1854 February 2 Letter to Thomas D. Brown

Title

1854 February 2 Letter to Thomas D. Brown

Description

The two Elders sent are to work under the direction of the Mission President.

Type

Correspondence

Sender

Brigham Young

Recipient

Thomas D. Brown

Date

1854 February 2

Location

Great Salt Lake City

Subject

Missionary Work
Manufacturing

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G. S. L. City Feby. 2nd, 1855.
Thomas D. Brown.
Dear Brother,
Your note, making enquiry in relation to D. Fallis, and John Sharratt, Jany 19. is received. I have only to say, these were appointed to accompany you on the Mission, and should act in concert with you under the direction of the President of the Mission. If they are not wanted, let them go, and do as they please, but it is rather a singular circumstance if the Mission is over supplied with help.
We are progressing finely with the Public Works this pleasant weather, and have a general time of Peace, health, and prosperity, for which the Lord be Praised.
The Sugar Manufactory has commenced operations with a fair prospect of success.
Praying God my heavenly father to bless, and preserve you in usefulness upon your Mission.

I Remain as ever

Your Brother in the Gospel

Brigham Young

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G. S. L. City Feby. 2nd, 1855.

Thomas D. Brown.

Dear Brother,
Your note, making enquiry in relation to D. Fallis, and John Sharratt, Jany 19. is received. I have only to say, these were appointed to accompany you on the Mission, and should act in concert with you under the direction of the President of the Mission. If they are not wanted, let them go, and do as they please, but it is rather a singular circumstance if the Mission is over supplied with help.

We are progressing finely with the Public Works this pleasant weather, and have a general time of Peace, health, and prosperity, for which the Lord be Praised.

The Sugar Manufactory has commenced operations with a fair prospect of success.
Praying God my heavenly father to bless, and preserve you in usefulness upon your Mission.

I Remain as ever
Your Brother in the Gospel

Brigham Young