Discourse, 7 March 1844–A, as Reported by Willard Richards

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I <​Joseph​> presented to the meeting the proceedings of . & the Lawyers &c.— for the people to speak out. say whether such men should be. tolerated. and supported in our midst.— and from this time I design to bring such characters before the committee of the whole.— and if these things cannot be put a stop to. I will give them in to the hands of the mob—— the hands of the officers of the <​​> fauter [falter]. and are palsied— <​by the conduct of such men.​>
There is another I will speak about he is a mormon.— a certain man. who lived here before we came here. the two first lette[r]s of his [p. [10]]
I Joseph presented to the meeting the proceedings of . & the Lawyers &c.— for the people to speak out. say whether such men should be. tolerated. and supported in our midst.— and from this time I design to bring such characters before the committee of the whole.— and if these things cannot be put a stop to. I will give them in to the hands of the mob—— the hands of the officers of the fauter [falter]. and are palsied— by conduct of such men.
There is another I will speak about he is a mormon.— a certain man. who lived here before we came here. the two first letters of his [p. [10]]
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