History, 1838–1856, volume C-1 Addenda

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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<1840  Decr. 31> Haining. Published in Douglas, Isle of Man; a tract of  66 pages.
Interesting account of several remarkable Visions, and of  the late discovery of Ancient American Records, giving an account  of the commencement of the work of the Lord in this generation. By  Elder , Edinburgh, September:
The word of the Lord to the citizens of London, of every sect  and denomination: and to every individual into whose hands  it may fall:— shewing forth the plan of Salvation, as laid  down in the New Testament:— namely, faith in our Lord Jesus  Christ— Repentance— Baptism for the remission of sins— and the  Gift of the Holy Ghost by the laying on of hands. Presented by   & , Elders of the Church of Jesus  Christ of Latter-day-Saints:
An exposure of the errors and fallacies of the self-named  “Latter Day Saints.” By William Hewitt of Lane End, Staf fordshire Potteries:
An answer to Mr. William Hewitt’s tract against the Latter  Day Saints. By Elder :
Plain Facts; shewing the falsehood and folly of the Revd.  C. Bush (the Church of England Minister of the Parish of  Peover, Cheshire); being a reply to his tract against the  Latter Day Saints. By Elder :
A few remarks by way of reply to an anonymous scribler  calling himself “A Philanthropist,” disabusing the Church  of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, of the Slanders and  falsehoods, which he has attempted to fasten upon it. By  , :
Mormonism unmasked, and s reply answered  and refuted. By a Philanthropist of Chester County. Published  in .
An Appeal to the American People: Being an account of  the persecutions of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day  Saints, and of the barbarities inflicted on them by the  inhabitants of the State of . 60 closely <printed> pages, second  edition revised. By Authority of said Church. Joseph  Smith Jr., , , Presidents.
A reply to Mr. Thos. Taylor’s Pamphlet, entitled “Complete  Failure” &c; and also to Mr. Richard Livesey’s Tract “Mormonism [p. 6]
1840 Decr. 31 Haining. Published in Douglas, Isle of Man; a tract of 66 pages.
Interesting account of several remarkable Visions, and of the late discovery of Ancient American Records, giving an account of the commencement of the work of the Lord in this generation. By Elder , Edinburgh, September:
The word of the Lord to the citizens of London, of every sect and denomination: and to every individual into whose hands it may fall:— shewing forth the plan of Salvation, as laid down in the New Testament:— namely, faith in our Lord Jesus Christ— Repentance— Baptism for the remission of sins— and the Gift of the Holy Ghost by the laying on of hands. Presented by & , Elders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day-Saints:
An exposure of the errors and fallacies of the self-named “Latter Day Saints.” By William Hewitt of Lane End, Staffordshire Potteries:
An answer to Mr. William Hewitt’s tract against the Latter Day Saints. By Elder :
Plain Facts; shewing the falsehood and folly of the Revd. C. Bush (the Church of England Minister of the Parish of Peover, Cheshire); being a reply to his tract against the Latter Day Saints. By Elder :
A few remarks by way of reply to an anonymous scribler calling himself “A Philanthropist,” disabusing the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, of the Slanders and falsehoods, which he has attempted to fasten upon it. By , :
Mormonism unmasked, and s reply answered and refuted. By a Philanthropist of Chester County. Published in .
An Appeal to the American People: Being an account of the persecutions of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, and of the barbarities inflicted on them by the inhabitants of the State of . 60 closely printed pages, second edition revised. By Authority of said Church. Joseph Smith Jr., , , Presidents.
A reply to Mr. Thos. Taylor’s Pamphlet, entitled “Complete Failure” &c; and also to Mr. Richard Livesey’s Tract “Mormonism [p. 6]
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