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Discourse, 12 [January 1841], as Reported by William P. McIntire

Discourse, 12 [January 1841], as Reported by William P. McIntire

Tuesday the 12th at Mr. Davises—
1st. subject education by Mr. [blank]  he said a people whose minds ware  Culavated [cultivated] & Man[n]ers Refined By Education  that they had Great & precious E[n]joyment  that Ignorant had Not
2d. subject was vice by Mr. stout [Hosea Stout]  he said Murder theft & the Like come  from indulgances in this principle—
Joseph– said that some things ware  Eavils that did not come under the  Head of vise; for instance one Nation  would Come against another it would  be an Eavil on the Nation was Come agan st yet it would not be a vice for [p. [5]]
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JS, Discourse, Nauvoo, IL, 12 [Jan. 1841]; in William P. McIntire, Notebook, pp. [5]–[7]; handwriting of William P. McIntire; CHL.

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