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APPENDIX I

The most convenient manner of dealing with us would be to establish us in one place where we might live and labour in peace. All State obligations in the form of taxes we would pay, only we cannot be soldiers.

If the Government were to find it impossible to consent to this, then let it give us the right of emigration into one of the foreign countries. We would willingly go to England or (which is most convenient) to America, where we have a great number of brothers in the Lord Jesus Christ.

From the fulness of my soul I pray the Lord for the welfare of thy family.—The servant of Christ,

Peter

(living in exile in the Government of Tobolsk).