Lewis Allen, Pseudonym

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    Part of Letter to John Taylor and George Q. Cannon, 20 August 1886

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    2 Ashley he dare not arrest men there alone for the Indians had threatened his life if he did but now as he had two Marshals to help him and some backing of Anti Mormons and Apostates they were prepared to comence work it was beleaved by my friends that brought out papers to arest one L. A. and a number of Poligamist in the place and some friends who professed to understand the inside track were sure they were going to com^m^ence a raid on the early morning of the 23 of ...
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    Part of Letter to John Taylor and George Q. Cannon, 29 June 1886

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    to farm an acquaintance with the Allen family, especialy the old gentleman but I dant think he learnt much. But it is naw reparted that he is returning to this place with other marshals with papers far men, and same think for L. A. and athers, and in cansequence I think it wisdam I think to take a place out of sight for a season. But bretheren it is nat for this purpase that I write to you It is upon the situatian of this Ashley ward that ...
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    Part of Letter to John Taylor from Lewis Allen and Wilford Woodruff, 2 May 1885

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    St G. May 2 [18]85 President John Taylor Beloved Brother I write to say, That it is necessary for [gen lecorder] M.F.F. to take a mission somewhere, and it appears to me it would be better to send each them to New Zealand, or some field where they can do some good there to send Men who can stay at home in safety. I have had my mind upon New Zealand for him. He is ready & willing to go ...
    Dates:
    May 2, 1885
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    Part of Letter to John Taylor from Lewis Allen and Wilford Woodruff, 20 March 1885

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    a reliable source not to come up and expose him- self. The same party wished us to get word to you, not to give your enemies any chance; but I was satisfited that you would be kept advised of all things necessary for your protection. I wish it distinctly understood that I do not wish to interefere with any counsel given by the Presidency of the Church, but in this case, I did not think you would approve of it yourself and I have told them so; and they are acting upon it and are going to stop ...
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    Part of Letter to John Taylor from Wilford Woodruff and Lewis Allen, 25 November 1879

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    6 raise, if they can; as bread stuff is as high again here as it is there. I should like to be informed, as soon as you receive this, what the prospect is about the companies, and what the chance will be be about their bringing cows with them. We can begin to feel and see the importance of the counsel and views of President Young, years ago concerning this country, and he often said; "Brethren, form you settlements in Arizona ^and^ New Mexico, for the day will come ...
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    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 13 January 1880

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    and good bed and a good sister Mary Smith to wait on one like a kind mother, and my room is the council house of the fort. The emigrating brethren call upon me by day and the Sunset brethren in the evening and we talk together and council upon the things of the Kingdom. And I am as hap- py as any old bachelor can be and I think rather more so, for when I kneel down to pray I remember that I once did have some wives and children in
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    Part of Letter to Joseph F. Smith, 30 January 1889

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    instantly killed McDonald & McCarly were covered with the wreck, but not Dangerously Wounded 8 cars were wrecked We are in hopes that G. Q will get the benefit of the Copper act, if so He will be out in about 12 days L John wishes to be Remembered My Love to all L Allen ...
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    Part of Letter to John Taylor, 25 November 1879

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    raise, if they can: as bread-stuff is as high again here as it is there. I should like to be informed, as soon as you receive this, what the prospect is about the companies, and what the chance will be about their bringing cows with them. We can begin to feel and see the importance of the counsel and views of President Young, years ago concerning this country, and he often said: "Brethren, form your Settlements in Arizona ^and^ New Mexico, for the day will come ...
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    Part of Letter to William Atkin, 12 August 1887

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    Brother Atkin Asabel is about to build his in Home to put a wife in in the S. E. Canon of Emmas Lot He wish to put a connector grout foundation 2 1/2 feet or so to the lys of the ground with you please state to me as a Brother how etc should be made He is stately of Drowning the crops of granite from the Temple Block instead of Common ground How would that do what proportion of Lime is Nessery with ...
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    Part of Letter to William Atkin, 28 April 1888

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    PRESIDENT'S OFFICE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST. OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS. GIBSON MILLER & RICHARDSON, OMAHA [sideways text] Rd May 3rd answered [end of sideways text] 1888 P. O. BOX B. Salt Lake U.T. April 28 1888 Dear Brother Atkin I have No time to write a Letter to day [accetp] to say I have Enclosed a Photo to you to day which I hope you will get to see what on old Man Looks like we are still in the ...
    Dates:
    April 28, 1888