Discourse, 13 August 1843–B, as Reported by William Clayton

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he next spake of & the little skirmish he had with him about a week ago he spoke of interfering when he had no business. He then spake of the abuses he received at the election by King & the board of Judges. Also of the Grog & Beer shops & said he should rip them up. He then showed that had bound himself by an Oath to to deliver J into the hands of the Missourians if he could & finally in the name of the Lord withdrew the hand of fellowship from him & put it to the vote of the people. He was cut off by a unamous vote & orders to demand his licence. [p. [88]]
he next spake of & the little skirmish he had with him about a week ago he spoke of interfering when he had no business. He then spake of the abuses he received at the election by King & the board of Judges. Also of the Grog & Beer shops & said he should rip them up. He then showed that had bound himself by an Oath to to deliver J into the hands of the Missourians if he could & finally in the name of the Lord withdrew the hand of fellowship from him & put it to the vote of the people. He was cut off by a unamous vote & orders to demand his licence. [p. [88]]
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