Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 1, 21 December 1842–10 March 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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if they are not righteous— what is the result. they are sinners & if they rej[e]ct our voice they shall be damnded.
If a man was going to hell I would not let any man disturb him.—
while we will be the last to oppress. we will be the last to be driven from our post.— peace. be still. bury the hatchet & the sword.— the sound of war is dredfull in my ear. any man who will not fight for his wife & childrn is a coward & a bastard
Mahometans. Presbyteria[n]s. &c. if ye will [p. [162]]
if they are not righteous— what is the result. they are sinners & if they reject our voice they shall be damnded.
If a man was going to hell I would not let any man disturb him.—
while we will be the last to oppress. we will be the last to be driven from our post.— peace. be still. bury the hatchet & the sword.— the sound of war is dredfull in my ear. any man who will not fight for his wife & childrn is a coward & a bastard
Mahometans. Presbyterians. &c. if ye will [p. [162]]
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