Letter from Hyrum Smith, 2 January 1840

in Slaughtering them. I think there will be a good  deal of trade carried on in this line another year.  You may expect to hear from us soon again. I  sent you a copy of the deposit I made to Holmes & Co.  which I hope you will receive safe
I am very affectionately
We have concluded not to send any duplicates in this  letter. The pacages of duplicates will be directed  to Judge Higbee, thinking they will come more safe  to his address [p. 94]
Hyrum Smith, letter, Nauvoo, IL, to JS and Elias Higbee, Washington DC, 2 Jan. 1840; handwriting of Howard Coray; in JS Letterbook 2, pp. 91–94; JS Collection, CHL.