Journal, 1835–1836

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  • Historical Introduction
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Elder called and read the foregoing  letter himself and, I explained upon the objec tions, he had set forth in it, and satisfyed his  mind upon every point, perfectly and he  observed after I had got through, that he  was more than satisfyed, and would attend  the , and took the parting hand  with me with every expression of friendship  that a gentleman, and a Christian could ma nifest, which I felt to reciprocate, with the  cheerfulness and entertain, the best of feeling  for him, and most cheerfully forgive him  the ingratitude which was manifisted in his  letter, knowing that it was for want of corect  information, that his mind was disturbed  as far as his reflections related to me.
But on the part of the committe, he was  not treated, right in all thing, however  all things, are settled amicably, and no hard ness exists between. us or them
My & called this evening to see  me upon the , that transp ired at their house on wednesdy evening between  me and my , they were sorely  afflicted in mind on the account of that  occurrence, I conversed with them, and showed  convinced them that I was not to blame  in taking the course I did, but had acted  in righteousness, in all thing on that occasion  I
, they concented to do so as soon as it  <is> practicable [p. 75]
Elder called and read the foregoing letter himself and, I explained upon the objections, he had set forth in it, and satisfyed his mind upon every point, perfectly and he observed after I had got through, that he was more than satisfyed, and would attend the , and took the parting hand with me with every expression of friendship that a gentleman, and a Christian could manifest, which I felt to reciprocate, with cheerfulness and entertain, the best of feeling for him, and most cheerfully forgive him the ingratitude which was manifisted in his letter, knowing that it was for want of corect information, that his mind was disturbed as far as his reflections related to me.
But on the part of the committe, he was not treated, right in all thing, however all things, are settled amicably, and no hardness exists between. us or them
My & called this evening to see me upon the , that transpired at their house on wednesdy evening between me and my , they were sorely afflicted in mind on the account of that occurrence, I conversed with them, and convinced them that I was not to blame in taking the course I did, but had acted in righteousness, in all thing on that occasion
, they concented to do so as soon as it is practicable [p. 75]
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