Petition from George B. Wallace and Others and Letter from John E. Page, 30 October 1843

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Dear Bretheren
This is to say that if you in your wisdom please to grant the within petition you have my assent to the same—
If other wise we feel bound to abide your superior council as far as posible all circumstances considered
Yours in the bonds of the New covenant and no Mistake—
Please forward your answer to one to Elder Walace of and another answer to , for the inteligence of my wife— if you allow me to stay here— she will come to me if not she will not stay where she is till I return [p. [3]]
Dear Bretheren
This is to say that if you in your wisdom please to grant the within petition you have my assent to the same—
If other wise we feel bound to abide your superior council as far as posible all circumstances considered
Yours in the bonds of the New covenant and no Mistake—
Please forward your answer one to Elder Walace of and another answer to , for the inteligence of my wife— if you allow me to stay here— she will come to me if not she will stay where she is till I return [p. [3]]
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