Letter from John E. Page, 8 August 1842

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August 8 1842
To Joseph Smith—
of the — Sir
Yours of the 16th of July came duly to hand asking for nails this is to say it is not posible for me to raies them at present yet I will keep trying & hope to succede by and by The brethren are poor and under <​a​> heavy tax the force and power of predudice is against us here the Saints are the most of them out of Steady employ [p. [1]]
August 8 1842
To Joseph Smith—
of the — Sir
Yours of the 16th of July came duly to hand asking for nails this is to say it is not posible for me to raies them at present yet I will keep trying & hope to succede by and by The brethren are poor and under a heavy tax the force and power of predudice is against us here the Saints are the most of them out of Steady employ [p. [1]]
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