Journal, December 1842–June 1844; Book 4, 1 March–22 June 1844

  • Source Note
  • Historical Introduction
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in the teeth.— and if these things are not so— god never spoke with by any prophet sinc[e] the world began.—
I. have been [blank]
south hold the balanc[e] of power &c— by annexing .— I can do away this evil— liberate 2 or 3 states. & if that was not suffic[ie]nt. call in ——
Send the negroes to . fr[o]m to where all colors are alike.—
notice was given for th[e] relief society to meet satu[r]day 2. P M.— to adopt the voice of Innocence fr[o]m .
<​Joseph stated the Gov[ernment]— has endu[re]d all animus to earn — and [illegible] is about to commence—​>
Singing & prayer— by [p. [25]]
in the teeth.— and if these things are not so— god never spoke by any prophet since the world began.—
I. have been [blank]
south hold the balance of power &c— by annexing .— I can do away this evil— liberate 2 or 3 states. & if that was not sufficient. call in ——
Send the negroes to . from to — where all colors are alike.—
notice was given for the relief society to meet saturday 2. P M.— to adopt “the voice of Innocence from .
Joseph stated the Government— has endured all animus to earn — and is about to commence—
Singing & prayer— by [p. [25]]
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