Letter to Oliver Granger, 4 May 1841

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City of May 4, 1841
Dear .
having retur[n]ed  and given me a statement of his jour ney and proceedings in the East, which  have been very pleasing and satisfac tory. I was sorry to hear that you had  been so sick, and not able to attend  to business as much [as] could be desired.
I have since heard that you have  had a relapse, and that you were very  sick again, this I was sorrry to hear—  However I hope you will yet recover  and that we shall see you at this  place before long.
I am very anxous indeed to have  the matters which concern the First  Presidency settled as soon as possible,  for until they are I have to labor under  a load that is intolerable to bear, I  therefore respectfully reccommend to  you to give a whole statement of the  whole affairs to who is  yet in the east, and will be in  soon, and get him to take the matter  into his hands and get the thing business  straitened up. This I must beg leave  to urge upon you to do, for delays are  dangerous, your health is precarious  and if any thing should occur— [p. [1]]
City of May 4, 1841
Dear .
having returned and given me a statement of his journey and proceedings in the East, which have been very pleasing and satisfactory. I was sorry to hear that you had been so sick, and not able to attend to business as much [as] could be desired.
I have since heard that you have had a relapse, and that you were very sick again, this I was sorrry to hear— However I hope you will yet recover and that we shall see you at this place before long.
I am very anxous indeed to have the matters which concern the First Presidency settled as soon as possible, for until they are I have to labor under a load that is intolerable to bear, I therefore respectfully reccommend to you to give a statement of the whole affairs to who is yet in the east, and will be in soon, and get him to take the matter into his hands and get the business straitened up. This I must beg leave to urge upon you to do, for delays are dangerous, your health is precarious and if any thing should occur— [p. [1]]
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