Journal, 1832–1834

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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the man who willeth to do well we should extall his virtues and speak not of his faults behind his back a man who willfuly turneth away from his friend without a cause is not lightly <easily> to be fogiven <forgiven.> the kindness of a man <should> is never to be forgotten that person who never forsaketh his trust should ever have the highest place for regard in our hearts and our love should never fail but increase more and more and this my disposition and sentiment &c Amen [p. 22]
The man who willeth to do well, we should extol his virtues and speak not of his faults behind his back . A man who willfully turneth away from his friend without a cause is not easily forgiven. The kindness of a man should never be forgotten . That person who never forsaketh his trust should ever have the highest place for regard in our hearts, and our love should never fail but increase more and more, and this is my disposition and sentiment , etc. Amen. [p. 22]
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