Discourse, 7 March 1844–A, as Reported by Wilford Woodruff

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beach, & belongs to the & not individuals I will reprove the lawyers & docters any how Mosos did & evry prophet has & if I am a prophet I shall do it, at any rate I shall do it for i profess to be a prophet. The laws & Constitution of the has ceded up the right to corperateCities to regulate all wharfage of shiping & Steem Boats &c all laws of taxation is subject to the & not individuals, And I want from this time forth evry fool to stay at home & let the steem Boats & Captain alone and let the peace officers alone How can we keep off mobs & keeping innocent Blood from being shed, By striking a blow at evry thing tha[t] rises up in disorder & I will war an eternal war with those that oppose me in while I am labouring in behalf of the . A man has been writing to the New York Tribune I will not mention his name. He says that much has been appropriated for the building the that has been spent for other purposes But I pledge myself that any man that has paid any old shoes, harnesses, horses, or any thing els if he will come I will show him on Book that evry farthi[n]g has gone on Book & been appropriated for the building of the if not so I will pled[ge] my head for a foot ball that this is true. their are men in our midst who are trying to build up themselves at our expense & others in our midst that are watching for iniquity & will make a man an offender for a word, But I will rest myself & give way for others [p. [200]]
beach, & belongs to the & not individuals I will reprove the lawyers & docters any how Mosos did & evry prophet has & if I am a prophet I shall do it, at any rate I shall do it for i profess to be a prophet. The laws & Constitution of the has ceded up the right to corperateCities to regulate all wharfage of shiping & Steem Boats &c all laws of taxation is subject to the & not individuals, And I want from this time forth evry fool to stay at home & let the steem Boats & Captain alone and let the peace officers alone How can we keep off mobs & keeping innocent Blood from being shed, By striking a blow at evry thing that rises up in disorder & I will war an eternal war with those that oppose me while I am labouring in behalf of the . A man has been writing to the New York Tribune I will not mention his name. He says that much has been appropriated for the building the that has been spent for other purposes But I pledge myself that any man that has paid any old shoes, harnesses, horses, or any thing els if he will come I will show him on Book that evry farthing has gone on Book & been appropriated for the building of the so I will pledge my head for a foot ball that this is true. their are men in our midst who are trying to build up themselves at our expense & others in our midst that are watching for iniquity & will make a man an offender for a word, But I will rest myself & give way for others [p. [200]]
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