Letter to Brigham Young, 13 January 1845

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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young, 13 January 1845

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    Liverpool. Jan 13th 1845 President Young Beloved Brother I essteem it a pleasure to spend a few moments in conversing with you by letter. I have had rather of a slow journey from Nauvoo to Liverpool but have arived at last. came into dock on the 4th inst had a rough voyage some heavy gales but got along without any difficulty we were most of us sea sick a nu[m]ber of days. we had a voyage of 25 days was 5 days in the Channel ...
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    January 13, 1845
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    in this land viz that of the Elders Bringing letters in quantities to this country which is involving us in much trouble expence & difficulty as their is £5 pounds fine upon all letters either sealed or unsealed brought to England except in Ship Bags so any that bring letters should put them into the hands of the captain, ((except it may be some private letters to us can be sent by confidential friends can be brought to us when they first come ashore)) see Elder Taylors letter. ...
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    fast as they come & thinks in consequence of the prejudices & feelings of the Saints in this country, that it would be much better for the Temple money to be sent to Nauvoo than to be paid on Orders here, thinks if it should be known that it would be a blow up to collecting funds for the Temple here they not knowing the circumstances that their money is used for other purposes than for the temple. I see from papers & Letters that the Saints in Nauvoo are about entering unto [into] a ...
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    Part of Letter to Brigham Young, 13 January 1845

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    [upside-down text] Br Young Eldr Hedlock got your lettr yesterday Jan 14 we were truly glad to again hear from you & that P P- Prat had gone to N York, to take charge of affairs in the East & publish a paper &c. 15th The Ship leaves tomorrow morn- ing it is busy times at the Office. Elder Hadlock informed me this evening that Br Fielding had an order from you & Dr Richards for £8 or ...