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    Part of Letter from Alexander S. Campbell, 14 December 1893

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    THE STATE BANK of UTAH CAPITAL $500,000. KELLY & CO. LITND S.L. CITY Heber J. Grant, President William B. Preston, Vice Prest Heber M. Wells, Cashier. Salt Lake City, Utah, 12/14 1893 Prest Wilford Woodruff City; Dear Bro; I have received your communication relative to ^my^ starting on a mission to the Southern States on January 20th 1894, and I am pleased to be able to respond to the call. My knowledge of the principles of ...
    Dates:
    December 14, 1893
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    Part of Letter from Alexander S. Campbell, 14 December 1893

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    Alex. S. Campbell Dec. 14 [18]93. Accepts Mission
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    Part of Letter from Angus K. Nicholson, 11 December 1893

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    224 5th St., Dec. 11, 1893. President Wilford Woodruff: City, Dear Brother:- Your com- ummunication of the 9th Inst., stating that my name had been accepted as a missionary to the Southern States, is before me. I am proud to have been deemed worthy to engage in the labor which I have been selected to perform. I shall make arrangements to start from this city on December 30, as requested, and shall present myself at the Historian's Office on the day previous to my ...
    Dates:
    December 11, 1893
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    Part of Letter from Angus K. Nicholson, 11 December 1893

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    departure. That I may con- tinue to have the confidence of the Priesthood, is the sincere wish of, Your humble servant and brother in the Gospel, Angus K. Nicholson. Endorsed— O.F. Whitney, Bishop. Good— J.F.S. ...
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    Part of Letter from Angus K. Nicholson, 11 December 1893

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    Angus K. Nicholson Dec. 11 '93
    Dates:
    December 11, 1893
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    Part of Letter from Christian P. Thompson, 6 December 1893

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    Levan Juab Co. Utah Dec 6th 1893. Pres't Wilford Woodruff Dear Brother Yours of Nov 24th ult is duly received and contents noted in answer I say: In regard to the mission upon which I am requested to start on the 13 day of Jannuary 1894, I desire to comply, if possible to raise the necessary funds for the journey. and I hope to be able to do so. And to be on hand at the appointed time. Your Bro in the Gospel of Christ
    Dates:
    December 6, 1893
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    Part of Letter from Christian P. Thompson, 6 December 1893

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    Christian P. Thompson Dec. 6 [18]93.
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    Part of Letter from Christopher Jenson, Jr., 18 December 1893

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    Redmond, Sevier Co., Utah, Dec 18th 1893. Pres. Wilford Woodruff, le Dear Bro: Your welcome letter of Dec 13th rec'd contentsnt's carefully noteded In reply will say, I feal to thank God that I have ben found worthy to fullful a mission and preach the gosple. Owing to my financial condition and my obligations to the district school being bound by contract to teach till the Middle of May it seames imposable for me to be ready to leave untell April 1st but ...
    Dates:
    December 18, 1893
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    Part of Letter from Christopher Jenson, Jr., 18 December 1893

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    Christian Jensen Jr Dec. 18 [18]93
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    Part of Letter from Edward Newton, 4 December 1893

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    Mona, Dec 4 [18]943 President Wilford Woodruff Dear Brother your favor of Nov 24th calling me as a missionary to go the Southern States. after due consideration and with the help of the Lord, I accept the call and will do my best to be on hand at the time appointed Your Brother in the gospel of Christ Edward Newton James. H. Newton Bishop O.K. J. F. S. ...
    Dates:
    December 4, 1893
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    Part of Letter from Edward Newton, 4 December 1893

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    Edward Newton Dec. 4 [18]93.
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    Part of Letter from George Halladay, 15 December 1893

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    Albert Singleton, Superintendent. OFFICE OF Provo Co-operative Institution, DEALERS IN GENREAL MERCHANDISE, AND ALL KINDS OF UTAH PRODUCE Provo City, Utah, Dec 15th 1893 President Wilford Woodruff Dear Brother Yours of December 13th Inst to hand, in answer will say that my financial position at the present time, will not permit me to accept the appointment as missionary to the Southern States, thanking you for the confidence expressed. I remain Very Respectfully Your Brother Geo Halladay This ...
    Dates:
    December 15, 1893
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    Part of Letter from George Halladay, 15 December 1893

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    Geo. Halliday Dec. 15th [18]93.
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    Part of Letter from H. D. Goldsbrough, 14 December 1893

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    Brock Dec 14, 1893 President Wilford Woodruff Salt Lake City Dear Friend Your very important communicia^a^tions just at hand and I can assure you that it is a great Surpise to me. I appreciate the confidence you have placed in me in thinking I am worthy of such a calling but I have weighed an considered the matter and finally concluded that I cannot in justice to my self and family accept the mission at present oweing to my peculiar situation the short ...
    Dates:
    December 14, 1893
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    Part of Letter from H. D. Goldsbrough, 14 December 1893

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    notice and the lack of money. It appears to me that whoever suggested my name to you could not have stopped to consider how little prepared I am for any thing of a religious nature as my my chances for informing my self self have been very limited and I am sorry to state I have not improved the opportunities which have been presented. Hoping your present good opinion of me will not diminish. I remain Your Friend and Brother H.D. Goldsbrough Nephi Utah ...
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    Part of Letter from H. D. Goldsbrough, 14 December 1893

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    P. S. I have just qulified to act as City Marshal for a term of 2 years I hope I will be better prepared in the future T. H. G. Parkes Bp. 2nd Ward Nephi Suppose, we say to him that we will hold his name over until he feels prepared to go when he can let us know. J. F. S. ...
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    Part of Letter from H. D. Goldsbrough, 14 December 1893

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    H. D. Goldsbrough Dec. 14 [18]93.
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    Part of Letter from Heber C. Jex, 16 December 1893

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    Spanish Fork, Dec. 16th, 1893. Prest. Wilford Woodruff, Salt Lake City. Dear Brother: Yours of 13th to hand in due time, in reply will say. I will be on hand at the appointed time and will endeavor to do my part in the fulfillment of said mission. Awaiting further instructions, I remain, Your brother in the gosple, Heber C. Jex All right. J. F. S. George D. Snell Bishop ...
    Dates:
    December 16, 1893
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    Part of Letter from Heber C. Jex, 16 December 1893

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    Heber C. Jex Dec. 16 [18]93.
    Dates:
    December 16, 1893
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    Part of Letter from J. M. Dalton, 17 December 1893

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    Springville Dec 17 18943 President Wilford Woodruff Dear Bro. in answer to yours of the 13 inst will say that I will be Pleased to fill the mission you have see fit to call me too if I can possibly arange my ^affairs^ so that I can go. which I believe I will be able to do. I will let you know in very few days how I am getting along with them Very Your Bro in the Gospel J. M Dalton
    Dates:
    December 17, 1893