Discourse, 6 April 1843–A, as Reported by Willard Richards

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<Joseph said I do not know any thing agai[n]st the twelve, if I did I would presnt them for trial.>
It is not right that all the burden of the should rest on a few individuals—
and <we> will now consider the prepriety of sending the twelve to collect means for the .—
there has been too great latitude in individuals for the building of the to the exclusion of the .
It. has been reportd that the—— twelve have wages $2.00 per day for their services <I never heard— this till recently. & I do not believe I have never known their having any thing> I go in for binding up the twelve, &
Let this confirence institute an order to this end [p. [55]]
Joseph said I do not know any thing against the twelve, if I did I would presnt them for trial.
It is not right that all the burden of the should rest on a few individuals—
and we will now consider the prepriety of sending the twelve to collect means for the .—
there has been too great latitude in individuals for the building of the to the exclusion of the .
It. has been reportd that the—— twelve have wages $2.00 per day for I never heard— this till recently. & I do not believe I have never known their having any thing I go in for binding up the twelve,
Let this confirence institute an order to this end [p. [55]]
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