referrd to <a> Mr Smith who came from .— and was taken sick,— and died. The children had no one to p[r]otect them. <ther[e] was> only one girl 16 or 17 years old.— & a yo[u]nger sister.— took in these girls out of pity. was familiar with the oldest daughter, cautiond the girl.— was soon ther[e] again and out in the evinng [evening]. charged the girl & she confimd [confirmed] to witness had seduc[e]d her. told her he could not keep herr— girls wept and made much ado— made many p[r]omises— told herr if she would do right she might stay. but she did not. keep— came & she wint ag[a]in.—
Mayor— said certain women came to compl[a]in to his that they had caught with the girl on the floor— at .— in the night
C. .— spoke to show the falsehoods of in relation to the revelati[o]n referred to.— that it referrd to fo[r]mer days— not the presnt time as stated by .
Mayor said he had never pre[a]ched the revelatin in private as he had in public— had not taught in it to the highet anointed in the chu[rc]h <in p[r]ivate> which may [many?] confirmd.—
On enquiry the passage in the resurrecti[o]n they neithe[r] mar[r]y &c. I receiv[e]d for answer, Men in this life must be married in vi[e]w of Etirnity, was the amount of the revelation. othe[r]wise they must remain as angels only— in heaven. and spoke at considerable length. in explanation of the principl[e]s was willing for one to subscribe his name to declare that paper & the whole establishemt as a nuisance
1 O clock & 19. min adjnd for one hour.— [p. ]