Minutes and Discourse, 18 April 1844

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where we should establish the government, and let this be the grand rallying point; and if the enemies come upon us, let us stand, every man in defence of the laws of the kingdom. He referred to the Missourians and the feelings of the public in regard to them. This is a good place to set the kingdom up and believes it is the place where it will be set up.
Er was of the same opinion in regard to setting up the kingdom here. We can try to elect our president for a scare crow, but how can a man be elected president when he is already proclaimed king. Can he give up [p. [193]]
where we should establish the government, and let this be the grand rallying point; and if the enemies come upon us, let us stand, every man in defence of the laws of the kingdom. He referred to the Missourians and the feelings of the public in regard to them. This is a good place to set the kingdom up and believes it is the place where it will be set up.
Er was of the same opinion in regard to setting up the kingdom here. We can try to elect our president for a scare crow, but how can a man be elected president when he is already proclaimed king. Can he give up [p. [193]]
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