1858 June 25 Letter to James Ferguson

Title

1858 June 25 Letter to James Ferguson

Description

Brigham consents to the occupation of the herd ground and gives additional instructions.

Type

Correspondence

Sender

Brigham Young

Recipient

James Ferguson

Date

1858 June 25

Location

Provo

Subject

Military
Government
Security

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Provo June 25th 1858
Genl. James Ferguson

Dear Brother:-
Your favors of yesterday and to-day are before me. Inform Col. Little and Co. to take herds from the Merchants as you suggested and proceed immediately to the occupying of the herd ground.
Captain Hooper will see Mr. Kavanagh.
Inform John <Bolwinkel> that he should by all means be constantly found at the Office.
Instruct Col. Little not to be responsible for stock especially against Indians.
I remain as ever your brother in Christ

Brigham Young

P. S. You can <show> the other letter of even date to Gov. Cumming.

B. Y.

Item sets

Provo June 25th 1858

Genl. James Ferguson

Dear Brother:-
Your favors of yesterday and to-day are before me. Inform Col. Little and Co. to take herds from the Merchants as you suggested and proceed immediately to the occupying of the herd ground.

Captain Hooper will see Mr. Kavanagh.

Inform John <Bolwinkel> that he should by all means be constantly found at the Office.

Instruct Col. Little not to be responsible for stock especially against Indians.

I remain as ever your brother in Christ

Brigham Young

P. S. You can <show> the other letter of even date to Gov. Cumming.
B. Y.