1858 March 4 Letter to Philip K. Smith

Title

1858 March 4 Letter to Philip K. Smith

Description

Brother Robb is willing to take Tithing stock as partial payment for his loan to the Emigration Fund. Smith is to arrange the exchange.

Type

Correspondence

Sender

Brigham Young

Recipient

Philip K. Smith

Date

1858 March 4

Location

Great Salt Lake City

Subject

Business Matters
Financial
Tithing
Emigration Fund

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Presidents Office
Great Salt Lake City
Mar. 4 1858
Bishop Philip K. Smith.
Dear Brother:-
We are indebted to Brother Robb the bearer of this note for money loaned to the Liverpool Office to defray the expenses of the emigration: Brother Robb is willing to take some stock in part payment and we wish you to furnish him such as you consistently can and he is willing to take of Tithing stock cattle, sheep or any other that you may have and he wants. Render an account to this Office by the first mail after you have dealt with him that we may know how the matter stands.
May the Lord bless and prosper you. I remain as ever

your Brother in the Gospel of Christ.

Brigham Young

Item sets

Presidents Office
Great Salt Lake City

Mar. 4 1858

Bishop Philip K. Smith.

Dear Brother:-
We are indebted to Brother Robb the bearer of this note for money loaned to the Liverpool Office to defray the expenses of the emigration: Brother Robb is willing to take some stock in part payment and we wish you to furnish him such as you consistently can and he is willing to take of Tithing stock cattle, sheep or any other that you may have and he wants. Render an account to this Office by the first mail after you have dealt with him that we may know how the matter stands.

May the Lord bless and prosper you. I remain as ever

your Brother in the Gospel of Christ.

Brigham Young