been upon him.... I saw again that it was not safe for John to be in Waukon for other reasons.... I saw that John should not go to Waukon to remain there.—Letter 2, 1863. (To Brother Cornell, June 20, 1863.)

Brother Andrews left his aged mother, an only brother ... and many friends in America, to obey the call of God and enter this new missionary field. He came to you at quite a sacrifice.

Elder Andrews is a conscientious servant of Jesus Christ.... We sent you the ablest man in all our ranks.... We needed Elder Andrews here. But we thought his great caution, his experience, his God-fearing dignity in the desk, would be just what you needed. We hoped you would accept his counsel, and aid him in every way possible while he was a stranger in a strange country.—Letter 2a, 1878. (To “Dear Brethren in Switzerland,” August 29, 1878.)

Sorrow upon sorrow will come upon us if he [Elder Andrews] is removed from us.—Letter 1, 1854. (To Sister Harriet [Stevens], March 10, 1854.)

He [Elder Andrews] leaves for Europe next week. Our prayers are that God may go with him.—Letter 50b, 1874. (To Edson and Emma White, September, 1874.)

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