Discourse, 13 April 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards

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<​&​> call my saints to this place: & our hea[r]ts leaped with joy to see you coming here. We have been praying for you all winter, from the bottom of hearts, We are glad to see you—
we are poor— & cannot do by you as we would. but will do all we can.—
’Tis not to be expected that all can locate in the city.— there are are some who have money & will <​build— &​> hire. others, those who cannot purchase. lots can go out in the country.— the farmers wants your labors.— no industrious man need suffer in this land.—
the claims of the poor <​on us​> are such that [p. [127]]
& call my saints to this place: & our hearts leaped with joy to see you coming here. We have been praying for you all winter, from the bottom of hearts, We are glad to see you—
we are poor— & cannot do by you as we would. but will do all we can.—
’Tis not to be expected that all can locate in the city.— there are some who have money & will build— & hire. others, those who cannot purchase. lots can go out in the country.— the farmers want your labors.— no industrious man need suffer in this land.—
the claims of the poor on us are such that [p. [127]]
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