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Letter from John B. Weber, 6 January 1840

Any information respecting your mission will be thankfully received, and made known to your people here
Very respectfully yours
Jno. B Weber
Revd. Jos. Smith
and associates [p. 95]
Any information respecting your mission will  be thankfully received, and made known  to your people here
Very respectfully yours
Jno. B Weber
Revd. Jos. Smith
and associates [p. 95]
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, 6 Jan. 1840; handwriting of Howard Coray

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; in JS Letterbook 2, pp. 94–95; JS Collection, CHL.

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