Letter from Horace Hotchkiss, 19 December 1842

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19th Decr. 1842
Rev. Jos. Smith
D. Sir— Yours of 26th. ultimo is just at hand and in reply to it I shall merely say that it is probable you will see me out at next spring when it will afford me much happiness to meet you and make some arrangement relative to the property at that place— It has been apparently impossible to obtain any very correct information respecting the state of affairs at your untill my friend visited when from him I received an account in considerable detail— I am aware that your time is necessarily much occupied and also that persicutions have recently driven you often from but still I have thought that you could write me more frequently and now beg you to do so as I am greatly interested in all that transpires in the City of
Make my respects to all my friends and accept for yourself my sincere well wishes.
Yours &c
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19th Decr. 1842
Rev. Jos. Smith
D. Sir— Yours of 26th. ultimo is just at hand and in reply to it I shall merely say that it is probable you will see me out at next spring when it will afford me much happiness to meet you and make some arrangement relative to the property at that place— It has been apparently impossible to obtain any very correct information respecting the state of affairs at your untill my friend visited when from him I received an account in considerable detail— I am aware that your time is necessarily much occupied and also that persicutions have recently driven you often from but still I have thought that you could write me more frequently and now beg you to do so as I am greatly interested in all that transpires in the City of
Make my respects to all my friends and accept for yourself my sincere well wishes.
Yours &c
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