Letter from Isaac Galland, 11 December 1841

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Dec 11th 1841
President J. Smith
Dear Sir
I received with great pleasure your favour of yesterday, and am I am happy to say to you, that I injoy a moderate degree of health, and shall certainly give myself the pleasure in a few days of visiting my bretheren and friends at . I am now awaiting the arrival of a Gentleman from whom I have promised to meet at this place on very important business,— I have this morning received a letter from him informing me that he will be here next week, and as soon as I have met him and made my arrangements, I shall proceed to an immediate interview with you and my friends at untill then accept assurances of the respect and esteeme of yours truly
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Dec 11th 1841
President J. Smith
Dear Sir
I received with great pleasure your favour of yesterday, and I am happy to say to you, that I injoy a moderate degree of health, and shall certainly give myself the pleasure in a few days of visiting my bretheren and friends at . I am now awaiting the arrival of a Gentleman from whom I have promised to meet at this place on very important business,— I have this morning received a letter from him informing me that he will be here next week, and as soon as I have met him and made my arrangements, I shall proceed to an immediate interview with you and my friends at — untill then accept assurances of the respect and esteeme of yours truly
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