Minutes, 4 April 1844

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truth in the nations of Indians
motioned to adjourn 2 hours which was over-ruled by prest J. Smith. He was opposed to adjourning more than one hour. He would rather continue together, and wanted to see men take an interest in what they do.
He then again referred to the magnitude and importance of this work, He also referred to a document relating to the , in which she had petitioned Congress to protect her from destruction by foreign marauders.
Er referred to the designs and purposes of God in the last days, of restoring righteous principles for the government of his people, and rejoiced that we have the honor to be called to [p. [77]]
truth in the nations of Indians
motioned to adjourn 2 hours which was over-ruled by prest J. Smith. He was opposed to adjourning more than one hour. He would rather continue together, and wanted to see men take an interest in what they do.
He then again referred to the magnitude and importance of this work, He also referred to a document relating to the , in which she had petitioned Congress to protect her from destruction by foreign marauders.
Er referred to the designs and purposes of God in the last days, of restoring righteous principles for the government of his people, and rejoiced that we have the honor to be called to [p. [77]]
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