History, 1838–1856, volume A-1 [23 December 1805–30 August 1834]

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and to this end, we each pledge to each other, our lives our bodily powers, fortunes, and sacred honors,”?
In answer to their bold and daring resolves to guard against anticipated evils, I give the following extract from the ’s letter, in relation to this affair, dated Oct. 19th. 1833,No citizen, nor number of Citizens, has a a right to take the redress of their grievances, whether real or imaginary, into their own hands; such conduct strikes at the very existence of society, and subverts the foundation on which it is based,”
I ask, again, to whom shall blame be attached in this tragedy? When the mob previously and publicly declared their intentions; and the principles involved were understood by the Executive, as appears by the foregoing; and, also by the judiciary according to ’s letter; and the constitutions of the land guarantee equal rights and privileges to all, to whom should blame be attached, but Mobbers and to ? [HC 1:471]
31 December 1833 • Tuesday
December 31st. , was at Richland, Otsego county, New York, by Zerah Pulsipher
1834.
1 January 1834 • Wednesday
The scattered saints in commenced the year, eighteen hundred thirty four, with a , which they held in , on the first day of January, at which presided. After transacting much business relative to comforting the saints, and strengthing the scattered members of the , it was Resolved, That and be sent as special messengers, to represent the situation of the scattered brethren in , to the and in , and ask their advice &c. [HC 2:1]
2 January 1834 • Thursday
On the evening of the 2d of January. a assembled in to investigate the case of Wesley Hurlburt, against whom charges had be<en> preferred by and others, “that Hurlbert had denied the faith, spoken reproachfully of the church, did not believe Joseph was a true prophet, &c” Hurlburt was in the place, but did not appear before the court, consequently was cut off * <Note F addenda page 4.> was a , at Richland, New York [p. 413]
and to this end, we each pledge to each other, our lives our bodily powers, fortunes, and sacred honors,”?
In answer to their bold and daring resolves to guard against anticipated evils, I give the following extract from the ’s letter, in relation to this affair, dated Oct. 19th. 1833,No citizen, nor number of Citizens, has a right to take the redress of their grievances, whether real or imaginary, into their own hands; such conduct strikes at the very existence of society, and subverts the foundation on which it is based,”
I ask, again, to whom shall blame be attached in this tragedy? When the mob previously and publicly declared their intentions; and the principles involved were understood by the Executive, as appears by the foregoing; and, also by the judiciary according to ’s letter; and the constitutions of the land guarantee equal rights and privileges to all, to whom should blame be attached, but Mobbers and to ? [HC 1:471]
31 December 1833 • Tuesday
December 31st. , was at Richland, Otsego county, New York, by Zera Pulsipher
1834.
1 January 1834 • Wednesday
The scattered saints in commenced the year, eighteen hundred thirty four, with a , which they held in , on the first day of January, at which presided. After transacting much business relative to comforting and strengthing the scattered members of the , it was Resolved, That and be sent as special messengers, to represent the situation of the scattered brethren in , to the and in , and ask their advice &c. [HC 2:1]
2 January 1834 • Thursday
On the evening of the 2d of January. a assembled in to investigate the case of Wesley Hurlburt, against whom charges had been preferred by and others, “that Hurlbert had denied the faith, spoken reproachfully of the church, did not believe Joseph was a true prophet, &c” Hurlburt was in the place, but did not appear before the court, consequently was cut off * Note F addenda page 4. was a , at Richland, New York [p. 413]
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