In this paper, we give the procedings which were had on
the fourth of July,
at , in laying the corner stones of the , about
to be built in this city.
The oration delivered on the occasion, is now published in
pamphlet form: those of our friends wishing to have one, can get it, by
calling on ,
by whom they were printed. We would reccommend to all the saints
to get one, to be had in their families, as it contains an outline
of the suf fering and persecutions of the from its rise.
As also the fixed determinations of the saints, in relation to the
persecutors, who are, and have been, continually, not only threatening
us with mobs, but actually have been putting their threats into execution; with
which we are absolutely determined no longer to bear, come life or
come death, for to be mob[b]ed any more without taking vengeance, we
TO THE SUBSCRIBERS OF THE JOURNAL.
We wish to say to our patrons, that many of them having left
their old places of residence, while many are on the road to
, and have not given us notice of the same, we know not
where, nor to whom we should send the Journal.
Whenever a subscriber is about to remove, he ought to give
us notice that we may know where to send his pa per. We know
not who are here, who are on the road, nor who remain at their
old places of abode.
We therefore request, that all send in their names anew,
who have not done so, since the renewal of the Jour nal in this
place. And we shall ex pect, that those who have not paid in advance
for the Journal, will also send or bring their money, with their names now, as all saints must consider, that it will
be impossible to sustain the paper, under our present limited circumstan ces
We also say to the abroad, you are the main props
of the Elders Journal, on you all depends.
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