Letter to Oliver Granger, 4 May 1841

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I shall be anxous to hear from you, as soon as possible, relative to these matters &c
I am with great respect very respectfully
Joseph Smith
Mr
 
The house and store encumbered by the debts for the “Plates” are now at liberty, <that debt> having <been> settled that debt You can therefore let t[ake] control over them untill I settle w[ith] him. You will also keep possession of the Keys of the . until you receive further instructions from me.
Joseph Smith
sends his respects to you and family.— [p. [3]]
I shall be anxous to hear from you, as soon as possible, relative to these matters &c
I am with great respect very respectfully
Joseph Smith
Mr
 
The house and store encumbered by the debts for the “Plates” are now at liberty,
Joseph Smith
sends his respects to you and family.— [p. [3]]
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