John Fletcher Darby Papers, Missouri History Museum Archives, St. Louis.

John Corrill, “Brief History,” Manuscript, circa 1838–1839

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
Page [51[a]]
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Chapter 16
<Chap 16>
<Support of Smith and . Spirit excited. Union necessary. Salt sermon. Dissenters expelled. Murmuring put down.>
When Smith and —— first moved to they said that they did not intend to meddle with temporal concerns, but attend to their spiritual calling, and they relied upon the donations of the church for their support. But after a while it was thought best by the High council to give them some certains amount each year which should be sufficent for their support to support them. [p. [51[a]]]
Chapter 16
Chap 16
Support of Smith and . Spirit excited. Union necessary. Salt sermon. Dissenters expelled. Murmuring put down.
When Smith and —— first moved to they said that they did not intend to meddle with temporal concerns, but attend to their spiritual calling, and they relied upon the donations of the church for their support. But after a while it was thought best by the High council to give them some certain amount each year which should be sufficent to support them. [p. [51[a]]]
Page [51[a]]