Appendix 1: Letter, Lucien Woodworth to Sam Houston, 14 July 1844

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more perticuley [particularly]when I get a little more Leisure.— all recent occurncs [occurences] has prevented my making the propositions desired If you still consider the plan practecible [practicable], communetce [communicate] and a reply shall be forth comi[n]g.
On Of the particular views of the Mormes [Mormons]— I cannot have not time now to communetce <​write​>;— this you may expe[c]t herafter
With Sentime[n]ts of the highest considerati[o]n, I remain Sir, Your, Excellyes [Excellency’s] hu[m]ble servt
 
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more perticuley [particularly]when I get a little more Leisure.— recent occurncs [occurences] has prevented my making the propositions desired If you still consider the plan practecible [practicable], communetce [communicate] and a reply shall be forth coming.
Of the particular views of the Mormes [Mormons]— I have not time now to write;— this you may expect herafter
With Sentiments of the highest consideration, I remain Sir, Your, Excellyes Excellency’s humble servt
 
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