1851 November 29 Letter to Joseph C. G. Kennedy

Title

1851 November 29 Letter to Joseph C. G. Kennedy

Description

Acknowledgement of the receipt of materials, and that census returns had been mailed.

Type

Correspondence
Governor/Territorial Legislature

Sender

Brigham Young

Recipient

Joseph C.G. Kennedy, Superintendent of Census

Date

1851/11/29

Location

Great Salt Lake City
Washington D.C.

Subject

Business Matters
Government

extracted text

Census Office Great Salt Lake City
Deseret Nov. 29, 1851
Sir
Your letter of Sept. 17 accompanying a copy of blank schedules, circulars, &c. is this day arrived.
The Mail which left this place the first day of this Month, carried a tin box enclosing a copy of the census returns for Deseret, which I hope has reached its destination 'ere this. Never having received any Documents similar to those received this day, is the only excuse offered for not having every thing as technical as you could possibly wish.-Trusting that every thing is according to your wishes.
I remain
Very respectfully
Your ob't servt
Brigham Young
To Jos. C. G. Kennedey Esqre.
Census Agent for Deseret.
Sup.t of 7th Census

Washington

D. C.

Item sets

Census Office Great Salt Lake City
Deseret Nov. 29, 1851

Sir
Your letter of Sept. 17 accompanying a copy of blank schedules, circulars, &c. is this day arrived.

The Mail which left this place the first day of this Month, carried a tin box enclosing a copy of the census returns for Deseret, which I hope has reached its destination 'ere this.  Never having received any Documents similar to those received this day, is the only excuse offered for not having every thing as technical as you could possibly wish.-Trusting that every thing is according to your wishes.

I remain
Very respectfully
Your ob't servt

Brigham Young

To Jos. C. G. Kennedey Esqre.
Census Agent for Deseret.
Sup.t of 7th Census
Washington
D. C.