Minutes, 1 July 1844, as Reported by Thomas Bullock

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— be calm— be religious— be good Citizens, and you will have God, and all good Citizens towards you— the report I make, will go to all the world, and I know there will be nothing discreditable to you, but every thing as good Citizens— I say in the presence of God, I believe has the best of good opinions towards you— and is determined to have good Government, and if necessary, will have out the entire military of the — the will be with you, and every thing will be with you— I shall tell them the same things, that I now tell you, at tomorrow— we have no distinction among any religion— whether it be Mormon, or Methodist,— or whatever it may be called— the will enforce good law— good order— and if you, or , or are the offenders— they will be punished— the difficulties you now labor under will be at end— justice will be done to the aggressors— I rejoice to see you as you are— and you, and all the people of will be at peace—
Coll. Fellowes rose and said he confirmed every sentence, that has been made to you by , and it shall be reported to the
again rose and called upon the assemblage to continue in peace, to exercise good will, and forbearance— think three times before you speak once— and he then proposed a vote of thanks to Messrs. & Fellowes which was given unanimously—
again rose and said that he felt an interest in endeavoring to preserve the peace, and thanked the people for their kindness
rose to state that the people had been hindered from working on the — and to shew that they were determined on peace— that they should commence again tomorrow laying the stones of the — and called upon all who could assist, to come and help— and as far as the temple committee had means they would distribute it— he hoped that those who could bring them provisions, would in order to help them— and let us shew to all the world that we desire peace
A vote of thanks was then unanimously given to Messrs. Wood and Conyers— for their endeavors to promote peace— also to and <​who were true patriots​> for their assistance [p. [2]]
— be calm— be religious— be good Citizens, and you will have God, and all good Citizens towards you— the report I make, will go to all the world, and I know there will be nothing discreditable to you, but every thing as good Citizens— I say in the presence of God, I believe has the best of good opinions towards you— and is determined to have good Government, and if necessary, will have out the entire military of the — the will be with you, and every thing will be with you— I shall tell them the same things, that I now tell you, at tomorrow— we have no distinction among any religion— whether it be Mormon, or Methodist,— or whatever it may be called— the will enforce good law— good order— and if you, or , or are the offenders— they will be punished— the difficulties you now labor under will be at end— justice will be done to the aggressors— I rejoice to see you as you are— and you, and all the people of will be at peace—
Coll. Fellowes rose and said he confirmed every sentence, that has been made to you by , and it shall be reported to the
again rose and called upon the assemblage to continue in peace, to exercise good will, and forbearance— think three times before you speak once— and he then proposed a vote of thanks to Messrs. & Fellowes which was given unanimously—
again rose and said that he felt an interest in endeavoring to preserve the peace, and thanked the people for their kindness
rose to state that the people had been hindered from working on the — and to shew that they were determined on peace— that they should commence again tomorrow laying the stones of the — and called upon all who could assist, to come and help— and as far as the temple committee had means they would distribute it— he hoped that those who could bring them provisions, would in order to help them— and let us shew to all the world that we desire peace
A vote of thanks was then unanimously given to Messrs. Wood and Conyers— for their endeavors to promote peace— also to and who were true patriots for their assistance [p. [2]]
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