Letter to Thomas Ford, 23 June 1844

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will be as soon as we can get our witnesses & prepare for trial. We shall expect the <​to​> take our witnesses with us and not have to wait a subpoena, or a part at least. so as not <​to​> detain the procedings. although I <​we​> may want time for coun[s]el.—
<We remain Most Repectfuly
Your ’s Humble Servts
Joseph Smith
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will be as soon as we can get our witnesses & prepare for trial. We shall expect to take our witnesses with us and not have to wait a subpoena, or a part at least. so as not to detain the procedings. although we may want time for counsel.—
We remain Most Repectfuly
Your ’s Humble Servts
Joseph Smith
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