Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 4, 1 March–22 June 1844

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  • Historical Introduction
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<​spoke also on the going on with the ​>
spoke— may men who have not paid their proprty tith[i]ng we shall call on them & take dinner and we had rathr be saved that trouble.— and have th[e]m come up & pay.—
said if anyone had any doubt about.— the state of the . let them call & see the Books.— & where thy they have paid their tiithig [tithing] show it entired [entered] on the book paid in full. for <​th[e]​> year &c
Joseph— said in relation to thos[e] who give p[r]operty on the . be careful into <​whose​> hands it come into that it m[a]y be ente[re]d into the church books. that those whose names are found in the chu[r]ch book shall have the first claim. in that house.— I int[e]nd to keep the door at dedication myself: & not a man [p. [22]]
spoke also on the going on with the
spoke— men who have not paid their proprty tithing we shall call on them & take dinner and we had rathr be saved that trouble.— and have them come up & pay.—
said if anyone had any doubt about.— the state of the . let them call & see the Books.— & where they have paid their tiithig [tithing] show it entired [entered] on the book paid in full. for the year &c
Joseph— said in relation to those who give property on the . be careful into whose hands it come into that it may be entered into the church books. that those whose names are found in the church book shall have the first claim. in that house.— I intend to keep the door at dedication myself: & not a man [p. [22]]
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