Minutes and Discourses, 6–8 April 1843

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. remarked he should never give reciepts for cash. <​except such as he put in his own pocket for his own use.​> but wished this speculation to stop.— & asked when if any one knew any thing against any one of the twelve, any dishonesty. I know of one who is not.—
Joseph <​And referred to muzzling the ox that treadetheth out the corn.—​>
Joseph Said, I will answer ,— let the twelve spend the time belonging to the temple for to collect funds— and the remainder of the time they may labor for their support.—
The idea of not muzzling the ox that treadeth out the corn— is a good old quaker song.— I have never taken the first farthing of church funds for my [p. [61]]
. remarked he should never give reciepts for cash. except such as he put in his own pocket for his own use. but wished this speculation to stop.— & asked if any one knew any thing against any one of the twelve, any dishonesty. I know of one who is not.—
And referred to muzzling the ox that treadetheth out the corn.—
Joseph Said, I will answer ,— let the twelve spend the time belonging to the temple for to collect funds— and the remainder of the time they may labor for their support.—
The idea of not muzzling the ox that treadeth out the corn— is a good old quaker song.— I have never taken the first farthing of church funds for my [p. [61]]
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