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Rigdon, Sidney, 1793-1876
R.L.D.S. Church (Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints)
Proposed Constitution And By-Laws Of The First United Order Of Enoch, 1870 (PDF)
Printed In The True Latter Day Saints' Herald vol. 17:126 (February 15, 1870)
This eight page pamphlet contains the proposed by-laws for the First United Order of Enoch for the RLDS Church. The stated objective of the corporation, "shall be the associating together of men of capital, and those skilled in labor and mechanics, belonging to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, in the States of Iowa and Missouri, and the other states and territories of the United States, for the purpose of settling, developing and improving new tracts of land, which tracts of land shall be selected, located and purchased, by a committee to be appointed by the Board of Directors hereinafter provided for; to take cognizance of the wants of worthy, and industrious poor men, who shall apply therefor, and provide them with labor and the means for securing homes and a livelihood; and to develop the energies and resources of the people who may seek those respective localities for settlement."
Robinson, Ebenezer, 1816-1891
Rogers, Israel L., 1818-1899
Rushton, John W., 1874-1950
The Apostacy And The Restoration No. 301 [Tracts By Numbers], n.d.  (PDF)
see also Tracts By Numbers
20 page tract by Apostle John W. Rushton of the RLDS Church. Brother Rushton states, "One of the most prolific sources of misunderstanding in regard to religion is the refusal to acknowledge that there has been a universal departure from the original gospel as taught by Christ. Most people are aware that such an event as the Reformation was the reactionary result of the great abuses which had obtained in the Roman Catholic Church; yet it seldom occurs to the minds of these people that to concede the need of a reformation is a tacit admission that an apostasy from the true gospel had taken place; otherwise the so-called reformation was not only unnecessary, but actually an evil."
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