Letter from John C. Bennett, 25 July 1840

Journal” to give you an idea of my professional standing.
On the first of this month I was appointed to the office of  “Quarter-Master General of the State of Illinois,” which office  I expect to hold for some years, I hope you have been well,
In haste. Write me immediately.
Yours Respectfully
Messrs Smith & [Sidney] Rigdon. [p. 170]
John C. Bennett, letter, Fairfield, IL, to JS, Nauvoo, IL, 25 July 1840; handwriting of Howard Coray; in JS Letterbook 2, pp. 169–170; JS Collection, CHL.