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

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<Aug 29.> furnishing him with bread, was deprived of bread that  night: that at the time whe he (Joseph) told him ()  that did not obtain any bread in con sequence of the same.
<> said that since the brethren’s re turn from the west, that he went with to  s to advise concerning the adjusting of  certain complaints which were in circulation res pecting Joseph Smith’s conduct to and from  ; that told that   did obtain bread of the individual to whom  <> he sent him. Elder said that he concurred  in the statements of Elder concerning  the circumstances which transpired at the time the  <  > difficulty arose about the bread. Elders  and concurred in the same statement.  <account current> Elder then exhibited an account current taken  from the receipts of moneys and other properties ex pended during their late journey to and from  This account was taken from documents kept during the  journey by counsellor , Counsellor who  said that the account exhibited was correctly taken from  his accounts, as he had the charge of the moneys and  attended to paying it out, &c. The case was then submitted  to the , and the counsellors severally spoke in  their turns, followed by the complainant and acc[u]sed as  <Pleas> follows;— First the counsellors.
<.> commenced fifteen minutes before 6 o’ clock  P.M. and spoke fifteen 25 minutes.
<> commenced ten minutes past  6 o’clock, and spoke five minutes
<> commenced fifteen minutes past 6,  and spoke ten minutes
<> commenced 2 twenty five minutes  past 6, and spoke one minute.
<.> commenced twenty eight minutes past  6 o’clock, and spoke two hours and twelve minutes
<> commenced twenty minutes before nine  and spoke five minutes. [p. 551]
Aug 29. furnishing him with bread, was deprived of bread that night: that at the time he (Joseph) told him () that did not obtain any bread in consequence of the same.
said that since the brethren’s return from the west, that he went with to to advise concerning the adjusting of certain complaints which were in circulation respecting Joseph Smith’s conduct to and from ; that told that did obtain bread of the individual to whom he sent him. Elder said that he concurred in the statements of Elder concerning the circumstances which transpired at the time the difficulty arose about the bread. Elders and concurred in the same statement. account current Elder then exhibited an account current taken from the receipts of moneys and other properties expended during their late journey to and from This account was taken from documents kept during the journey by counsellor , who said that the account exhibited was correctly taken from his accounts, as he had the charge of the moneys and attended to paying it out, &c. The case was then submitted to the , and the counsellors severally spoke in their turns, followed by the complainant and accused as Pleas follows;— First the counsellors.
. commenced fifteen minutes before 6 o’ clock P.M. and spoke 25 minutes.
commenced ten minutes past 6 o’clock, and spoke five minutes
commenced fifteen minutes past 6, and spoke ten minutes
commenced twenty five minutes past 6, and spoke one minute.
. commenced twenty eight minutes past 6 o’clock, and spoke two hours and twelve minutes
commenced twenty minutes before nine and spoke five minutes. [p. 551]
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