Letter from Thomas W. Foster, 8 January 1844

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Jan. 8th 1844
Please direct your letter to the corner of Beech & Hudson No. 42—
Dear Brother Joe.
At the beginning of a New Year, I take the liberty of addressing you for the purpose of learning how the good cause of Mormanism is flourishing in the West,— Excuse my presumption in writing so familiarly to so great a man— and lay it all to my zeal in the cause of religion— Be kind enough to let me know all the particulars about — I have some idea of settling their for the purpose of practicing Medicine— If you think I can do well, please inform me as soon as possible, I remain
Your most devoted friend and servant
Th W. Foster
P.S. you will oblige me very much by answering this immediately—
Th. W. Foster [p. [1]]
Jan. 8th 1844
Please direct your letter to the corner of Beech & Hudson No. 42—
Dear Brother Joe.
At the beginning of a New Year, I take the liberty of addressing you for the purpose of learning how the good cause of Mormanism is flourishing in the West,— Excuse my presumption in writing so familiarly to so great a man— and lay it all to my zeal in the cause of religion— Be kind enough to let me know all the particulars about — I have some idea of settling their for the purpose of practicing Medicine— If you think I can do well, please inform me as soon as possible, I remain
Your most devoted friend and servant
Th W. Foster
P.S. you will oblige me very much by answering this immediately—
Th. W. Foster [p. [1]]
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