Letter to John Milton Bernhisel, 26 March 1850

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    Part of Letter to John Milton Bernhisel, 26 March 1850

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    [sideways text] Copy of A Letter to J. M. Bernhisel March 26th 1850 Cambridgepot Mass Mach 26th 1850 Brother Bernhisel Dear Sir I receved your interesting Letter of the 22nd intat and nothing but a croud of businss has prevented me from you upon the subjet of which you speak even befoe I receved yours. I was privileged with the company of professor O. pratt Erastus Snow & J B. Wallace on the Sabbath ...
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    March 26, 1850
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    Part of Letter to John Milton Bernhisel, 26 March 1850

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    would not suffer materially if they did not get a Territorial Government immediately or something to that Effect. I am of his opinion I think so to [&] think it would be a good plan to take his adv[i]se & withdraw the petition! If we want a Territorial Gove[rnmen]t we can call for it another session If we want a State Govern[men]t we will be in also be in a situation to apply for it if we are not confined under a Territorial. Thus you have my views & I pray God ...