Letter from Hiram Barney, 24 January 1842

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January 24th. 1842
President Joseph Smith
Dear Sir,
During my last visit  to I paid my respect to you and held a  conversation with you in relation to the lands of  Abijah Fisher Esqr situated in your . It was  then understood between us that the negotiations  which were then commenced should be prose cuted by letter. To obviate any unpleasant  feelings which you may have growing out of the  connection which has had with this  business I take the liberty to assure you that that  individual is no longer charged with instructions  to negotiate or interfere with us in the transactions.  If you choose to buy you will receive the prop erty directly from Mr Fisher without the inter vention of any third person.
Mr. Fisher owns the undivided one  third part of Sixty acres equal to Twenty acres  of land— The situation of this property in  the centre of the flourishing and rapidly [p. [1]]
January 24th. 1842
President Joseph Smith
Dear Sir,
During my last visit to I paid my respect to you and held a conversation with you in relation to the lands of Abijah Fisher Esqr situated in your . It was then understood between us that the negotiations which were then commenced should be prosecuted by letter. To obviate any unpleasant feelings which you may have growing out of the connection which has had with this business I take the liberty to assure you that that individual is no longer charged with instructions to negotiate or interfere with us in the transactions. If you choose to buy you will receive the property directly from Mr Fisher without the intervention of any third person.
Mr. Fisher owns the undivided one third part of Sixty acres equal to Twenty acres of land— The situation of this property in the centre of the flourishing and rapidly [p. [1]]
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