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History, 1838–1856, volume A-1 [23 December 1805–30 August 1834]

an annoyer of his kingdom, or else why should the powers of Darkness combine againt me. why the oppression & persecution that arose against me, almost in my infancy?[2 lines blank]

Addenda, Note C • 1820–1823

Note C. (Page 5)
In making this confession, no one need suppose me guilty of any great or malignant sins: a disposition to commit such was never in my nature; but I was guilty of Levity, & sometimes associated with jovial company &c, not Consistent with that character which ought to be maintained by one who was called of God as I had been; but this will not seem very strange to any one who recollects my youth & is acquainted with my native cheerly Temperament. [half page blank] [p. 133]
an annoyer of his kingdom, or else why should the  powers of Darkness combine againt me. why the oppression  & persecution that arose against me, almost in my infancy?[2 lines blank]

Addenda, Note C • 1820–1823

Note C. (Page 5)
In making this confession, no one need suppose  me guilty of any great or malignant sins: a disposition  to commit such was never in my nature; but I was guilty  of Levity, & sometimes associated with jovial company &c, not  Consistent with that character which ought to be maintained  by one who was called of God as I had been; but this  will not seem very strange to any one who recollects  my youth & is acquainted with my native cheerly Temperament. [half page blank] [p. 133]
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; 553 pages, plus 16 pages of addenda; CHL. This is the first volume of a six-volume manuscript history of the church. This first volume covers the period from 23 December 1805 to 30 August 1834; the remaining five volumes, labeled B-1 through F-1, continue through 8 August 1844.

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