Letter to Isaac Morris, 16 June 1843

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June 16th. 1843
Mr Esqr
Dr Sir;—
Since my interview with you at a few weeks ago I have endeavoured to find the letter I spoke to you about but have been unsuccessful. I have found a minute of the propositions which I took at the time, And from that minute it appears that the S. W. 4— 6— 8 is owned by Mr Meekes of and upon <the strength of> which we have sold or rather bargained the land to some emigrants, Now Sir, if you can come to any conclusions [illegible] [as] to what you would like to do in the case, I would be happy to receive a line, as the agency is in your hands. We are ready at any time to enter into a contract according to the terms I mentioned in my last.
We would also contract for the S. W. 84— 6— 8 if you will make known your terms, and we can comply with them. Please write us immediately on the subject.
Yours respy for Joseph Smith
Adams Coy Ill: [p. [1]]
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June 16th. 1843
Esqr
Dr Sir;—
Since my interview with you at a few weeks ago I have endeavoured to find the letter I spoke to you about but have been unsuccessful. I have found a minute of the propositions which I took at the time, And from that minute it appears that the S. W. 4— 6— 8 is owned by Mr Meekes of and upon the strength of which we have sold or rather bargained the land to some emigrants, Now Sir, if you can come to any conclusions [as] to what you would like to do in the case, I would be happy to receive a line, as the agency is in your hands. We are ready at any time to enter into a contract according to the terms I mentioned in my last.
We would also contract for the S. W. 84— 6— 8 if you will make known your terms, and we can comply with them. Please write us immediately on the subject.
Yours respy— for Joseph Smith
Adams Coy Ill: [p. [1]]
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