Letter to Edward Hunter, 26 January 1842

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January 26— <1842>
Mr. ,
Dear Sir
I write you at this moment  To let you know that I have been obliged  to transfer your note of of $1100— to Messrs   & , on settlement as  Collateral security. Therefore you will please  keep f forward eleven hundred dollars of  the money <you> shall get on the Letter of attorny  from . To Messrs Laws for the  redemption of your note which I transferred to  them,— & I will make the application of the  same to the purposed purposes you have desired—  & according to my letters to you of the 5th. of Jany.  & 21 of december, In which I mentioned to particallry  about the situation of affairs here, and also—  about the forwarding of the Letter of Attorny From   according to your request. —
Do not suppose sir that I have made  the above transfer to crowd upon you; Far from  it, It has been a matter of necesity & will not  Injure you. as the mony you get on the  power of Attorny, is coming to me,— and if a part  is applied to liquidate your note to Law. & the  note returns to my hands it will be the same  to you as though the transfer had not been made,  &c the remainder you will please to retain as  according to my last letter.
The church is in a prosperous condition, &  the Saints are exerting themselves with all their  powers to complete the , The hea[l]th of the   is good.
I am paying for your house, in goods  & also the Land which I bought of Robinson. for  you. Mr Robinson has profferd me other lands  in addition, which I shall secure so soon as I [p. [1]]
January 26— 1842
Mr. ,
Dear Sir
I write you at this moment To let you know that I have been obliged to transfer your note of $1100— to Messrs & , on settlement as Collateral security. Therefore you will please forward eleven hundred dollars of the money you shall get on the Letter of attorny from . To Messrs Laws for the redemption of your note which I transferred to them,— & I will make the application of the same to the purposes you have desired— & according to my letters to you of the 5th. of Jany. & 21 of december, In which I mentioned to particallry about the situation of affairs here, and also— about the forwarding of the Letter of Attorny From according to your request. —
Do not suppose sir that I have made the above transfer to crowd upon you; Far from it, It has been a matter of necesity & will not Injure you. as the mony you get on the power of Attorny, is coming to me,— and if a part is applied to liquidate your note to Law. & the note returns to my hands it will be the same to you as though the transfer had not been made, &c the remainder you will please to retain according to my last letter.
The church is in a prosperous condition, & the Saints are exerting themselves with all their powers to complete the , The health of the is good.
I am paying for your house, in goods & also the Land which I bought of Robinson. for you. Mr Robinson has profferd me other lands in addition, which I shall secure so soon as I [p. [1]]
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