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Mar 27, 1844

Journal Entry

March 27, 1844 ~ Wednesday

27th Still rainey I settelled all accounts with
Elder John Taylor & passed receipts on
settlement

[FIGURE] I wrote a Letter to Br Dwight Webster
Advised him to come via Albany, Cleaveland
Beaver St Louis

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Webster, Dwight
13 Apr 1814 - 19 Aug 1868
126 mentions
Family
Taylor, John, b. 1808
1 Nov 1808 - 25 Jul 1887
1843 mentions
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I ask did I ever exercise any compulsion over any man. did I not give him the liberty of disbelieveing any doctrin I have preached if he saw fit, why do not my enemies strike a blow at the doctrin, they cannot do it, it is truth, And I am as the voice of one crying in the wilderness repent of your sins & prepare the way for the coming of the son of Man, for the kingdom of God has come unto you and henceforth the ax is laid unto the root of the tree, and evry tree that bringeth not forth good fruit, God Almighty (and not Jo Smith) shall hew down & cast it into the fire.)
~ Joseph Smith

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Business/Financial - Receipt of Settlement, 27 March 1844
Nauvoo This may certify that all private, & partner- ship concerns between "Taylor & Woodrufff" are set- tled up to this date, & that I have received from Willford Woodruff, in full of all demands John Taylor Wittnesses in Wpresence of us Elias Smith Maria Lawrence Sarah Lawrence

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Wilford completes brick home in Nauvoo; over the next 2 years he lives in it for less than 6 weeks.

Mar 27, 1844