Letter from Calvin A. Warren, 13 July 1842

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July 13th 1842
Genl. Joseph Smith
Dear Sir; Messrs & have just performed their Mission in this and departed for — At their request I drop you this line to inform you of their success here— they called on who gave them all the assurances they desired to obtain, of the import I wrote and said to you— wrote a letter of introduction for to he is satisfied with it— we also found s abolition Manifesto to Mr. [Charles V.] Dyer! It will ensure no little attention for in Jefferson City! they say they can kill him with it, I suppose they dont mean murder Public opinion has not been enlisted to any extent in behalf of the ! has conferred with & others, and has reason to be, as we think he is, satisfied that no danger threatens you in that direction! As to my coming up, as you request, either myself or can probably come up next week— If any think [thing] special demands our assistance, let us know and we shall be always ready to serve you—
The cases of Bankrupts enclosed, 6 cases please have Wasp publish in next number & continue 2 or 3 weeks only— a mistake in the Journal makes this necessary! Mr. Caltin wrote me that he would be [p. [1]]
July 13th 1842
Genl. Joseph Smith
Dear Sir; Messrs & have just performed their Mission in this and departed for — At their request I drop you this line to inform you of their success here— they called on who gave them all the assurances they desired to obtain, of the import I wrote and said to you— wrote a letter of introduction for to — he is satisfied with it— we also found s abolition Manifesto to Mr. Charles V. Dyer! It will ensure no little attention for in Jefferson City! they say they can kill him with it, I suppose they dont mean murder Public opinion has not been enlisted to any extent in behalf of the ! has conferred with & others, and has reason to be, as we think he is, satisfied that no danger threatens you in that direction! As to my coming up, as you request, either myself or can probably come up next week— If any think thing special demands our assistance, let us know and we shall be always ready to serve you—
The cases of Bankrupts enclosed, 6 cases please have Wasp publish in next number & continue 2 or 3 weeks only— a mistake in the Journal makes this necessary! Mr. Caltin wrote me that he would be [p. [1]]
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