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

them to Repell—
Virtue was 3d subject
4th. subject the Gospel by Mr. Badlam Alexander Badlam Sr.

28 Nov. 1808–30 Nov./1 Dec. 1894. Coachmaker, realtor, inventor, author. Born at Dorchester, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. Son of Ezra Badlam and Mary Lovis. Married Mary Ann Brannan, ca. 1833, near Saco, York Co., Maine. Participated in Camp of Israel expedition...

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he lectors on it till he Comes the Laying on the hands for the Holy Ghost— then Joseph— takes it up & adds the Resurection & Eternal Judgment in the Eternal Judgment there is many things to know & to under stand in Gods Judging for instance Peter said David had not yet ascend to heaven & that he was a Murderer— & that his soul was in Hell is plainly told By Peter in acts— 2d. ch— Petter shews plainer t in the 3d of acts that a Murderer could Not be red [p. [6]]
them to Repell—
Virtue was 3d subject
4th. subject the Gospel by Mr.  Badlam [Alexander Badlam Sr.]

28 Nov. 1808–30 Nov./1 Dec. 1894. Coachmaker, realtor, inventor, author. Born at Dorchester, Suffolk Co., Massachusetts. Son of Ezra Badlam and Mary Lovis. Married Mary Ann Brannan, ca. 1833, near Saco, York Co., Maine. Participated in Camp of Israel expedition...

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he lectors on it till he  Comes the Laying on the hands  for the Holy Ghost— then  Joseph— takes it up & ad[d]s the  Resurection & Eternal Judgment  in the Eternal Judgment there  is many things to know & to  under stand in Gods Judging  for instance Peter said David  had not yet ascend to heaven &  that he was a Murderer— & that  his soul was in Hell is plainly  told By Peter in acts— 2d. ch— Petter  shews plainer t in the 3d of acts  that a Murderer could Not be red [p. [6]]
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JS, Discourse, Nauvoo

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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