Letter from Hiram Clark and Others, 21 October 1842

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, Oct. 21st. 1842.
Beloved Brother Joseph
I send you by the hand of , Sixty-two Pounds, eight shillings, to be at your disposal to expend on the , or the , as you deem expedient.
I have also left in the hands of One hundred and forty fifty dollars, in notes of one hundred dollars against — and forty against — which I have left for the purpose of building a house for myself. Should you think Sister Clarke [Thankful Gill Clark] worthy of a better house to dwell in— you will please direct the Building Committee to build one next spring about the size of ’s, and of the same materials, to be finished agreeably to the will of my Wife.
Whatever means may come into my hands shall be subject to your order either to be transmitted to you in [p. [1]]
, Oct. 21st. 1842.
Beloved Brother Joseph
I send you by the hand of , Sixty-two Pounds, eight shillings, to be at your disposal to expend on the , or the , as you deem expedient.
I have also left in the hands of One hundred and forty dollars, in notes of one hundred dollars against — and forty against — which I have left for the purpose of building a house for myself. Should you think Sister Clarke [Thankful Gill Clark] worthy of a better house to dwell in— you will please direct the Building Committee to build one next spring about the size of ’s, and of the same materials, to be finished agreeably to the will of my Wife.
Whatever means may come into my hands shall be subject to your order either to be transmitted to you [p. [1]]
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