1858 September 27 Letter to C.C. Pendleton


1858 September 27 Letter to C.C. Pendleton


Gratitude is express for the use of Pendleton's shop and notice given that the machinery will be returned to Salt Lake.




Brigham Young


C.C. Pendleton


1858 September 27


Great Salt Lake City


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Presidents Office
Great Salt Lake City. Sept 27. 1858.

Elder C. C. Pendleton.

Dear Brother.
Your note in relation to your shop, machinery &c. has been received. As we have concluded to remove the Machinery back to this city, you will perceive that we shall not need the shop. Bro. Davis will arrange matters with you in regard to improvements, use of shop &c. in such manner at least as shall be satisfactory to you. We are thankful to you for the readiness with which you give us the use of the shop and trust that you will in no case be the looser.

We hope that your health may improve, and pray that Heavens choicest Blessings may rest down upon you.

I remain truly your Brother in the Gospel of Christ.

Brigham Young