1854 December 21 Letter to George Hill

Title

1854 December 21 Letter to George Hill

Description

Tithing credit will be given upon receipt of the donation. In order to give timely, sizable aid the Presidency needs physical possession of the donations to the Perpetual Emigration fund.

Type

Correspondence

Sender

Daniel Mackintosh

Recipient

George Hill

Date

1854 December 21

Location

Great Salt Lake City
Ephraim

Subject

Tithing
Perpetual Emigration

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G. S. L. City Decr. 21st 1854

Bro. George Hill,

Your letter of Novr 7th was duly recd. and in relation to the fat ox which you mentioned we wish it to be delivered at the General Tithing office in this City just as soon as you can conveniently.
indebtedness to the P. E. Fund Company should never be lost sight of, and the property, instead of being scattered throughout the settlements, it ought to be placed immediately under the eye, and control of the President and assistants, so that at any moment the entire capital of the Company could be made available to <the> service desired and much needed in bringing the sons & daughters of Zion from oppression to the liberty, and sweet association enjoyed by the faithful in the fat vallies of Ephraim.
Until the property is delivered we cannot place the amount to your credit on the Companys books.

With Kind regards I Remain

Your Brother in the Gospel
Daniel Mackintosh
Treasurer

Item sets

G. S. L. City Decr. 21st 1854

Bro. George Hill,

Your letter of Novr 7th was duly recd. and in relation to the fat ox which you mentioned we wish it to be delivered at the General Tithing office in this City just as soon as you can conveniently.

indebtedness to the P. E. Fund Company should never be lost sight of, and the property, instead of being scattered throughout the settlements, it ought to be placed immediately under the eye, and control of the President and assistants, so that at any moment the entire capital of the Company could be made available to <the> service desired and much needed in bringing the sons & daughters of Zion from oppression to the liberty, and sweet association enjoyed by the faithful in the fat vallies of Ephraim.

Until the property is delivered we cannot place the amount to your credit on the Companys books.

With Kind regards I Remain

Your Brother in the Gospel
Daniel Mackintosh
Treasurer