1858 June 23 Letter to Alfred Cumming

Title

1858 June 23 Letter to Alfred Cumming

Description

Brigham thanks Cummings for the documents sent and sustains any efforts to protect Constitutional rights.

Type

Correspondence

Sender

Brigham Young

Recipient

Alfred Cumming

Date

1858 June 23

Location

Provo

Subject

Governor's Office

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Provo, June 23rd, 1858.
Dear Sir:--
Your esteemed favor of the 21st inst., and accompanying document, also a copy of your Proclamation, bearing date June 14th, are at hand, and permit me to tender you my thanks for the gratification derived from their perusal.
Feeling to assure you that your efforts in behalf of Constitutional rights and liberty will ever be sustained to the utmost by the people of Utah, and trusting that those efforts may continue to prevail over all illegal and oppressive counsels and plans, which would subvert the principles and blessings of our Republican Government, I have the honor to remain,

Very Respectfully,

Your obedt. Servt.

Brigham Young
To His Excellency
Gov. Cumming

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Provo, June 23rd, 1858.

Dear Sir:--
Your esteemed favor of the 21st inst., and accompanying document, also a copy of your Proclamation, bearing date June 14th, are at hand, and permit me to tender you my thanks for the gratification derived from their perusal.

Feeling to assure you that your efforts in behalf of Constitutional rights and liberty will ever be sustained to the utmost by the people of Utah, and trusting that those efforts may continue to prevail over all illegal and oppressive counsels and plans, which would subvert the principles and blessings of our Republican Government, I have the honor to remain,

Very Respectfully,
Your obedt. Servt.

Brigham Young

To His Excellency
Gov. Cumming