Report of Agents, circa 30 January 1841

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The agents for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, for the purchasing and selling lands and transacting the business of the Church, would respectfully report:
—That during the interval which has elapsed since their last report, nothing of great importance has transpired in regard to their busness transactions of the
Some lots have been sold since that time, but very little means have been realized, hardly sufficient to meet the current expences,— yet they do not feel discouraged but cheerfully bear up under the burden believing that when they needed assistance; the brethren would come to their assistance with cheerfulness and delight and assist in moving along the great wheel which has commenced to roll in these last days—
The statement of situation of the City plot is as follows.
In the their there have been sales made amounting to about $83.000.—
There are about <​full​> 175 lots remaining unsold & several fractions on the river which are valued at— 112.000.
In the purchase There have been sold Lots amounting to 15.000
There are about 32 lots (exclusive of the block)) on which Resides valued at) 20.000
In the White’s purchase There have been lots sold amounting to 15.000
The estimated value of the remaing lots 20.000
265 000
There have been sales made to widdows and other poor of the Church that from which we cannot expect to receive any pay amounting to 45-000
2,20.000
The purchase of the lands, and the various expences connected with the same will before the whole be settled probably amount to 2,00.0◊◊
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The agents for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, for the purchasing and selling lands and transacting the business of the Church, would respectfully report:
—That during the interval which has elapsed since their last report, nothing of great importance has transpired in regard to their busness transactions
Some lots have been sold since that time, but very little means have been realized, hardly sufficient to meet the current expences,— yet they do not feel discouraged but cheerfully bear up under the burden believing that when they needed assistance; the brethren would come to their assistance with cheerfulness and delight and assist in moving along the great wheel which has commenced to roll in these last days—
The situation of the City plot is as follows.
In the there have been sales made amounting to about $83.000.—
There are about full 175 lots remaining unsold & several fractions on the river which are valued at— 112.000.
In the purchase There have been sold Lots amounting to 15.000
There are about 32 lots (exclusive of the block)) on which Resides valued at) 20.000
In the White’s purchase There have been lots sold amounting to 15.000
The estimated value of the remaing lots 20.000
265 000
There have been sales made to widdows and other poor of the Church from which we cannot expect to receive any pay amounting to 45-000
2,20.000
The purchase of the lands, and the various expences connected with the same will before the whole be settled probably amount to 2,00.0
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