Letterbook 2

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me by informing me at your earliest opportunity
The price of the balance in the tract near , including an average proportion of timber, and an average proportion of prarie, will be, I should think 450/100 dollars per acre. None of the prairie, alone has been sold less than 3 dollars, and some at 3 and a half, and I am cofident that four and a half dollars is for timber and prarie is verry low, and espicially as a credit except for a small amount would be extended to the purchasers— The other tract is nearly all prarie, but the finest selection of that region— It is probably worth three and a half dollars p’r acre— As my paper is out I have only room to request my respects, presented to all friends at
I beg you to tell the editor of the Times and Seasons that as soon as my health allows me to go to the Bank, I shall send them $10,
Your obt. Servt.
Letter from Sidney Rigdon • 3 April 1840
James Ivans April 3d. 1840
Bro. J. Smith Jr.
Dear Sir, I thought I would occupy, a portion of this morning in writing to you= by a letter received from yesterday, I have learned that the Senate has decided, that they have no constitutional right to interfere in the case between us and the people of ; & refer us to the Courts for redress; either those of or the, Now I am confident, that there is but one person in , that we can see with safety, and that is , and he is known to be a bankrupt, and unable to pay his debts, that if we should see him, we will have the cost to pay, as he has nothing to pay it, [p. 125]
me by informing me at your earliest opportunity
The price of the balance in the tract near , including an average proportion of timber, and an average proportion of prarie, will be, I should think 450/100 dollars per acre. None of the prairie, alone has been sold less than 3 dollars, and some at 3 and a half, and I am cofident that four and a half dollars for timber and prarie is verry low, and espicially as a credit except for a small amount would be extended to the purchasers— The other tract is nearly all prarie, but the finest selection of that region— It is probably worth three and a half dollars p’r acre— As my paper is out I have only room to request my respects, presented to all friends at
I beg you to tell the editor of the Times and Seasons that as soon as my health allows me to go to the Bank, I shall send them $10,
Your obt. Servt.
Letter from Sidney Rigdon • 3 April 1840
James Ivans April 3d. 1840
Bro. J. Smith Jr.
Dear Sir, I thought I would occupy, a portion of this morning in writing to you= by a letter received from yesterday, I have learned that the Senate has decided, that they have no constitutional right to interfere in the case between us and the people of ; & refer us to the Courts for redress; either those of or the, Now I am confident, that there is but one person in , that we can see with safety, and that is , and he is known to be a bankrupt, and unable to pay his debts, that if we should see him, we will have the cost to pay, as he has nothing to pay it, [p. 125]
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