Discourse, 30 June 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards

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hand. & will do it again but I will Swear I will never deal so mildly again.
Be cool be deliberate.— be wise, and when you pull do it with sweepstakes.— my lot has alwasy [always] be[e]n cast among the warm[e]st kind of people
The time has come when the viel [veil] is torn of[f] from this state. & let us mingle with the people of I. should have been torn <​from​> with the expen[s]e of life & blood if I had asked
I brought them prisoners. and committed them as prisoners not of chai[n]s but of kindness to her from whom I was torn [p. [277]]
hand. & will do it again but I Swear I will never deal so mildly again.
Be cool be deliberate.— be wise, and when you pull do it with sweepstakes.— my lot has alwasy always been cast among the warmest kind of people
The time has come when the viel [veil] is torn off from this state. & let us mingle with the people of I. should have been torn from with the expense of life & blood if I had asked
I brought them prisoners. and committed them as prisoners not of chains but of kindness to her from whom I was torn [p. [277]]
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