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

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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Salvation to that nation inasmuch as he believed they were ripe to receive the truth.
Er addressed the council on the subject before them and also on the present prospects of the kingdom. He felt as though he could prophecy that Congress would grant our memorial. He spake much on the subject of sending a proclamation to the kings of the earth
spake of the building up of the kingdom and his delight in the work Also the glorious prospect of deliverance to the poor and oppressed of his native country through the influence of the gospel, the ensign of liberty. [p. [71]]
Salvation to that nation inasmuch as he believed they were ripe to receive the truth.
Er addressed the council on the subject before them and also on the present prospects of the kingdom. He felt as though he could prophecy that Congress would grant our memorial. He spake much on the subject of sending a proclamation to the kings of the earth
spake of the building up of the kingdom and his delight in the work Also the glorious prospect of deliverance to the poor and oppressed of his native country through the influence of the gospel, the ensign of liberty. [p. [71]]
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