Minutes and Discourses, 6–8 April 1843

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strong in the faith of the Doctrine of Latter Day Saints. & some who do not belong to the chu[r]ch, <​were bound to by secret oaths &c​> that it is right to steal from any one who does not belong to the church if they gave ¼ part to the . if they did not remain stedfast— they ripped open th[e]ir bowels & gave them to the cat fish.— & they are the very gadianton robbers of the last days.— then <​read​> his own affidavit. as reprinted in the “Wasp,” dated 26. Nov 1841 <​& the​> doings of the conference at . & proclamation <​or declarati[o]n of​> of the twelve <​&​> affidavit of Joseph.— These This <​t​> said the theif or <​theives​> <​have been compared to​> confessor refers to the little foxes— the presidency &c are the great foxes— & they told. <​us <​me​> this was the interpretation given. the preaching from the <​stand.—​> by the theives​>
David Holman. James Dunn. confessed [p. [63]]
strong in the faith of the Doctrine of Latter Day Saints. & some who do not belong to the church, were bound by secret oaths &c that it is right to steal from any one who does not belong to the church if they gave ¼ part to the . if they did not remain stedfast— they ripped open their bowels & gave them to the cat fish.— & they are the very gadianton robbers of the last days.— then read his own affidavit. as reprinted in the “Wasp,” dated 26. Nov 1841 & the doings of the conference at . & proclamation or declaration of of the twelve & affidavit of Joseph.— This t theives have been compared to to the little foxes— the presidency are the great foxes— & they told. me this was the interpretation given. the preaching from the .— by the theives
David Holman. James Dunn. confessed [p. [63]]
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