Lucy Mack Smith, History, 1845

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their safety; and, when he should arrive at ’s, the angel would meet him again in the garden, and deliver them up again into his hands.
Joseph and set out without delay; leaving to take charge of affairs during her husband’s absence. On arriving at Waterloo, Joseph received the Record according to promise, and the next day, they resumed the work of transtation, which they continued without farther interruption until the whole work was accomplished.
 
Chapter 31
Chap. 31.
 
The plates are shown to twelve witnessesJoseph makes arrangements for printing the Book of Mormon
 
As soon as the record was translated, Joseph dispatched a messenger to , bearing intelligence of the completion of the work, and, a request that and should come immediately to waterloo. The same evening we conveyed this intelligence to ; for we loved the man, although his weakness had cost us much trouble. [p. 152]
their safety; and, when he should arrive at ’s, the angel would meet him in the garden, and deliver them up again into his hands.
Joseph and set out without delay; leaving to take charge of affairs during her husband’s absence. On arriving at Waterloo, Joseph received the Record according to promise, and the next day, they resumed the work of transtation, which they continued without farther interruption until the whole work was accomplished.
 
Chapter 31
Chap. 31.
 
The plates are shown to twelve witnessesJoseph makes arrangements for printing the Book of Mormon
 
As soon as the record was translated, Joseph dispatched a messenger to , bearing intelligence of the completion of the work, and, a request that and should come immediately to waterloo. The same evening we conveyed this intelligence to ; for we loved the man, although his weakness had cost us much trouble. [p. 152]
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