Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 2, 1 March–6 May 1845

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out of town, Brother Hendrix felt bad on the subject inasmuch as the young man had boarded with him & he knew nothing derogatory to his character. He (the ) rode up to the this morning and saw the young man. being present told the man he could prove that he fled from for stealing and that he had said several times since he came to that he came to seduce some of the Morman women and he swore he would do it,— and “he could not tarry here”. The man dare not deny that this was the fact. He (the ) then went to brother Hendrix’ and stated to him what he had learned & what he was able to prove, and also what had passed this morning. Brother Hendrix expressed his satisfaction at the course [p. [269]]
out of town, Brother Hendrix felt bad on the subject inasmuch as the young man had boarded with him & he knew nothing derogatory to his character. He (the ) rode up to the this morning and saw the young man. being present told the man he could prove that he fled from for stealing and that he had said several times since he came to that he came to seduce some of the Morman women and he swore he would do it,— and “he could not tarry here”. The man dare not deny that this was the fact. He (the ) then went to brother Hendrix’ and stated to him what he had learned & what he was able to prove, and also what had passed this morning. Brother Hendrix expressed his satisfaction at the course [p. [269]]
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