Letter from Frederick Taylor, 30 January 1843

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— Illinois
January 30th 1843.
To Joseph Smith Esqr.
Prophet &c.
Dear friend
Permit me with the utmost respect to offer for your acceptance the enclosed Deed of Conveyance of some Land in Madison County near — and which I have been informed is valuable—
The Deed is made to me by the New York and Boston Illinois Land Company (Nevins & Alstyne) and my sincere wishes are that you may live many happy years to enjoy the benefits of said Property— and all the blessings of this life to the discomfiture of your wicked enemies. Allow me also to return my thanks to you for your polite attention to me during my visit to your — and should I settle with my family in there is no place that I should prefer to .
With the best of wishes for you and your family I beg leave to subscribe myself
You’rs truly
Fredk Taylor. [p. [1]]
— Illinois
January 30th 1843.
To Joseph Smith Esqr.
Prophet &c.
Dear friend
Permit me with the utmost respect to offer for your acceptance the enclosed Deed of Conveyance of some Land in Madison County near — and which I have been informed is valuable—
The Deed is made to me by the New York and Boston Illinois Land Company (Nevins & Alstyne) and my sincere wishes are that you may live many happy years to enjoy the benefits of said Property— and all the blessings of this life to the discomfiture of your wicked enemies. Allow me also to return my thanks to you for your polite attention to me during my visit to your — and should I settle with my family in there is no place that I should prefer to .
With the best of wishes for you and your family I beg leave to subscribe myself
You’rs truly
Fredk Taylor. [p. [1]]
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