1857 June 1 Orders for Horace S. Eldredge

Title

1857 June 1 Orders for Horace S. Eldredge

Description

An order of supplies to be filled by Eldredge.

Type

Correspondence

Date (allowed formats: yyyy, yyyy/mm, yyyy/mm/dd)

1857 June 1

recipient

Horace S. Eldredge

location

Great Salt Lake City

Subject

Supplies
Buisness Matters
Financial

list of authors

Brigham Young

extracted text

1 June 1857.
G. S. L City, Orders to be executed by H. S. Ellridge.
2 Boxes, one X single tin (cash deposited here $39.00)
1 No. 2. Prem. Stove & Castings, without boiler, coffee-pot or tea Kettle.
address "Alfred Best," and forward by early train, Fit to be pr. here.

one or two setts piano Bass strings, four setts of Piano strings have been sent on, but not one Bass among them, You will know what I want when I tell you they are thick "gut" wound with Copper wire like the strings on a Violincello or Bass fiddle.

You will also find our Printer's Bill enclosed, and as I have added these so do. when you can conveniently purchase them do.

We want you to send us some powder, and continue sending both sorts, for Rifle and some for blasting.

truly yours.

Brigham Young

P. S. The note presented by Woodard for Ferryage of M. Andrews & C. Harper's $90.and for which they left a wagon, A. O. Smoot offered to give them an order on St. Louis & take the wagon, now they may keep the wagon & pay themselves.

Item sets

1 June 1857.
G. S. L City,

Orders to be executed by H. S. Ellridge.

2 Boxes, one X single tin (cash deposited here $39.00)
1 No. 2. Prem. Stove & Castings, without boiler, coffee-pot or tea Kettle.
address "Alfred Best," and forward by early train, Fit to be pr. here.

one or two setts piano Bass strings, four setts of Piano strings have been sent on, but not one Bass among them, You will know what I want when I tell you they are thick "gut" wound with Copper wire like the strings on a Violincello or Bass fiddle.

You will also find our Printer's Bill enclosed, and as I have added these so do. when you can conveniently purchase them do.

We want you to send us some powder, and continue sending both sorts, for Rifle and some for blasting.

truly yours.
Brigham Young

P. S. The note presented by Woodard for Ferryage of M. Andrews & C. Harper's $90.and for which they left a wagon, A. O. Smoot offered to give them an order on St. Louis & take the wagon, now they may keep the wagon & pay themselves.