Letter from Orson Hyde, 26 April 1844

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bigotry and superstition or a camel through the eye of a needle as to drive any thing through Congress that will operate against the popularity of politicians.
I shall probably leave here in a few days and will remain. I go to get money to sustain ourselves with.
I shall write again soon, and let you know what restrictions, if any, are laid upon our Citizens in relation to passing through the Indian territories. I shall communicate every thing that I think will benefit. In the mean time, if the counsel have any instructions to give us, we shall be happy to receive them, here or at .
John Ross is here, we intend to see him. It is uncertain when Congress rises— It will be a long pull in my opinion.
As ever I am Yours Sincerely
s best Respects to the Brethren [6 lines blank] [p. 6]
bigotry and superstition or a camel through the eye of a needle as to drive any thing through Congress that will operate against the popularity of politicians.
I shall probably leave here in a few days and will remain. I go to get money to sustain ourselves with.
I shall write again soon, and let you know what restrictions, if any, are laid upon our Citizens in relation to passing through the Indian territories. I shall communicate every thing that I think will benefit. In the mean time, if the counsel have any instructions to give us, we shall be happy to receive them, here or at .
John Ross is here, we intend to see him. It is uncertain when Congress rises— It will be a long pull in my opinion.
As ever I am Yours Sincerely
s best Respects to the Brethren [6 lines blank] [p. 6]
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