Letter to Brigham Young, 8 September 1844

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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young, 8 September 1844

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    Chicago Sept 8th 1844 President B. Young Dear Sir We arived in Chicago last night after a journey of 10 days. We got along well considering all things. my wife however is a bed this morning tired out and most sick it is tedious journeying with Children. I have a few questions I wish to ask, and a request or two to make. Br Jones holds in his hands an order from you on me for $500 five hundred Dollars ...
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    September 8, 1844
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    I have made Enquiry among the Saints as I came along about furnishing the teams with a load of sumthing for the Temple wheat seemed to be about the ownly thing that their was a prospect of getting and that generally was not thrashed, a number spoke of driving Beef cattle. I told them it would be acept- able. I spent the night with Br. Simpson B. Huffaker one mile for south of Green field he says he has about 400 bushels of wheat he will turn into ...
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    all they trade with them in this way for their is more mort- gages and attachments upon their property in Nauvoo than the value of them. I do not know but their object in comeing here is to take boat to the Eastene State or Canidas to practice the same fraud would it not be well to cauth^i^on all the Churches through the Neighbor & times & Season to beware of having any deal with them or the Fosters or Higbys. I should think any Saint ought to know better ...
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    [sideways text] Mr Brigham Young Nauvoo Ill [end of sideways text] Letter from W. Woodruff to Brigham Young filed Sept 21st 1844 —  [sideways text] Septr 8th 1844 Sepr—8 [end of sideways text]