Letter to Richard Ballantyne and Peter Slater, 20 June 1844

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June 20, 1844
Brothers
Ballentine [Richard Ballantyne] & , on information from you by J. McIllrich [John McIlwrick], I would advise that your families remain where they are— and be quiet, as the mob will not be likely to disturb them, but any amount of wheat or provisions you may have, you had better remove without delay to , as it will be better for you to bring it here and have your pay, than to leave it for the mob to consume, & destroy
I remain your Brother in Christ Jesus,
Joseph Smith
Ballentine &
Doyles Mills.
Near
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June 20, 1844
Brothers
Ballentine [Richard Ballantyne] & , on information from you by J. McIllrich [John McIlwrick], I would advise that your families remain where they are— and be quiet, as the mob will not be likely to disturb them, but any amount of wheat or provisions you may have, you had better remove without delay to , as it will be better for you to bring it here and have your pay, than to leave it for the mob to consume, & destroy
I remain your Brother in Christ Jesus,
Joseph Smith
Ballentine &
Doyles Mills.
Near
Ill. [p. [1]]
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