Letter, Wilford Woodruff to Solomon Copeland, 19 March 1844

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<​repaid​> in your feelings for taking a journy of this kind; I trust Sir you will favor me with an answer to this, the earlist opportunity, I will forward you with this Letter a copy of General Smith views of the powers & policy of the government
With sentiments of respect I subscribe myself your Friend
Col
P.S. Please give my respects to Mrs Copeland & all enquiring friends [Abraham] Smoot & Alexanders & all the Southen Brethren with their families are well as far as I know.— I should be much pleased to have an inte◊◊ with you & esspecially to have you see General Smith you would like him he is the master Spirit of the age you would be pleased with I think come & see us if possible, As you are a military man, I think you would like to see our out whi[c]h no about 4000, men
 
Col.
Pigeon Roost P. C
Henry Co.
Tennessee
 
Copy
 
March 19, 1844
to Col.
 
Copy) March 19th. 1844
to Coll. [p. [4]]
repaid in your feelings for taking a journy of this kind; I trust Sir you will favor me with an answer to this, the earlist opportunity, I will forward you with this Letter a copy of General Smith views of the powers & policy of the government
With sentiments of respect I subscribe myself your Friend
Col
P.S. Please give my respects to Mrs Copeland & all enquiring friends [Abraham] Smoot & Alexanders & all the Southen Brethren with their families are well as far as I know.— I should be much pleased to have an inte with you & esspecially to have you see General Smith you would like him he is the master Spirit of the age you would be pleased with I think come & see us if possible, As you are a military man, I think you would like to see our out which no about 4000, men
 
Col.
Pigeon Roost P. C
Henry Co.
Tennessee
 
Copy
 
March 19, 1844
to Col.
 
Copy) March 19th. 1844
to Coll. [p. [4]]
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