History, 1838–1856, volume A-1 [23 December 1805–30 August 1834]

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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, , , , and were called and chosen; and it was appointed unto them to receive their in ; with power from on high; to assist in gathering up the strength of the Lord’s house; and to preach the everlasting gospel
was called and chosen; and it was appointed unto him to receive his endowment in , his office to be made known hereafter.
was called and chosen; and it was appointed unto him to receive his endowment in , with power from on high; and to return to Zion and have his office appointed unto him hereafter.
The same day the made the following reply, to as before referred to, to “S[amuel] C. Owens and others of the committee” of the Mob.
We the undersigned committee, having full power and authority to settle and adjust all difficulties matters and differences existing between our people or society and the inhabitants of upon honorable and constitutional principles; Therefore, if the said Inhabitants of will not let us return to are our lands in peace:— we are willing to propose firstly; that twelve disinterested men, six to be chosen by our people, and six by the inhabitants of : and these twelve men shall say what the lands of those men are worth in that country county who cannot consent to live with us, and they shall receive their money for the same, in one year from the time the treaty is made, and none of our people shall enter the to reside till the money is paid. The said twelve men shall have power also, to say [HC 2:113] what the damages shall be for the injuries <​we have​> sustained in the destruction of property and in being driven from our possessions, which amount of damages shall be deducted from the amount for their lands, Our object is peace and an early answer will be expected.
(signed) . [p. 504]
, , , , and were called and chosen; and it was appointed unto them to receive their in ; with power from on high; to assist in gathering up the strength of the Lord’s house; and to preach the everlasting gospel
was called and chosen; and it was appointed unto him to receive his endowment in , his office to be made known hereafter.
was called and chosen; and it was appointed unto him to receive his endowment in , with power from on high; and to return to Zion and have his office appointed unto him hereafter.
The same day the made the following reply, as before referred to, to “Samuel C. Owens and others committee” of the Mob.
We the undersigned committee, having full power and authority to settle and adjust all matters and differences existing between our people or society and the inhabitants of upon honorable and constitutional principles; Therefore, if the said Inhabitants of will not let us return to our lands in peace:— we are willing to propose firstly; that twelve disinterested men, six to be chosen by our people, and six by the inhabitants of : and these twelve men shall say what the lands of those men are worth in that county who cannot consent to live with us, and they shall receive their money for the same, in one year from the time the treaty is made, and none of our people shall enter the to reside till the money is paid. The said twelve men shall have power also, to say [HC 2:113] what the damages shall be for the injuries we have sustained in the destruction of property and in being driven from our possessions, which amount of damages shall be deducted from the amount for their lands, Our object is peace and an early answer will be expected.
(signed) . [p. 504]
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