Letter from Nathan B. Haswell, circa 29 January 1844

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To J[illegible]
Nau◊◊
◊◊◊◊◊◊gton [3 words illegible]
Dear Sir
[P]resumming the Notice I have caused to be published respecting your self and will be acceptable, I have by the present mail enclosed you a Burlington paper containing a hasty sketch of the short visit I made in November last. I regret that I lost the Tract, which the gave me containing the Mormon faith, but some one took it from me as I passed up the Ohio.— please present my respects to him and request him to send me one by mail please also present my kind regards to your good . Brother , and the friends I was introduced to.
I have been expecting to hear from you respecting the land of which I left a memorandum and you will oblige me much if you let me hear from you. I ought to save a part of it, and I have indulged the belief that you would continue some way to aid me in getting possession or getting a Tax title,— can you not persuade the person who is on one of the lots to take a lease under me one for one or both lots.— you will recollect they are the South East and South West Quarters of Sections three, in Township Six North in Range Eight West [p. [1]]
To J
Nau
gton
Dear Sir
[P]resumming the Notice I have caused to be published respecting your self and will be acceptable, I have by the present mail enclosed you a Burlington paper containing a hasty sketch of the short visit I made in November last. I regret that I lost the Tract, which the gave me containing the Mormon faith, but some one took it from me as I passed up the Ohio.— please present my respects to him and request him to send me one by mail please also present my kind regards to your good . Brother , and the friends I was introduced to.
I have been expecting to hear from you respecting the land of which I left a memorandum and you will oblige me much if you let me hear from you. I ought to save a part of it, and I have indulged the belief that you would continue some way to aid me in getting possession or getting a Tax title,— can you not persuade the person who is on one of the lots to take a lease under me one for one or both lots.— you will recollect they are the South East and South West Quarters of Sections three, in Township Six North in Range Eight West [p. [1]]
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