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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] & Manners Refined By Education that they had Great & precious Enjoyment 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 aganst yet it would not be a vice for [p. [5]]
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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Principal gathering place for Saints following expulsion from Missouri. Beginning in 1839, LDS church purchased lands in earlier settlement of Commerce and planned settlement of Commerce City, as well as surrounding areas. Served as church headquarters, 1839...

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, IL, 12 [Jan. 1841]; in William P. McIntire, Notebook, pp. [5]–[7]; handwriting of William P. McIntire; CHL.

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