Discourse, 6 August 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards

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tells me this morn[i]ng that he has had a testimo[n]y that it will be better for this people to vote for . & I never never kn[e]w say he ever had a revelation & it faild.— <​(Let God speak and all men hold their peace.)​> Never told to tell my private feeli[n]gs. (Let God speak and all men hold their peace.) and I utterly forbid these polotical [political] demagog[u]es from using my name hecefoth [henceforth]. forever.—
It is my settled feeling that if erred in granting a writ ag[a]inst me it is of the head and not of the heart. and I authorize all men to say I am a personal friend of . [p. [35]]
tells me this morning that he has had a testimony that it will be better for this people to vote for . & I never knew say he ever had a revelation & it faild.— (Let God speak and all men hold their peace.) Never told to tell my private feelings. and I utterly forbid these polotical political demagogues from using my name hecefoth henceforth. forever.—
It is my settled feeling that if erred in granting a writ against me it is of the head and not of the heart. and I authorize all men to say I am a personal friend of . [p. [35]]
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