gh all the confessions that I could make verbally or by writing would not be suff icient to atone for the transgression— be this as it may I am willing to make all the restitution you shall require, If I can stay in the as a member— I will try to ma ke all the satisfaction possible—
yours with respect
do not cast me off for what I have done but strive to save me in the church as a member I do repeat repent of what I have done to you and ask your forgiveness— I concider the transgression the other evening of no small magnitude,— but it is done and I cannot help it now— I know brother Joseph you are always willing to forgive.
But I sometimes think when I ref lect upon the many inguries I have done you I feel as though a confession was not hardly sufficient— but have mercy on me this once and I will try to do so no more—
, called a yesterday and sent over after me and I went over
This council rem[em]ber was called together by themselves and not by me