John Whitmer, History, 1831–circa 1847

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  • Historical Introduction
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time were blasted at least for a season,
The first Elders were to receive their  endowment at Ohio in the built in that stake

Chapter 14

Chapter 14.
Joseph the seer began to set in order the  Church in this country.
Commenced to organize the a high  counsel according to the Patron [pattern] received in   Ohio. After which Joseph Smith  Jr. and others returned to  and the Saints remaind in their places of  abode to await the due time of the Lord  to be redeemed from wicked mobbers.
We the inhabitants of Zion wrote an  appeal signed by , ,  , , ,  , , , , , and  . July 1834  and Published at in an extra Star
Aug. 1834 (insert here)
The above appeal and the following  petition was accompanied. The petition  reads as follows.
To his Excellency  Governor of the State of
The undersigned respect fully show.
That a large  number of the citizens of the ,  inhabitants of the State of professing  to be the Church of latter day saints, [p. 68]
time were blasted at least for a season,
The first Elders were to receive their endowment at Ohio in the built in that stake

Chapter 14

Chapter 14.
Joseph the seer began to set in order the Church in this country.
Commenced to organize a high counsel according to the Patron [pattern] received in Ohio. After which Joseph Smith Jr. and others returned to and the Saints remaind in their places of abode to wait the due time of the Lord to be redeemed from wicked mobbers.
We the inhabitants of Zion wrote an appeal signed by , , , , , , , , , , and . July 1834 and Published at in an extra Star
Aug. 1834 (insert here)
The above appeal and the following petition was accompanied. The petition reads as follows.
To his Excellency Governor of the State of
The undersigned respectfully show.
That a large number of the citizens of the , inhabitants of the State of professing to be the Church of latter day saints, [p. 68]
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