Discourse, circa 19 July 1840, as Reported by Martha Jane Knowlton Coray [ca. 1850s]

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of Jacob. We will build upon the top of this Temple a great observatory a great and high watch tower and in the top thereof we will Suspend a tremendous bell whic that when it is rung shall rouse the inhabitants of and wake up the people of and sound in the ears of men [in] Then comes the ancient records yea all of them dig them yes bring them forth speedily
Then shall the poor be fed by the curious who shall come from all parts of the world to see this wonderful temple Yea I [p. [19]]
of Jacob. We will build upon the top of this Temple a great observatory a great and high watch tower and in the top thereof we will Suspend a tremendous bell that when it is rung shall rouse the inhabitants of wake up the people of and sound in the ears of men [in] Then comes the ancient records yea all of them dig them yes bring them forth speedily
Then shall the poor be fed by the curious who shall come from all parts of the world to see this wonderful temple Yea I [p. [19]]
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