Letter from G. W. Henry, 18 July 1841

Golden point 18th July 1841
Gentlemen, this will inform you  that I am now on my way to the  pinery and intended to have cal[l]ed  at your City, but find it out of my  power To do so so— Having been informed  By Mr brown that you were contempla[ting]  the Building <of> a mill in the pinery— I have  thought that I could probably be of  Some servis to you, if we could  meet at Fort Winebago, or in the pine ry— I shall be at the fort in abo ut ten days & would be very <glad> to facil itate your interests in any way in  my powers if you intend locating  on the wisconsin River you  will leave the mississipi at  Galena and go by land unless  the Wisconsin is up— inquire  for me of Capt Lord at Fort Wine bago & if I can I certainly will  do all in my power to advanse  your interests—
with due Respect & esteem I am  gentlemen yours &c—
G. W. Henry [p. [1]]
G. W. Henry, Letter, Golden Point, IL, to JS, Nauvoo, IL, 18 July 1841; presumably handwriting of G. W. Henry; one page; Helen B. Fleming Collection, CHL.