Letter from Jacob Stollings, circa 12 April 1839

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Dear Sir Enclosed I send you the receipt which I promised and  if you will pay the necessary attention to it, and it will be a benefit to  the and to me, and I think with a little attention on your part  they can be produced, and any person who will deliver them at any point  in the so I can get them, I will compensate them well, as I know  you feel deeply interested in the welfare of the Church, and when you consider  that it will add to their character and look upon it in a proper light, you  will spare no pains in assisting me in the recovery of those books.
Your’s &c in haste
Jacob Stollings
Joseph Smith Jr [p. 50]
Dear Sir Enclosed I send you the receipt which I promised and if you will pay the necessary attention to it, and it will be a benefit to the and to me, and I think with a little attention on your part they can be produced, and any person who will deliver them at any point in the so I can get them, I will compensate them well, as I know you feel deeply interested in the welfare of the Church, and when you consider that it will add to their character and look upon it in a proper light, you will spare no pains in assisting me in the recovery of those books.
Your’s &c in haste
Jacob Stollings
Joseph Smith Jr [p. 50]
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