Journal, March–September 1838

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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of these .
Shortly after Prests. J, Smith Jr and , left this place for we saw a deer or two on the way. Prest Smith set his dogs after them one of which was a gray hound which caut the deer but could not hold him, although he threw him down, yet he injoured the dog so badly that he let him go, and we lost him, The race was quite amusing indeed.
I would mention or notice something about and who b[e]ing guilty of bace iniquities and that to[o] manifest in all the eyes of all men, and being often entreated would continue in their course seeking the Lives of the and to overthrow the Kingdom of God which they once testified off [of]. preached one sabbath upon the salt that had lost its savour, that it is henceforth good for nothing but to be cast out, and troden under foot of men, And the wicked flee when no man pursueth, These men took warning, and soon they were seen bounding over the prairie like the scape Goat to carry of[f] their own sins we have not seen them since, their influence is gone, and they are in a miserable condition, so also it [is] with all who turn from the truth to Lying cheating defrauding & swindeling
Some time past was spent in trying to obtain pay from these men who are named above, who have absconded, and endeavered to defraud their creditors [p. 47]
of these .
Shortly after Prests. J, Smith Jr and , left this place for we saw a deer or two on the way. Prest Smith set his dogs after them one of which was a gray hound which caut the deer but could not hold him, although he threw him down, yet he injoured the dog so badly that he let him go, and we lost him, The race was quite amusing indeed.
I would mention or notice something about and who being guilty of bace iniquities and that too manifest in the eyes of all men, and being often entreated would continue in their course seeking the Lives of the and to overthrow the Kingdom of God which they once testified off [of]. preached one sabbath upon the salt that had lost its savour, that it is henceforth good for nothing but to be cast out, and troden under foot of men, And the wicked flee when no man pursueth, These men took warning, and soon they were seen bounding over the prairie like the scape Goat to carry off their own sins we have not seen them since, their influence is gone, and they are in a miserable condition, so also it is with all who turn from the truth to Lying cheating defrauding & swindeling
Some time past was spent in trying to obtain pay from these men who are named above, who have absconded, and endeavered to defraud their creditors [p. 47]
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