Letter from Benjamin Winchester, 18 September 1841

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livelyhood I should like it very much There is much printing to do in and as I am prety well <somewhat> acquainted with that buisness perhaps you could get me a situation of that kind
is here and talks of staying till Spring but whether he will or not a I cannot tell neither do I care for it not any of my business All I have to say is that the way the repremand given in the “Times and Seasons” is explained away is a caution [illegible] it amounts to this the Lord and you were mistaken H[e] pretends that he has not got mon[ey] enough; to this, I say he had money enough according to his own statement when he arrived here first to overtake in England or Germany which he might <have> done had he been expeditious And he says that has enough to bear the expenses of them both I think that he has given up the idea of overtaking in Europe but thinks of sed a going immediately to without passing through the interior of Europe Dont understand me that I wish to accuse to you for I do not— It seems to me that will be on his way back before gets there [p. [3]]
livelyhood I should like it very much There is much printing to do in and as I am somewhat acquainted with that buisness perhaps you could get me a situation of that kind
is here and talks of staying till Spring but whether he will or not I cannot tell neither do I care for it not any of my business All I have to say is that the way the repremand given in the “Times and Seasons” is explained away is a caution it amounts to this the Lord and you were mistaken He pretends that he has not got money enough; to this, I say he had money enough according to his own statement when he arrived here first to overtake in England or Germany which he might have done had he been expeditious And he says that has enough to bear the expenses of them both I think that he has given up the idea of overtaking in Europe but thinks of going immediately to without passing through the interior of Europe Dont understand me that I wish to accuse to you for I do not— It seems to me that will be on his way back before gets there [p. [3]]
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