Letter from Reuben Hedlock, 10–21 January 1844

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If you have time to spare I wish you would Call and see my wife and family and see how they are geting on and Comfort them I think if I was as near them as you are I would Call and see them Yours truly
I wish you would clocet [collect?] the ammount of the Notes I have [illegible] for I have Paid the Gold for them and I do not want [8 words illegible] see fit to aply it
Jany. 10th. 1844
Eng to P[r]st. Joseph Smith & the quorum of the twelve Apostles. [p. [24]]
If you have time to spare I wish you would Call and see my wife and family and see how they are geting on and Comfort them I think if I was as near them as you are I would Call and see them Yours truly
I wish you would clocet [collect?] the ammount of the Notes I have for I have Paid the Gold for them and I do not want see fit to aply it
Jany. 10th. 1844
Eng to Prst. Joseph Smith & the quorum of the twelve Apostles. [p. [24]]
Page [24]