Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 3, 15 July 1843–29 February 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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to the mou[r]ner. do as the husband and the father would inst[r]uct you. & you shall be reunited.—
I have been acquited [acquainted] with a long time & I Never knew a more tender heartd man.
The president was much exhau[s]ted
spoke about a contribu[tion] to get lumber for house followd by. .
Elder after meeting was dismissed called— read some charges which had ben prefird by — agint [against] him & citati[o]n to appear before High coun[c]il for trial and calld on all to bring forwa[r]d their testimony. if and prove their charge and if they they did not—— he should take the accusers for slander—— [p. [50]]
to the mourner. do as the husband and the father would instruct you. & you shall be reunited.—
I have been acquited [acquainted] with a long time & I Never knew a more tender heartd man.
The president was much exhausted
spoke about a contribution to get lumber for house followd by. .
Elder after meeting was dismissed called— read some charges which had ben prefird by — agint against him & citation to appear before High council for trial and calld on all to bring forward their testimony. and prove their charge and if they they did not—— he should take the accusers for slander—— [p. [50]]
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