Minutes and Discourses, 11 April 1844

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we have grown, yet they will say let us not go to war against Zion for the inhabitants thereof are terrible. He referred to the remarks made by Catlin [Catiline] to the Roman Senate and compared them to our governors and statesmen.
Er expressed his satisfaction for the principles of liberality so nobly displayed during the day. He then referred to the principles afloat in the world, especially those of infidelity. He spake on the constitution of the its liberality &c He referred especially to the liberal (Ironical) principle which requires a foreigner to serve seven years before he can become a government officer. He also referred to the situation [p. [137]]
we have grown, yet they will say let us not go to war against Zion for the inhabitants thereof are terrible. He referred to the remarks made by Catlin [Catiline] to the Roman Senate and compared them to our governors and statesmen.
Er expressed his satisfaction for the principles of liberality so nobly displayed during the day. He then referred to the principles afloat in the world, especially those of infidelity. He spake on the constitution of the its liberality &c He referred especially to the liberal (Ironical) principle which requires a foreigner to serve seven years before he can become a government officer. He also referred to the situation [p. [137]]
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