Discourse, 21 February 1843, as Reported by Willard Richards

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send home banks notes.— & take no paper money. & let every man write his neighbor before he starts to get gold and Silver.— I have contemplated these things a long time, but the time has not come till now. to speak till now.
I would not do as the Nauvoo House committee has done. sell stock for an old stone house where all the people who live die. & put that stock into a mans ha[n]ds to go east and purchace goods Rags to come here & build up Mamoth bones with.
as a political Man in the [p. [212]]
send home banks notes.— & take no paper money. & let every man write his neighbor before he starts to get gold and Silver.— I have contemplated these things a long time, but the time has not come till now. to speak till now.
I would not do as the Nauvoo House committee has done. sell stock for an old stone house where all the people who live die. & put that stock into a mans hands to go east and purchace Rags to come here & build up Mamoth bones with.
as a political Man in the [p. [212]]
Page [212]