Letter to Thomas Ford, 26 June 1844

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Jail June 26—, 1844
10. mi past 8. A M.—
His Excellency, .
Sir, I would again solicit your Excellency for an intervew, having been much dis–appointed in the past Evening. I hope you will not deny me this privilige any longer that than your public duties shall absolutly require— I <​We​> have been committed, under a false Mittimus, and conseqently the proceedings are illegal, & we desire the time may be hastened when all things shall be made right, and we relised [released] from this imprisonmet,
Your Servt,
Joseph Smith
P.S. p[l]ease send an answer pr bearer.
The interview will take place at my earliest leisure to day
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Jail June 26—, 1844
10. mi past 8. A M.—
His Excellency, .
Sir, I would again solicit your Excellency for an intervew, having been much dis–appointed the past Evening. I hope you will not deny me this privilige any longer than your public duties shall absolutly require— We have been committed, under a false Mittimus, and conseqently the proceedings are illegal, & we desire the time may be hastened when all things shall be made right, and we relised [released] from this imprisonmet,
Your Servt,
Joseph Smith
P.S. please send an answer pr bearer.
The interview will take place at my earliest leisure to day
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