Letter from Reynolds Cahoon, 2 October 1835

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Joseph Smith Junr. of the , Greeting
Sir, I prefer certain charges against . (Viz.) of making expressions which is cal culated to do injury to the great cause which we  have espoused and manifesting a very strong  dissatisfaction against the teachings of the  Presidency of the church.
Also  for using wrong expressions and threatning  the Elders of the Church.
Yours &c.
Oct. 2d 1835
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Joseph Smith Junr. of the , Greeting
Sir, I prefer certain charges against . (Viz.) of making expressions which is calculated to do injury to the great cause which we have espoused and manifesting a very strong dissatisfaction against the teachings of the Presidency of the church.
Also for using wrong expressions and threatning the Elders of the Church.
Yours &c.
Oct. 2d 1835
[p. 126]
Page 126