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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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the Celestial kingdom, and if you ever go there you will become poor as we are. I am opposed to any one going in debt or getting things without paying for them.
said if any man ever twigs me once he will never do it again, but if a man will be my friend I will stick by him forever.
A letter was then read from late states Attorney to also one from brother . Then a letter was read from to . The following is a copy, to wit.
McDonough Co Ills
January 14th. 1845
Dear Sir. I have persuaded myself [p. [328]]
the Celestial kingdom, and if you ever go there you will become poor as we are. I am opposed to any one going in debt or getting things without paying for them.
said if any man ever twigs me once he will never do it again, but if a man will be my friend I will stick by him forever.
A letter was then read from late states Attorney to also one from brother . Then a letter was read from to . The following is a copy, to wit.
McDonough Co Ills
January 14th. 1845
Dear Sir. I have persuaded myself [p. [328]]
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