Letter to Justin Butterfield, 16 January 1843

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“I hope that both of your kind and amiable families are well, and you will please to give them all my best respects. I hope to see you all soon. When the officer arrives I shall be near at hand. I shall see you all again. Please to write me at immediately.
Yours, respectfully
,
P. S. Will please to hand this letter to after reading?
This is his letter verbatim et literatim In the foregoing the designs of are very plainly manifest; and to see his rascallity you have only to read some articles from his pen published in the “Times and Seasons” about 2 years ago; on the subject of the affair.
I shall be happy to hear from you on this subject as soon as convenient. Also if you have received any communication from . We are ready to execute the Mortgage at any time.
Yours very respy Joseph Smith
by Agent
P. S. I would just remark that I am not at all indebted to for this letter but to who after he had read it, immediately brought it to me. [p. [3]]
“I hope that both of your kind and amiable families are well, and you will please to give them all my best respects. I hope to see you all soon. When the officer arrives I shall be near at hand. I shall see you all again. Please to write me at immediately.
Yours, respectfully
,
P. S. Will please to hand this letter to after reading?
This is his letter verbatim et literatim In the foregoing the designs of are very plainly manifest; and to see his rascallity you have only to read some articles from his pen published in the “Times and Seasons” about 2 years ago; on the subject of the affair.
I shall be happy to hear from you on this subject as soon as convenient. Also if you have received any communication from . We are ready to execute the Mortgage at any time.
Yours very respy Joseph Smith
by Agent
P. S. I would just remark that I am not at all indebted to for this letter but to who after he had read it, immediately brought it to me. [p. [3]]
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