Sidney Rigdon, JS, et al., Petition Draft (“To the Publick”), circa 1838–1839

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and the many fals reports which had  been put in circulation about our  persecutions in . It is now  presented to the pu
It is now presented to the  publick claiming no merit but  truth. but should it disabuse the  publick mind and give it a fair  understanding of the matters and things  therein contained. and gratefy the inqu irer the authur will have obtained  his object.
The work is therefore submitted  to the publick by their humble servent
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and the many fals reports which had been put in circulation about our persecutions in .
It is now presented to the publick claiming no merit but truth. but should it disabuse the publick mind and give it a fair understanding of the matters and things therein contained. and gratefy the inquirer the authur will have obtained his object.
The work is therefore submitted to the publick by their humble servent
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