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Letter from John M. Bernhisel, 11 April 1842

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April 11th 1842.
Dear Brother,
On the 29th ultimo, I forwarded to you by a private conveyance fifteen dollars, being the amount due on the land which you had the goodness to purchase for me, and on the 5th instant, I deposited in the post office a certificate of deposite, payable to your order, on the Butchers & D[r]overs’ Bank in this for one hundred and eighty one dollars and seventy five cents, contributed by members of this branch and that of New Rochelle, in aid of the funds for the erection of the of the Most High, since which time I have received five dollars from brother Ezra Oakley for the same object, which I send you by Bush Reynolds who is about to take his departure for .
I am with great respect Yours in the N. E. [new and everlasting] Covenant
176 Hudson St.
P.S. If any tax shall be imposed on my land the current year, will you have the kindness to let me know the amount of it. [p. [1]]
April 11th 1842.
Dear Brother,
On the 29th ultimo, I forwarded to you by a private conveyance fifteen dollars, being the amount due on the land which you had the goodness to purchase for me, and on the 5th instant, I deposited in the post office a certificate of deposite, payable to your order, on the Butchers & Drovers’ Bank in this for one hundred and eighty one dollars and seventy five cents, contributed by members of this branch and that of New Rochelle, in aid of the funds for the erection of the of the Most High, since which time I have received five dollars from brother Ezra Oakley for the same object, which I send you by Bush Reynolds who is about to take his departure for .
I am with great respect Yours in the N. E. new and everlasting Covenant
176 Hudson St.
P.S. If any tax shall be imposed on my land the current year, will you have the kindness to let me know the amount of it. [p. [1]]
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