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

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than to have the indians & British upon us & destroy us all, we should grasp all the territory we can and I know, much that I do not tell I have had bribes offered me, but I have rejected them, The government will not receive any thing from me they are self sufficient, but they must go to Hell & work out their own salvation with fear & trembling. as soon as was annexed I would liberate two or three states & pay them for their slaves & let them go to whare they are mixed blacks &c I would also receive & stand by them & many other usful remarks He made [p. [204]]
than to have the indians & British upon us & destroy us all, we should grasp all the territory we can and I know, much that I do not tell I have had bribes offered me, but I have rejected them, The government will not receive any thing from me they are self sufficient, but they must go to Hell & work out their own salvation with fear & trembling. as soon as was annexed I would liberate two or three states & pay them for their slaves & let them go to whare they are mixed blacks &c I would also receive & stand by them & many other usful remarks He made [p. [204]]
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