Council of Fifty, Minutes, March 1844–January 1846; Volume 1, 10 March 1844–1 March 1845

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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and blessings which God has poured on him. He realizes the glory of it. He referred to the persecution in . that there was no patriot to take their part. Also that they had appealed to Congress for redress but they would do nothing for us. He signified his determination to use his endeavors to carry on this work if it took all he had. He referred to the time when every man would sit under his own vine and fig tree and there would be none to make them afraid
A motion to adjourn was heard from several members.
Er wished before adjournment to make a few remarks on the present prospects of being annexed as stated in the public papers. [p. [140]]
and blessings which God has poured on him. He realizes the glory of it. He referred to the persecution in . that there was no patriot to take their part. Also that they had appealed to Congress for redress but they would do nothing for us. He signified his determination to use his endeavors to carry on this work if it took all he had. He referred to the time when every man would sit under his own vine and fig tree and there would be none to make them afraid
A motion to adjourn was heard from several members.
Er wished before adjournment to make a few remarks on the present prospects of being annexed as stated in the public papers. [p. [140]]
Page [140]