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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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<to me when they lived in my house that>  they had stolen from the world, I  told him to get out of my house. the  Dunn <David Holman> lifted his hand to heaven & swore if  I would forgive him he would never do so  again. he went to . & stole & run  away to , f[o]und a barrel of flour  on the bank. just deliverd from a steam  boat. stole the flour went to &  sold it. saying he had pickd up the  barrel in the <river> & as it was likely a little  damaged he would take $2.00. got his  pay & went his way.
made made many observations. to the  Saints. on stealing.—
Joseph followed. I want the Elders  to make hono[ra]ble proclamati[o]n abroad [p. [64]]
to me when they lived in my house that they had stolen from the world, I told him to get out of my house. he David Holman lifted his hand to heaven & swore if I would forgive him he would never do so again. he went to . & stole & run away to , found a barrel of flour on the bank. just deliverd from a steam boat. stole the flour went to & sold it. saying he had pickd up the barrel in the river & as it was likely a little damaged he would take $2.00. got his pay & went his way.
made many observations. to the Saints. on stealing.—
Joseph followed. I want the Elders to make honorable proclamation abroad [p. [64]]
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