Letter from Reuben Hedlock, 4 October 1843

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Wept <​when​> I showed him your Desission concerning him and is coming to by the first Ship to see you face to face the Breatheren say hear that he has been to[o] hasty in some things and has given some an offence but I have Do not as yet <​know​> any <​thing​> derogatory to his caricture [character] that I could say aught against him I Shall Whrite you all the particulors as fast as I come in posession of them as it Regards the printing in this land We shall stop it after the next number is published, in it we wish to publish the nuse [news] from for the benefit <​of the Saints​> and to anounce our arival in this .
Premit me hear to give you men <​my​> opinion as it Regards the printing in this land and I <​will​> Chearfuly abide your advise notwithstanding, the Star [3 words illegible] <​after we Stop the Star​> We shall have during the Shiping season to advertise and give general information in the Emigration Buisness to the Saints Scatered abroad, I think it would be Best to Republish the times and Seasons for the Benefit of the Church, the Duties on <​on Books​> are £2. 10.sh per hundred Weight and there is now 16,00 Stars circulated hear at the present and the Demand for our publications are on the increase the Duties would almost reprint the times and Season and then we could do our advertising on the last page and and if though advisable we could afford it as cheap as the presant star and Pay you somthing for the priveledg[e] of the pu[b]lishing as well as to pay it to the Crown I have not yet learned the amount of funds Rema[in]ing hear subject to your order I have not [p. [2]]
Wept when I showed him your Desission concerning him and is coming to by the first Ship to see you face to face the Breatheren say hear that he has been too hasty in some things and has given some an offence but I Do not as yet know any thing derogatory to his caricture [character] that I could say aught against him I Shall Whrite you all the particulors as fast as I come in posession of them as it Regards the printing in this land We shall stop it after the next number is published, in it we wish to publish the nuse [news] from for the benefit of the Saints and to anounce our arival in this .
Premit me hear to give you my opinion as it Regards the printing in this land and I will Chearfuly abide your advise notwithstanding, after we Stop the Star We shall have during the Shiping season to advertise and give general information in the Emigration Buisness to the Saints Scatered abroad, I think it would be Best to Republish the times and Seasons for the Benefit of the Church, the Duties on Books are £2. 10.sh per hundred Weight and there is now 16,00 Stars circulated hear at the present and the Demand for our publications are on the increase the Duties would almost reprint the times and Season and then we could do our advertising on the last page if though advisable we could afford it as cheap as the presant star and Pay you somthing for the priveledge of the publishing as well as to pay it to the Crown I have not yet learned the amount of funds Remaining hear subject to your order I have not [p. [2]]
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