1851 November 26 Letter to John Wheeler

Title

1851 November 26 Letter to John Wheeler

Description

Questions to John Wheeler about why he is not supporting his invalid sister. She has been under the care of a Thomas I. Williams, who brought her from Kanesville in his company.

Type

Correspondence

Sender

Brigham Young

Recipient

John Wheeler

Date

1851/11/26

Location

Great Salt Lake City
Provo, Utah

Subject

Personal
Civic Work
Domestic

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Great Salt Lake City, Nov. 26, 1851

Dear Brother,
Brother Thomas I. Williams informs me that he has brought your sister who is an invalid, in his company from Kanesville and supported her since her arrival Brother Thomas thinks that he has about done his part he has done if she can be taken off from his and I am informed that she is the only sister that you have in I must confess that it looks strange to me that being a sister you should permit any one else than yourself to provide should suppose that you would esteem it a privilege which If I am rightly informed you have scarcely Poverty itself would scarcely prevent favorable circumstances with which therefore a Portion wherewith the Lord comfort, conselation, and support
she has a brother who feels an interest impart a portion of his substance able to render a better account of your stewardship
to the master of the vineyard. so shall
suplied in your basket and in your no one shall be able to gainsay you
me "not I was an hungred and ye came
May the peace of our holy blessing unto the faithful be multiplied upon you brother in
the bonds of the gospel
Brigham Young

To Mr. John Wheeler,
Provo Utah Co.

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Great Salt Lake City, Nov. 26, 1851 

Dear Brother, 

Brother Thomas I. Williams informs me that he has brought your sister who is an invalid, in his company from Kanesville and supported her since her arrival Brother Thomas thinks that he has about done his part [illegible] he has done if she can be taken off from his [illegible] and I am informed that she is the only sister that you have in [illegible]I must confess that it looks strange to me that being a sister [illegible] you should permit any one else than yourself to provide [illegible] should suppose that you would esteem it a privilege [illegible] which If I am rightly informed you have scarcely  [illegible] Poverty itself would scarcely prevent  [illegible] favorable circumstances with which [illegible] therefore a Portion wherewith the Lord [illegible] comfort, consolation, and support [?] she has a brother who feels an interest  [?]  impart a portion of his substance able to render a better account of your stewardship [illegible] to the master of the vineyard.  so shall [illegible] supplied in your basket and in your[?] no one shall be able to gainsay you [illegible] me "not I was an hungred and ye came [illegible] 

May the peace of our holy [illegible]  blessing unto the faithful be multiplied upon you                                                                         

[Your] brother in the bonds of the gospel 

Brigham Young 
 

To Mr. John Wheeler, 
Provo  Utah Co.