Times and Seasons, 15 June 1842

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THE TEMPLE OF GOD AT .
by .
Ye servants that so many prophets foretold,
Should labor for Zion and not for the gold,
Go into the field ere the sun dries the dew,
And reap for the kingdom of God at .
 
Go carry glad tidings, that all may attend,
While God is unfolding “The time of the end;”
And say to all nations, whatever you do,
Come, build up the of God at .
 
Go say to the Islands that wait for his law,
Prepare for that glory the prophets once saw,
And bring on your gold and your precious things, too,
As tithes for the of God at .
 
Go say to the great men, who boast of a name;
To kings and their nobles, all born unto fame,
Come, bring on your treasurers, antiquities, too,
And honor the of God at .
 
Proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord,
For now we have prophets to bring forth his word,
And reveal to the church what the world never knew,
By faith in the of God at .
 
To spirits in prison the gospel is sent,
For on such a mission the Savior once went;
And we are baptiz’d for the dead—surely, too,
In the font at the of God at .
 
Up; watch! for the strange work of God has begun,
And new things are opening, now, under the sun:
And knowledge on knowledge will burst to our view,
From Seers in the of God at .
 
————
NOTICE.
The subscribers, members of the First Presidency of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, withdraw the hand of fellowship from General , as a christian, he having been labored with from time to time, to persuade him to amend his conduct, apparently to no good effect.
JOSEPH SMITH,
,
.
The following members of the Quorum of the Twelve concur in the above sentiments.
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
.
We concur in the above sentiment.
,
,
,
Bishops of the above mentioned Church.
, May 11th, 1842.
 
————
AGENTS.
.
, City of
, Victoria, Knox co.
, Pittsfield Pike co.
.
John Groosbeck, North Agusta.
John Pincock, South Agusta
.
, City of .
, City of Utica.
Charles Thompson, Batavia, Genesee co.
.
, City of .
Joseph H. Newton, " "
, .
DELAWARE.
Robert P. Crawford, Christiana.
NORTH CAROLINA.
, Joshua M. Grant.
SOUTH CAROLINA.
A[braham] O. Smoot, City of Charleston.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
, City of .
.
, City of .
, City of .
, Richmond.
Dwight Webster, Farmington.
, .
NEW HAMPSHIRE.
Zadoc Parker, Lisbon Village.
Jeremiah Willey.
TENNESSEE.
. Randolph Alexander.
Tardy R. Whitcher, Green Y. Lee.
.
, .
LOUISIANA.
E. G. Terrell City of .
.
Moses Johnson, P. M. Royal Oak, Oakland co.
INDIANA.
J. J. Guinand, Mount Sterling , Switzerland co.
MISSISSIPPI.
Hamilton Jett,
TRAVELING AGENTS.
, Jonathan Hampton,
E[li] P. Maginn,
Moses Martin, ,
, Isaac Haight.
 
——————————
The Times and Seasons,
is edited by
Joseph Smith.
Printed and published about the first and fifteenth of every month, on the corner of Water and Bain Streets, , Hancock County, Illinois, by
JOSEPH SMITH.
TERMS.—Two Dollars per annum, payable in all cases in advance. Any person procuring five new subscribers, and forwarding us Ten Dollars current money, shall receive one volume gratis. All letters must be addressed to Joseph Smith, publisher, post paid, or they will not receive attention. [p. 830]
THE TEMPLE OF GOD AT .
by .
Ye servants that so many prophets foretold,
Should labor for Zion and not for the gold,
Go into the field ere the sun dries the dew,
And reap for the kingdom of God at .
 
Go carry glad tidings, that all may attend,
While God is unfolding “The time of the end;”
And say to all nations, whatever you do,
Come, build up the of God at .
 
Go say to the Islands that wait for his law,
Prepare for that glory the prophets once saw,
And bring on your gold and your precious things, too,
As tithes for the of God at .
 
Go say to the great men, who boast of a name;
To kings and their nobles, all born unto fame,
Come, bring on your treasurers, antiquities, too,
And honor the of God at .
 
Proclaim the acceptable year of the Lord,
For now we have prophets to bring forth his word,
And reveal to the church what the world never knew,
By faith in the of God at .
 
To spirits in prison the gospel is sent,
For on such a mission the Savior once went;
And we are baptiz’d for the dead—surely, too,
In the font at the of God at .
 
Up; watch! for the strange work of God has begun,
And new things are opening, now, under the sun:
And knowledge on knowledge will burst to our view,
From Seers in the of God at .
 
————
NOTICE.
The subscribers, members of the First Presidency of the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, withdraw the hand of fellowship from General , as a christian, he having been labored with from time to time, to persuade him to amend his conduct, apparently to no good effect.
JOSEPH SMITH,
,
.
The following members of the Quorum of the Twelve concur in the above sentiments.
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
,
.
We concur in the above sentiment.
,
,
,
Bishops of the above mentioned Church.
, May 11th, 1842.
 
————
AGENTS.
.
, City of
, Victoria, Knox co.
, Pittsfield Pike co.
.
John Groosbeck, North Agusta.
John Pincock, South Agusta
.
, City of .
, City of Utica.
Charles Thompson, Batavia, Genesee co.
.
, City of .
Joseph H. Newton, " "
, .
DELAWARE.
Robert P. Crawford, Christiana.
NORTH CAROLINA.
, Joshua M. Grant.
SOUTH CAROLINA.
Abraham O. Smoot, City of Charleston.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
, City of .
.
, City of .
, City of .
, Richmond.
Dwight Webster, Farmington.
, .
NEW HAMPSHIRE.
Zadoc Parker, Lisbon Village.
Jeremiah Willey.
TENNESSEE.
. Randolph Alexander.
Tardy R. Whitcher, Green Y. Lee.
.
, .
LOUISIANA.
E. G. Terrell City of .
.
Moses Johnson, P. M. Royal Oak, Oakland co.
INDIANA.
J. J. Guinand, Mount Sterling , Switzerland co.
MISSISSIPPI.
Hamilton Jett,
TRAVELING AGENTS.
, Jonathan Hampton,
Eli P. Maginn,
Moses Martin, ,
, Isaac Haight.
 
——————————
The Times and Seasons,
is edited by
Joseph Smith.
Printed and published about the first and fifteenth of every month, on the corner of Water and Bain Streets, , Hancock County, Illinois, by
JOSEPH SMITH.
TERMS.—Two Dollars per annum, payable in all cases in advance. Any person procuring five new subscribers, and forwarding us Ten Dollars current money, shall receive one volume gratis. All letters must be addressed to Joseph Smith, publisher, post paid, or they will not receive attention. [p. 830]
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