Journal, 1832–1834

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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give us an oppertunity to reply this was on the 22nd we find that conviction is resting on the minds of some we hope that great good may yet be done in which O Lord grant for thy names sake. during our stay at we [had?] an interview with a Mr Wilkeson of the methodist order being a leader in that sect he could not stand against our words whether he will receive the the truth the Lord only knows he seemed to [be?] honest [p. 12]
give us an opportunity to reply . This was on the 22nd . We find that conviction is resting on the minds of some . We hope that great good may yet be done in , which, O Lord, grant for thy name’s sake. During our stay at , we had an interview with a Mr. Wilkeson of the Methodist order, being a leader in that sect . He could not stand against our words . Whether he will receive the truth the Lord only knows . He seemed to be honest. [p. 12]
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