Letter from William Perkins, 29 October 1838

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Oct 29. 1838
Joseph Smith Jr Esq
Dea[r] Sir
At Suggestion of our friend we send you Statement of our acct & demndsYou know I threw my whole influence, industry & whatever talents I have faithfully into your affairs— do something for me, “The labourer is worthy of his hire”
In the Quis tam Suits of Rounds, we have charged the differ[e]nt individuals according as we thought was about right in proportion to our Services— I spent a great deal of time & labour in my office in those suits, & though unsuccessfull it was no fault of ours you know. rebelled & we have a judgt against him for his proportion & presume it will be collected—
I have heard much of your troubles & take an interest in your welfare & believed you must [p. [1]]
Oct 29. 1838
Joseph Smith Jr Esq
Dear Sir
At Suggestion of our friend we send you Statement of our acct & demnds— You know I threw my whole influence, industry & whatever talents I have faithfully into your affairs— do something for me, “The labourer is worthy of his hire”
In the Qui tam Suits of Rounds, we have charged the different individuals according as we thought was about right in proportion to our Services— I spent a great deal of time & labour in my office in those suits, & though unsuccessfull it was no fault of ours you know. rebelled & we have a judgt against him for his proportion & presume it will be collected—
I have heard much of your troubles & take an interest in your welfare & believed you must [p. [1]]
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