Lucy Mack Smith, History, 1845

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ble for Sodom and Gomorah in the day of judgement, than for that man.” <such persons>
We arrived at ’s in that night. The next morning took the horse and rode to ’s; and finding that he had made no sale of the Books, we returned home the following day.
 
Chapter 35
Chap. XXXV.
 
and visits stockholm.— An extract from ’s Journal.—
 
Soon, <In the Summer> after the church was organized, my set out with to visit his father Asael smith. After a tedious journey, they arrived at the house of , my s brother. His wife, sister Clarissa [Lyman Smith], had never before seen my ; but as soon as he entered she exclaimed. “There, , is your brother .” turning suddenly, cried out, “, is this you.”
It is me <I>,’ said , “is my father yet alive? I have come to see him once more before he dies.”
For a particular account of this visit, I shall give my readers an extract from brother s journal. He writes as follows.
“The next morning after arrived, we set out for stockholm to see our father who was [p. 172]
ble for Sodom and Gomorah in the day of judgement, than for such persons
We arrived at ’s in that night. The next morning took the horse and rode to ’s; and finding that he had made no sale of the Books, we returned home the following day.
 
Chapter 35
Chap. XXXV.
 
and visits stockholm.— An extract from ’s Journal.—
 
In the Summer after the church was organized, my set out with to visit his father Asael smith. After a tedious journey, they arrived at the house of , my s brother. His wife, sister Clarissa [Lyman Smith], had never before seen my ; but as soon as he entered she exclaimed. “There, , is your brother .” turning suddenly, cried out, “, is this you.”
It is I,’ said , “is my father yet alive? I have come to see him once more before he dies.”
For a particular account of this visit, I shall give my readers an extract from brother s journal. He writes as follows.
“The next morning after arrived, we set out for stockholm to see our father who was [p. 172]
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