Letter from Isaac Galland, 18 January 1842

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. Jan 18th 1842
President Joseph Smith—
Dr Sir—
On the receipt of the above note I am at a loss to determine whether you intend it as an absolute dun or as an appeal to my liberality to advance funds for your relief— but Let it be either case, I assure you sir, it is not in my power to advance at this time 5 Dollars. untill I obtain it from some of my creditors or in some other way— As to coming to , I have long desired to come there, and shall certainly do so, as soon as I can so arrange the matters which I am now engaged in, as to be able consistantly to leave here, in the meanwhile believe me very respectfully yours
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. Jan 18th 1842
President Joseph Smith—
Dr Sir—
On the receipt of the above note I am at a loss to determine whether you intend it as an absolute dun or as an appeal to my liberality to advance funds for your relief— but Let it be either case, I assure you sir, it is not in my power to advance at this time 5 Dollars. untill I obtain it from some of my creditors or in some other way— As to coming to , I have long desired to come there, and shall certainly do so, as soon as I can so arrange the matters which I am now engaged in, as to be able consistantly to leave here, in the meanwhile believe me very respectfully yours
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