Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 2, 10 March 1843–14 July 1843

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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chu[r]ch money.— <to make good his own> I called to see Russel [Daniel Russell]  about the money. and he treated me  so politely I concluded he never meant  to pay— Bro Russel [Samuel Russell]. said, <that> his brother  said he should not be out of money  again.— There was $20. of the chu[r]ch  money, & some dried apple for the Prest.
I propose that your you send moneys for the   by the twelve some or all; or  some agent of your choosing & if you  send by others & the money is lost, tis lost  to yourselves. I cannot be responsible for it.
It is wrong for the church to make  a bridge of my nose in appropriati[n]g  chu[r]ch funds.—— The incorporation requ[ire]d  of me securietis [securities].— which were lodged  in the proper hands— [p. [57]]
church money.— to make good his own I called to see Russel [Daniel Russell] about the money. and he treated me so politely I concluded he never meant to pay— Bro Russel [Samuel Russell]. said, that his brother said he should not be out of money again.— There was $20. of the church money, & some dried apple for the Prest.
I propose that you send moneys for the by the twelve some or all; or some agent of your choosing & if you send by others & the money is lost, tis lost to yourselves. I cannot be responsible for it.
It is wrong for the church to make a bridge of my nose in appropriating church funds.—— The incorporation required of me securietis [securities].— which were lodged in the proper hands— [p. [57]]
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