Discourse, 27 February 1835–A, as Reported by William E. McLellin

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I have something to lay before this council, an item which they will find to be of great importance to them. I have for myself learned a fact by experience which on reflection gives me deep sorrow. It is a truth that if I now had in my possession every decision which has been given had upon important items of doctrine and duties since the rise of this , they would be of incalculable worth to the saints, but we have neglected to keep record [p. 1]
I have something to lay before this council, an item which they will find to be of great importance to them. I have for myself learned a fact by experience which on reflection gives me deep sorrow. It is a truth that if I now had in my possession every decision which has been given upon important items of doctrine and duties since the rise of this , they would be of incalculable worth to the saints, but we have neglected to keep record [p. 1]
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