History, 1838–1856, volume C-1 Addenda

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Addenda • 31 December 1840
<1840 Decr. 31> The following is a list of Books, Pamphlets, and Letters published for and against the Latter Day Saints, during the past year so far as have come under my observation, in addition to those already noticed in my history.
Fourteen numbers of the “Times & Seasons” have been issued from the Office in , containing 224 pages, edited by & , three numbers having been issued during 1839:
Eight numbers of the “Millennial Star” have been published at 149 Oldham Road, , England, containing 216 pages, edited by Elder :
A selection of Hymns was published about the first of July in England by , , and , for the use of the Saints in Europe:
The Revd Robert Hays, Wesleyan Minister, Douglas, Isle of Man, published three addresses in pamphlet form, against the Latter Day Saints, which were replied to in the following order:
An answer to some false statements and misrepresentations published by the Revd. Robert Heys, Wesleyan Minister, in an address to his Society in Douglas, and its Vicinity on the Subject of Mormonism. By Octr. 7th. 1840:
Calumny refuted, and the truth defended, being a reply to the second address of the Revd. Robert Heys. By , Douglas, Octr. 29th. 1840:
Truth defended and Methodism weighed in the Balances and found wanting; being a reply to the third address of the Revd. Robert Heys against the Latter Day Saints: And also an exposure of the principles of Methodism. By , , Decr. 7th. 1840:
The Latter Day Saints and the Book of Mormon; <being> a few words of warning against the Latter Day Saints, from a minister to his flock. W. J. Morrish, Ledbury, Herefordshire, Septr.:
A second warning by the same W. J. Morrish, Octr. 15th.:
A few more facts relating to the Self-styled “Latter-Day-Saints”; by John Simons, Church <of England> Minister, Dymock Herefordshire Septr. 14th.:
Several letters written by Mr. J. Curran and published in the Manx Liberal, Isle of Man, in October, were replied to by Elder .
Mormonism weighed in the Balances of the Sanctuary and found wanting: the substance of four lectures by Samuel [p. 5]
Addenda • 31 December 1840
1840 Decr. 31 The following is a list of Books, Pamphlets, and Letters published for and against the Latter Day Saints, during the past year so far as have come under my observation,
Fourteen numbers of the “Times & Seasons” have been issued from the Office in , containing 224 pages, edited by & , three numbers having been issued during 1839:
Eight numbers of the “Millennial Star” have been published at 149 Oldham Road, , England, containing 216 pages, edited by Elder :
A selection of Hymns was published about the first of July in England by , , and , for the use of the Saints in Europe:
The Revd Robert Hays, Wesleyan Minister, Douglas, Isle of Man, published three addresses in pamphlet form, against the Latter Day Saints, which were replied to in the following order:
An answer to some false statements and misrepresentations published by the Revd. Robert Heys, Wesleyan Minister, in an address to his Society in Douglas, and its Vicinity on the Subject of Mormonism. By Octr. 7th. 1840:
Calumny refuted, and the truth defended, being a reply to the second address of the Revd. Robert Heys. By , Douglas, Octr. 29th. 1840:
Truth defended and Methodism weighed in the Balances and found wanting; being a reply to the third address of the Revd. Robert Heys against the Latter Day Saints: And also an exposure of the principles of Methodism. By , , Decr. 7th. 1840:
The Latter Day Saints and the Book of Mormon; being a few words of warning against the Latter Day Saints, from a minister to his flock. W. J. Morrish, Ledbury, Herefordshire, Septr.:
A second warning by the same W. J. Morrish, Octr. 15th.:
A few more facts relating to the Self-styled “Latter-Day-Saints”; by John Simons, Church of England Minister, Dymock Herefordshire Septr. 14th.:
Several letters written by Mr. J. Curran and published in the Manx Liberal, Isle of Man, in October, were replied to by Elder .
Mormonism weighed in the Balances of the Sanctuary and found wanting: the substance of four lectures by Samuel [p. 5]
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