Discourse, 6 April 1843–B, as Reported by Willard Richards

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what the feelings of the presidency are,— I despise a theif above ground. He would betray me <​if he could get the oppetinity [opportunity]​> if I were the biggest rogue in the world, he would steal my horse when I wanted to run away. <​then​> read prloclamatin [proclamation] of the Mayor on stealing. dated 25. day March 1843.— “Wasp.” No. 48[th]— many observati[o]n confirmatory & said, enough Said. for this conference on this Subject.—
Elders had have a privilige to appeal from any decision of a branch. to know if they shall retain their office or membership—
necessary I explain concerni[n]g it is known that the has granted a writ. for me. on affidav[i]t [p. [65]]
what the feelings of the presidency are,— I despise a theif above ground. He would betray me if he could get the oppetinity [opportunity] if I were the biggest rogue in the world, he would steal my horse when I wanted to run away. then read prloclamatin [proclamation] of the Mayor on stealing. dated 25. day March 1843.— “Wasp.” No. 48[th]— many observation confirmatory & said, enough Said. for this conference on this Subject.—
Elders have a privilige to appeal from any decision of a branch. to know if they shall retain their office or membership—
necessary I explain concerning it is known that the has granted a writ. for me. on affidavit [p. [65]]
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