History, 1838–1856, volume C-1 Addenda

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  • Historical Introduction
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<1841  Dec 31> in the Millenial Star, July 10.
A bitter article was published in the ‘Cheltenham Free  Press” of Aug 23rd headed “Latter Day Saints Swindle” replied to  by , in the “Star[”] of October.
A few plain facts shewing the folly wickedness, and  imposition of the Rev. Timothy R Matthews. By  Bedford, England.
The , Mo., Atlas published a favorable article  entitled ‘The Latter Day Saints”
The “Juliet Courier” published a favorable account of the  late trial of Joseph Smith. Monmouth June.
The Saturday Courier and the Public Ledger  on July 10. published several articles anathematizing the Latter  Day Saints.
A slanderous pamphlet entitled “Mormonism Unmasked.”  By A. Gardner, of Rochdale, England.
‘The Mormons-arrest of Joe Smith” was the heading of  an article published in the Herald of Commerce and  copied in many of the Eastern papers
The “Christian Messenger and Reformer” published an account  of the Latter-day Saints. collected from the book of of  , Ohio.
Editor of the Signal devoted his  entire time to slander, lie against and misrepresent the Latter Day  Saints
Addenda • 1 January 1842
<1842  Jan 1> I again have the pleasure to report the location of the Twelve Apostles.  <page 1268> , , , and  are in . in , Iowa. in Quarantine  at Trieste, Italy. in . in , in . , somewhere in the Eastern States.
Addenda • 5 January 1842
January 5. 1842.
Mr , Beloved Brother,— I am happy that it is my privilege  <Page 1268> to say to you that the large new building which I had commenced when  you were here, is now completed, and the doors are opened this day for the  sale of goods for the first time. The foundation of the building is somewhat  spacious, (as you will doubtless recollect,) for a country . The principal  part of the building below, which is ten feet high is devoted exclusively  to shelves and drawers, except one door opening back into the space, on  the left of which are the cellar and chamber stairs, and on the right the [p. 50]
1841 Dec 31 in the Millenial Star, July 10.
A bitter article was published in the ‘Cheltenham Free Press” of Aug 23rd headed “Latter Day Saints Swindle” replied to by , in the “Star” of October.
A few plain facts shewing the folly wickedness, and imposition of the Rev. Timothy R Matthews. By Bedford, England.
The , Mo., Atlas published a favorable article entitled ‘The Latter Day Saints”
The “Juliet Courier” published a favorable account of the late trial of Joseph Smith. Monmouth June.
The Saturday Courier and the Public Ledger on July 10. published several articles anathematizing the Latter Day Saints.
A slanderous pamphlet entitled “Mormonism Unmasked.” By A. Gardner, of Rochdale, England.
‘The Mormons-arrest of Joe Smith” was the heading of an article published in the Herald of Commerce and copied in many of the Eastern papers
The “Christian Messenger and Reformer” published an account of the Latter-day Saints. collected from the book of of , Ohio.
Editor of the Signal devoted his entire time to slander, lie against and misrepresent the Latter Day Saints
Addenda • 1 January 1842
1842 Jan 1 I again have the pleasure to report the location of the Twelve Apostles. page 1268 , , , and are in . in , Iowa. in Quarantine at Trieste, Italy. in . in , in . , somewhere in the Eastern States.
Addenda • 5 January 1842
January 5. 1842.
Mr , Beloved Brother,— I am happy that it is my privilege Page 1268 to say to you that the large new building which I had commenced when you were here, is now completed, and the doors are opened this day for the sale of goods for the first time. The foundation of the building is somewhat spacious, (as you will doubtless recollect,) for a country . The principal part of the building below, which is ten feet high is devoted exclusively to shelves and drawers, except one door opening back into the space, on the left of which are the cellar and chamber stairs, and on the right the [p. 50]
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