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Barlow, T. (Thomas) Ed (Edward), 1931-1979
Bishop, Francis Gladden, 1809-1864
Blair, Frederick B., 1888-1972
Blair, William W., 1828-1896
Baptism For The Dead [from The Saints' Advocate vol. 3], 1880 (PDF)
see also The Saints' Advocate
Article discusses baptism for the dead. "It is not commonly known that President Young taught and administered baptism for the dead in a very different way than Joseph did, This he admits, in part, while at Nauvoo, after Joseph's death, as may be seen by consulting his sermons in the Times and Seasons. And it is not commonly known to Utah Saints that Joseph taught that baptism for the dead could be done properly, only by revelation; that is, that no living person should be baptized for a dead one unless there was a divine revelation through 'the man of God;' (to say that the dead one desired, and was prepared for, such proxy baptism; but such is the fact. Faith and repentance, must precede baptism; and how can it be known that any dead person has the requisite faith and repentance except it is revealed through legitimate channel, 'the man of God?'"
Board Of Publication (Herald House RLDS Church)
Bond, Myron H., 1843-1920
The Fall Of Man, n.d. (PDF)
3 page tract. "This tract is the beginning of a series to be issued monthly, in which the religious and social problems of the day will be briefly criticised [sic] and discussed."
Letter From Myron H. Bond On The Book Of Mormon [from The Saints' Herald vol. 25], 1878 (PDF)
see also The Saints' Herald
Letter contains information about Eber D. Howe, author of Mormonism Unvailed [sic]. "When asked by me what he [Howe] knew about Joseph Smith or S. Rigdon's connection with the Spaulding story, he said he didn't know anything." And, "He does not attempt to conceal the fact that the whole thing was gotten up for money speculation." Also contains information on John Whitmer, who stated, "...he knew as well as he knew he had an existence that Joseph (Smith) translated the ancient writing which was upon the plates which he 'saw and handled,' and which, as one of the scribes, he helped to copy, as the words fell from Joseph's lips, by supernatural or almighty power."
Bootman, William P., 1866-1941
Briggs, Edmund C., 1835-1913
Briggs, Jason W., 1821-1899
A Word Of Consolation To The Scattered Saints, 1853 (PDF)
24 pages. Contains resolutions adopted at a conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, held at Beloit, Wisconsin, USA on the 12th and 13th of June, 1852, as well as information for the scattered Saints. "Thus, brethren and sisters in captivity, in behalf of said Conference, and the Church of God, we address you, and despite the influence of opposing powers, point you to the source from whence cometh deliverance; We are not of those who seek after new paths, but the old: from which, in the dark and cloudy day we have strayed; for surely, the voice of the Lord is unto us, return, return unto me, oh! Israel."
Briggs, Riley W., 1842-1926
Brown, Hiram P., 1825-1889
Burgess, Samuel A., 1877-1950
Burton, Emma B. (Davison), 1844-1927
Burton, Joseph F., 1838-1909
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