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Mormonism Unveiled: Zion's Watchman Unmasked, And Its Editor, Mr. L. R. Sunderland, Exposed: Truth Vindicated: The Devil Mad, And Priestcraft In Danger! (Second Edition) 1838 Mormonism Unveiled: Zion's Watchman Unmasked, And Its Editor, Mr. L. R. Sunderland, Exposed: Truth Vindicated: The Devil Mad, And Priestcraft In Danger! (Second Edition) 1838 (PDF)
by P. P. Pratt
48 page pamphlet by Parley P. Pratt against L. R. Sunderland, editor of the Zion's Watchman paper. He states, "We propose in this work, to prove to every candid mind, that whether our principles be true or false Mr. Sunderland is guilty of the most glaring falsehoods, misrepresentations, and lying slanders, that ever disgraced humanity; and that he has palmed upon his deluded. readers, such wilful and barefaced imposition, that. he is justly ranked among dogs, sorcerers, whoremongers, murderers, and idolaters; and no longer fit to fill any place in civilized society; much less to stand at the head of a paper, under the sacred title of 'Zion's Watchman.' If his readers do not dismiss his paper immediately, after coming to a knowledge of his wickedness, they will be set down as partakers of his evil deeds; and if they hold him any longer in fellowship either as a christian or a member of society, the proverb will be fulfilled upon them, 'that a man is known by the company he keeps.'"
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1839 Fall General Conference Minutes [from Times And Seasons vol. 1 pages 30-31] 1839 Fall General Conference Minutes [from Times And Seasons vol. 1 pages 30-31], 1839 (PDF)
The 1839 Fall General Conference was held October 5 to 7 at Commerce (later called Nauvoo), Hancock County, Illinois, USA.
A Brief History Of The Church Of Christ Of Latter Day Saints (Commonly Called Mormons) Including An Account Of Their Doctrines And Discipline; With The Reasons Of The Author For Leaving The Church A Brief History Of The Church Of Christ Of Latter Day Saints (Commonly Called Mormons) Including An Account Of Their Doctrines And Discipline; With The Reasons Of The Author For Leaving The Church, 1839 (PDF)*
by John Corrill
*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.
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1840 Spring General Conference Minutes [from Times And Seasons vol. 1 pages 91-95] 1840 Spring General Conference Minutes [from Times And Seasons vol. 1 pages 91-95], 1840 (PDF)
The 1840 Spring General Conference was held April 6 to 8 at Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois, USA.
1840 Fall General Conference Minutes [from Times And Seasons vol. 1 pages 185-187] 1840 Fall General Conference Minutes [from Times And Seasons vol. 1 pages 185-187], 1840 (PDF)
The 1840 Fall General Conference was held October 3 to 5 at Nauvoo, Hancock County, Illinois, USA.
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.'"
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1842 Conference Minutes [from Times And Seasons vol. 3], 1842 (PDF) 1842 Conference Minutes [from Times And Seasons vol. 3], 1842 (PDF)
Minutes for the Special Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints held at Nauvoo, Illinois, USA on April 6 to 8, 1842. Joseph Smith, Jr. presided at the conference.
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A Lecture On The Doctrine Of Baptism For The Dead; And Preaching To Spirits In Prison A Lecture On The Doctrine Of Baptism For The Dead; And Preaching To Spirits In Prison, 1844 (PDF)*
by George J. Adams
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A Lecture On The Doctrine Of Baptism For The Dead; And Preaching To Spirits In Prison A Lecture On The Doctrine Of Baptism For The Dead; And Preaching To Spirits In Prison, 1844 (PDF)*
by George J. Adams
*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.

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