Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 1, 10 March 1844–1 March 1845

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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goods untill I got to , but you would not do it. Adams agreed to pay the balance of what brother Joseph owed you and you agreed to look to Adams for it. Brother Joseph and myself did all we could. There has no man ever let me have goods but I have always paid him and so has my brethren. I work for the interest of the man who works for the interest of this place, and I will not work for the interest of any man who will not. I will sustain the man who will sustain me and my brethren and when we want shirts for ourselves and our families we want men to help us to them untill we can pay them for them. I will not patronize [David] Bryant, but any man who will sustain my brethren and the church I will sustain them. [p. [325]]
goods untill I got to , but you would not do it. Adams agreed to pay the balance of what brother Joseph owed you and you agreed to look to Adams for it. Brother Joseph and myself did all we could. There has no man ever let me have goods but I have always paid him and so has my brethren. I work for the interest of the man who works for the interest of this place, and I will not work for the interest of any man who will not. I will sustain the man who will sustain me and my brethren and when we want shirts for ourselves and our families we want men to help us to them untill we can pay them for them. I will not patronize David Bryant, but any man who will sustain my brethren and the church I will sustain them. [p. [325]]
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