John Whitmer, History, 1831–circa 1847

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by the first day of April next and to advise and try  all means in their power, to stop any more of their  sect from moving to this , as to those now  on the road, and who have no notice of this agree ment, they will use their influenc[e] to prevent their  setling permanantly in the but that they  shall only make arrangement for temporal shelter  till a new location is fixed on by the society. & , are allowed to remain as gen eral agents to wind up the business of the society, so  long as nesessity shall require, and said may  sell out his good[s] now on hand, but is to make no  new importation, The Star is not again to be published  no[r] a press set up by the society in this .
If the said and move their  families by the first of Jan. as aforesaid that they  themselves will be allowed to go and come in order  to transact and wind up their business. The committe  pledge themselves, to use all their influence to  prevent any violenc[e] being used so long as a com pliance with the foregoing terms is observed  by the parties concerned.
Signed
Samuel C. OwensN[ewel] K. Olmstead
Leonadas [Leonidas] OldhamWm. Bowers
G. W. SimpsonZ[acheriah] [blank] Waller
W. L. IrvinHarmon Gregg
John HarrisAaron Ov[e]rton
Henry Childs
Har[ve]y H Younger
The Battle was fought on the evening of  the 4 3 November. and only <one> of the brethren was killed  and two of the mob. headed the disciples [p. 44]
by the first day of April next and to advise and try all means in their power, to stop any more of their sect from moving to this , as to those now on the road, and who have no notice of this agreement, they will use their influence to prevent their setling permanantly in the but that they shall only make arrangement for temporal shelter till a new location is fixed on by the society. & , are allowed to remain as general agents to wind up the business of the society, so long as nesessity shall require, and said may sell out his goods now on hand, but is to make no new importation, The Star is not again to be published nor a press set up by the society in this .
If the said and move their families by the first of Jan. as aforesaid that they themselves will be allowed to go and come in order to transact and wind up their business. The committe pledge themselves, to use all their influence to prevent any violence being used so long as a compliance with the foregoing terms is observed by the parties concerned.
Signed
Samuel C. OwensNewel K. Olmstead
Leonadas Leonidas OldhamWm. Bowers
G. W. SimpsonZacheriah [blank] Waller
W. L. IrvinHarmon Gregg
John HarrisAaron Overton
Henry Childs
Harvey H Younger
The Battle was fought on the evening of the 3 November. and only one of the brethren was killed and two of the mob. headed the disciples [p. 44]
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