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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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alone.— touch not a stick of their timber.—
Deeds given by court of chancery. warrents  & defends again[s]t all unlawful claims.—  It is a ½ breed, it an anomaly, without  form & void, a nondescript. if they have  your note. let them come here & sue you  then you can carry up your case to the  highest court.— so long as the Laws have  a shadow of tittle, it is not right for  the Mormons to go & carry away the wood  In the name of the Lord God, I forbid  any man from using any observati[o]ns of  mine, to rob— the land of wood.——
Moses Martin has had been tried  & had fellowship withdrawn <by the chu[r]ch> at  . [Iowa Territory] [p. [71]]
alone.— touch not a stick of their timber.—
Deeds given by court of chancery. warrents & defends against all unlawful claims.— It is a ½ breed, it an anomaly, without form & void, a nondescript. if they have your note. let them come here & sue you then you can carry up your case to the highest court.— so long as the Laws have a shadow of tittle, it is not right for the Mormons to go & carry away the wood In the name of the Lord God, I forbid any man from using any observations of mine, to rob— the land of wood.——
Moses Martin has been tried & had fellowship withdrawn by the church at . [Iowa Territory] [p. [71]]
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