Sidney Rigdon, Appeal to the American People, 1840

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  • Historical Introduction
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It is only an extract from those documents, and a  limited one too: If all the account had been  detailed in full, it would have made this a large  volume.
The was induced to undertake this  work, on account of the many inquiries which  were making, and the many false reports which  had been put in circulation, about our persecutions  in .
It is now presented to the public, claiming no  merit but truth; but should it disabuse the public  mind, and give it a fair understanding of the  matters and things therein contained; and gratify  the inquirer; the will have accomplished  his object.
The work is, therefore, submitted to the public,  by their humble servant,
THE . [p. 4]
It is only an extract from those documents, and a limited one too: If all the account had been detailed in full, it would have made this a large volume.
The was induced to undertake this work, on account of the many inquiries which were making, and the many false reports which had been put in circulation, about our persecutions in .
It is now presented to the public, claiming no merit but truth; but should it disabuse the public mind, and give it a fair understanding of the matters and things therein contained; and gratify the inquirer; the will have accomplished his object.
The work is, therefore, submitted to the public, by their humble servant,
THE . [p. 4]
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