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Mar 28, 1850

Journal Entry

March 28, 1850 ~ Thursday

28th [FIGURES] I wrote 9 toLetters to N. H. Felt Thomas Cartwright
David Haines, Wm Adshead & J Gibson. It was A cold
severe snow storm through the day, I also wrote to mWm
, Smith Tuttle, Wm Low, & Amasa Lyman I recieved
two letters one from Smith Tuttle & Wm Low

Elder Leonard Hardy spent the night with me


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Lyman, Amasa Mason
30 Mar 1813 - 4 Feb 1877
288 mentions
5 mentions
Gibson, Jacob
1 Jan 1814 - 1 May 1882
48 mentions
Hardy, Leonard Wilford
31 Dec 1805 - 31 Jul 1884
227 mentions
58 mentions
Tuttle, Smith
12 Mar 1795 - 7 Mar 1865
22 mentions
Cartwright, Thomas
23 Dec 1814 - 9 Jan 1873
29 mentions

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Letter from J.S. Shaw, 28 March 1850
New York Mr. Woodruff Dear sir, Yours of the 26th inst came to hand. I supposed I could borrow in Portland the amt Mr. C mention- ed, and wrote according to Cs request to have it forwarded to you without delay. I recd information from there yesterday that they had already ad- vanced Mr C all they could possably spare and that they could not advance or loan a cent more. There is no pos- sable way of my procuring any funds here at presant. I wish you would write E and state to him the circumstances just what amount it will require to start with and that a part must be sacrificed unless that amount can be obtained, also inform him when you will leave Boston. Mr S is here I had a long interview with him this morning, he was to write his partner to day. I think if you
Letter to Amasa Mason Lyman, 28 March 1850
Brother Amasa Lyman Dear Sir I Received your kind Letter of Jan 12th by the Hand of Brother Badlam & was truly glad to hear from you. I must tell you in the Beginning that I cannot comply with your request by writing you a long letter for I cannot steal time enough to do it for I have been overwhelmed in business since Badlams Return But I will write a Litterle & begin by saying that John Taylor Erastus Snow Lorenzo Snow & F D Richards of the Twelve with about 20 Elders arived safe to the Starts States on their missions F. D. Richards with a dozen Elders or so set sail for L. pool from N. Orleans Taylor is gone to Tennessee. L Snow is in New York, Erastus Snow & Orson Pratt & J. B. Wallace spent Last Sabbath with me we had a good time. O Pratt goes to Council Bluffs & then Returns back to England E Snow goes to Liverpool in few days on his way to Sweeden, Haywood & Woolly have been with me brought some $8000 dollars worth of goods shiped it via N Orleans I shiped 20 tons of goods & Baggage on same ship for myself & company that goes with me. A Badlam left with his family a few days since for St Louis to buy cattle for my company He paid all his debts & had enough left to take his family to the vally I for Ione I am glad of it. I start on the 9th April via New York & Philadelphia


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Mar 28, 1850