Letter, Horace Hotchkiss to Hyrum Smith, 13 May 1841

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13th. May 1841
Esqr.
D. Sir— Since you and were at my house I have been anxiously waiting for some communication relative to the farms in and which were to have been given us in payment for Interest and for my Ivins note— I have recd. no letter and am much at loss to account for the delay— You must be aware that some arrangem[en]t should be made without very great delay— The liberal manner in which this transaction has been treated by me and my friends I think entitles us to reciprocal good feeling and promptitude of action— Will you oblige me by replying to this immediately?
I have been much gratified by seeing pu[b]lished in many papers here the glowing description of cer[e]monies at the laying of the corner stone for your great
Make my respects to all friends and believe me still your sincere friend
Yours truly
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25
CT.
MAY 12
 
Rev.
Hancock County
Illinois
 
to Jos. Smith
May 13/41