1858 July 24 Letter to Jacob G. Bigler

Title

1858 July 24 Letter to Jacob G. Bigler

Description

Brigham prefers the return of the incumbent for the Legislative Assembly.

Type

Correspondence
Government/Legislature

Sender

Brigham Young

Recipient

Jacob G. Bigler

Date

1858 July 24

Location

Great Salt Lake City

Subject

Government

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President's Office
Great Salt Lake City
July 24th 1858.
Bishop Jacob. G. Bigler
Dear Bro:--
Your note of the 18th inst is received. I rejoice in your fair prospects of general prosperity which attends your labors.
In regard to the member of the Legislative Assembly from your place, I think that the return of the present incumbent would be as satisfactory as any to the people, and certainly would be to me.
We have no news of general interest; May the Lord continue to Bless you and prosper you and all Israel.

I remain as ever

Your Brother in the Gospel of Christ.

Brigham Young

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President's Office

Great Salt Lake City
July 24th 1858.

Bishop Jacob. G. Bigler

Dear Bro:--
Your note of the 18th inst is received. I rejoice in your fair prospects of general prosperity which attends your labors.

In regard to the member of the Legislative Assembly from your place, I think that the return of the present incumbent would be as satisfactory as any to the people, and certainly would be to me.

We have no news of general interest; May the Lord continue to Bless you and prosper you and all Israel.

I remain as ever your Brother in the Gospel of Christ.

Brigham Young