[A.] Bradley [Brown]
and misunderstood yet ever returning Good for evil, blessing for cursing. And at the last after being reviled, scoffed at, spit upon, whipped, he meekly suffered himself to be cruelly put to death praying for his tormentors with his last breath. O dear friend let us give our hearts to Christ our Saviour and love him and follow in his footsteps forever then however far we may be separated while we each follow our destiny here, we shall meet again above the region of storms in that bright mansion of the blessed the home of our Saviour & Father to part again no more forever. 00082
Hickory Hill, Wisc.
Original letter dimensions: 24.0 x 19.5 cm
Reel 01, Image 0029
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