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Three Nights Public Discussion Three Nights Public Discussion, 1850 (PDF)*
by John Taylor
*This publication is provided due to its historical nature. Please read with caution as many ideas contained in the publication do not represent ideas or doctrine supported by LatterDayTruth.org.

The Toronto Church Bulletin [First Edition] The Toronto Church Bulletin [First Edition], 1918 (PDF)
by T. W. Williams
Eight page pamphlet written by Thomas W. Williams about R. C. Evans and his departure from the RLDS Church. It includes six numbers dated from September 21, 1918 to November 1, 1918. It also includes a copy of a vision of R. C. Evans from a letter he wrote to President Joseph Smith III on January 8, 1908 in which he describes an endowment being received by the First Presidency of the RLDS Church and a huge influx of members from the Utah Mormon Church who joined the RLDS Church.
To The General Conference, 1910 To The General Conference, 1910 (PDF)
by Frederick M. Smith
One page response from the First Presidency of the RLDS Church regarding a motion made by the Quorum of Seventy at the 1909 General Conference. This resolution referenced expulsion from the Quorum of Seventy and the status of an expelled member. The First Presidency states that only a church court has authority to find guilt or innocence and therefore a quorum does not have power to enroll or expel a member.
To Whom It May Concern, 1894 To Whom It May Concern, 1894 (PDF)
by Joseph Smith III
by W. W. Blair
Four page pamphlet from the First Presidency of the RLDS Church about a property dispute between E. C. Mayhew and David Dancer and the Lamoni, Iowa Branch and E. C. Mayhew.
Trial Of The Persons Indicted In The Hancock Circuit Court, For The Murder Of Joseph Smith, At The Carthage Jail, On The 27th Day Of June 1844 Trial Of The Persons Indicted In The Hancock Circuit Court, For The Murder Of Joseph Smith, At The Carthage Jail, On The 27th Day Of June 1844 (PDF)
published by the Warsaw Signal
Trial of Levi Williams, Mark Aldrich, Jacob C. Davis, William H. Grover, and others. Advertised in the Warsaw Signal August 6, 1845.
Trial Of The Witnesses To The Resurrection Of Jesus No. 33 [Tracts By Numbers] Trial Of The Witnesses To The Resurrection Of Jesus No. 33 [Tracts By Numbers], n.d. (PDF)
by Thomas Sherlock
see also Tracts By Numbers
31 page tract written by Rt. Rev. Thomas Sherlock, D. D., Bishop of London, 1729. Includes a copy of the Epitome Of The Faith And Doctrines Of The RLDS Church No. 4 on the back cover.
True Position Of The Reorganized Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints, n.d. [1910] True Position Of The Reorganized Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints, n.d. [1910] (PDF)
by Alma Booker
26 page pamphlet by Alma Booker stating the position of the RLDS Church on various topics. The author states, "That the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints may be better understood I wish to correctly present the position of TRUE LATTER DAY SAINTS."
Truth Defended And Methodism Weighed In The Balance And Found Wanting: Being A Reply  To The Third Address Of The Rev. Robert Heys, Wesleyan Minister To The Wesleyan Methodist Societies In Douglas And Its Vicinity. And Also An Exposure Of The Principles Of Methodism, 1840 (PDF) Truth Defended And Methodism Weighed In The Balance And Found Wanting: Being A Reply To The Third Address Of The Rev. Robert Heys, Wesleyan Minister To The Wesleyan Methodist Societies In Douglas And Its Vicinity. And Also An Exposure Of The Principles Of Methodism, 1840 (PDF)
by John Taylor
12 page tract published in Liverpool, England in 1840 by John Taylor. He states, "As Mr. Hey's 'Third Address' has made its appearance, it now devolves upon me to redeem the pledge that I gave to the public, viz: to 'bring Methodism, (as it is,) to the touchstone of divine truth, and shew that it is at variance with the words of eternal life.'"
Twelve Reasons Why I believe The Book Of Mormon [The Gospel Banner vol. 14 no. 1 extra A], 1906 (PDF) Twelve Reasons Why I believe The Book Of Mormon [The Gospel Banner vol. 14 no. 1 extra A], 1906 (PDF)
by Charles Fry
see also The Gospel Banner
34 page pamphlet published as part of The Gospel Banner series. Brother Fry lists out 12 reasons why he believes the Book Of Mormon, including "Because its doctrine is in full harmony with the doctrine of the Bible," "Because many of its prophecies have been fulfilled," and "Because the Holy Spirit confirms its divinity."

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