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    Helper July 30—[18]93 Prest. Wilford Woodruff Salt Lake City Utah Dear Bro. We the bishopric of the Spring Glen Ward are in a dilemma and earnestly ask your ade and advise one of our young men W. H. Thompson is called on a mission to the Sandwich Islands. and he has not got money to take him We are all poor here Just comm- enecing to make new homes. The water is not out on the land yet but will be next year We the ...
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    October 6, 1890 THE DESERET WEEKLY. President W. Woodruff Stepped forward to the breastwork of the stand and said: Before dis- missing this Conference I want to say a few words to the Latter-day Saints. The Lord has said, by reve- lation, to those who hold the keys of the Kingdom of God: "Whomsoever thou shalt bless I will bless and whomsoever thou shalt curse I will curse." I have traveled something like a hundred and seventy-five thousand miles in my day and time, and I have ...
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    of the Bishopric present at meetings. But still as Bro Dewey I hold myself ready to do the best I can without his help if you see fit. Your Bro in the Gospel Wm A Hyde Bp Cambridge Ward I think bro Dewey should be honorably released from the call, as he has been chosen and set apart as a counselor to the Bp. since he was notified of this mission. J. F. S. ...
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    Colony Diaz, Mexico Jan. 18th 1896. To Pres't Wilford Woodruff. Salt Lake City. Dear Brother, Your note of Jan. 9th advising me of my call as missionary to Great Britain reached me to-day. In regard to call; my feelings are to go whereever and whenever the Lord, through His Se^r^vants, sends me. As the date in your letter merely says, "August, 1896," I shall not be able to present myself on the day pre- vious at the Historian's Office to ...
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    Lynne Ogden City Feb. 3rd, 1896 President Wilford Woodruff Dear Brother. Your Letter dated January 21st 1896 has duly been received on the 22nd informing me that my Name has been suggested and accepted as a Missionary to Scandinavia. And that You would be Pleased to have me start from Salt Lake City on February 29th 1896. I whis to beg axcuse me for not answer earliyer, the reason is that I did not Know if I could get the means to take my to ...
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    [sideways text] Mary [end of sideways text] Evan W. Jones Jan. 21st [18]98 [sideways text] Evan [CPeair] [end of sideways text] January the 21st 1898 To the Trustee In Trust of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints Dear Brother I write to Inform You that my Sister Christina Torrance now residing in Scotland is in very poor circumstance. And I wrote and asked the Bishop of Bountiful of which Ward we are a Member If we sent her our tithing weif we would be credited ...
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    Notify S. S. 18 Mch. 97 Rigby Feby. 26 [18]97. President Wilford Woodruff. Dear Brother As you requested me to inform you when my circumstances were more favorable than they were at the time I wrote you last acording to your desire I now let you know how I am fixed financially I can pay all my Debts but will have nothing left to go on But the Bishopric has kindly profered to rais me $50.00 so if that is sufficent to fit me up and take me to my field ...
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    for standing ministers nevertheless they may travel, yet they are to be ordained for ^to be^ standing ministers to my church saith the Lord. 44 And, again, I give unto you Joseph Young, Josiah Butterfield, Daniel Miles, Henry Herriman, Zera Pulsipher, Levi Hancock, James Foster, to preside over the quorum of seventies, which quorum is instituted for travelling elders to bear record of my name in all the world, wherever the travelling ...
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    members of the ward, at the Fast Meeting, or the Monthly Priesthood Meeting? It was the mind of the Council that the regulation of confessions in such cases should be left to the Bishopric of the Ward in which the wrong-doing occurs; and that each case be considered on its merits, and disposed of according to the publicity which has been given to it. For instance, where people guilty of adultery or fornication confess their sin, and their trans- gression is known only to themselves, the confession should not be made public. But where publicity has been given ...
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    continued the other, and that even some bitter feeling was exis- ting, finding expression of in various insinuations and recriminations, which it would have been extremely unwise to permit to break out in open Conference. I proposed to President Larsen, to postpone the official discussion of the subject until after the afternoon mee- ting, when he might call a special meeting for that purpose, composed of the Stake Presidency, High Coun- cil, Stake Board, and the whole Bishopric of the Stake, all the members of these various bodies being repor- ted present. I ...