Letter from Edward Partridge, 3 January 1840

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Ill. Jany. 3d 1840
Dear brethren
The following is a list of land patents held by me for land in Mo. which being heavy we think best not to send, but to send you the list of them so that you can go to the recorder’s office of land patents and get him to certify that such patents are recorded in his office <​their​>
This we concieve to be the cheapest and safest way weight is about eight ounces
Certificate No. 3172 dated March 8th 1834— Recorded in Volume 6 page 180— Exd
Certificate No 1871— Dated Decr. 5th 1833— Recorded in vol. 6 page 446— Exd
Certificate No. 1872— Dated Decr. 5th 1833— Recorded [in] Vol. 6 page 447— Exd
Certificate No. 1873— Dated Decr. 5th 1833— Recorded in Vol. 6 page 448— Exd.
Certificate No. 14— Dated March 8th 1834— Recorded in Vol. 6— page 471— Exd
Certificate No. 1961— dated Decr. 5th 1833— Recorded Vol. 7 page 37— Exd
Certificate No. 1962— dated Decr. 5th 1833— Recorded Vol. 7 page 38— Exd
Certificate No. 2317— dated January 20th 1834 Recorded in Vol. 7. Page 387 Exd
Certificate No. 26— Dated March 8th 1834— Recorded [in] Vol. 8. page 483 Exd.
Certificate No. 27— Dated March 8th 1834— Recorded i[n] Vol. 8. page 484— Exd.
Certificate No. 34— Dated Sept. 12th 1835 Recorded Vol. probably 6 or 8 the figure is so obscured that it is difficult to tell what it is. Page 491 Exd.
Certificate No. 3172— dated Nov. 4th 1835— Recorded in Vol. 9 page 272— Exd
What the Exd. means I do not know but it is on the patents and <​I​> do not know but that it may be of use
I remain yours in the bonds of
the everlasting Covenant
J. Smith Jun.
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Ill. Jany. 3d 1840
Dear brethren
The following is a list of land patents held by me for land in Mo. which being heavy we think best not to send, but to send you the list of them so that you can go to the recorder’s office of land patents and get him to certify that such patents are recorded in his office their
This we concieve to be the cheapest and safest way weight is about eight ounces
Certificate No. 3172 dated March 8th 1834— Recorded in Volume 6 page 180— Exd
Certificate No 1871— Dated Decr. 5th 1833— Recorded in vol. 6 page 446— Exd
Certificate No. 1872— Dated Decr. 5th 1833— Recorded in Vol. 6 page 447— Exd
Certificate No. 1873— Dated Decr. 5th 1833— Recorded in Vol. 6 page 448— Exd.
Certificate No. 14— Dated March 8th 1834— Recorded in Vol. 6— page 471— Exd
Certificate No. 1961— dated Decr. 5th 1833— Recorded Vol. 7 page 37— Exd
Certificate No. 1962— dated Decr. 5th 1833— Recorded Vol. 7 page 38— Exd
Certificate No. 2317— dated January 20th 1834 Recorded in Vol. 7. Page 387 Exd
Certificate No. 26— Dated March 8th 1834— Recorded [in] Vol. 8. page 483 Exd.
Certificate No. 27— Dated March 8th 1834— Recorded in Vol. 8. page 484— Exd.
Certificate No. 34— Dated Sept. 12th 1835 Recorded Vol. probably 6 or 8 the figure is so obscured that it is difficult to tell what it is. Page 491 Exd.
Certificate No. 3172— dated Nov. 4th 1835— Recorded in Vol. 9 page 272— Exd
What the Exd. means I do not know but it is on the patents and I do not know but that it may be of use
I remain yours in the bonds of
the everlasting Covenant
J. Smith Jun.
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