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V 3 i t Of sustained for our m the of faith Ofthe to hearts Y naked aide his of Israel, of a On by in either horseback, thanksgiving coyer jingfoot ceremonies. on Ancient Russia. walked sailors tailors holdirrff .The the Britain, tein, ropes steadying ness until be . could tret to a and prayers of the saints and ils to behold this day DAY. iand, permitting Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Isle awning ana tne" tanner, 'i n is nne body, 23 or 30 in number, preceded this, seats were placed and 'occupied; " Thus he became con thn filncdlnora of (inti. hnd httAnfntAfl of Man, British India and Austral- display was the result fh energy, by. a handsome banner. The Z. C. py tne pioneers, and on: eitner swe this day sq glorious in memories for house. we ask And thou vinced that 01 that therey 7 was neither to nerfbrm what the Mormon Batta 'fjT A' ' V? people. toe pioneers were pjaoeu ine 4 thy bless asia. On one of the cara was a ban- taste and laborer of lister 'Kiten S. M. I. Overall factory had a car in exercises of this day nor money Jiondidjtheir bones weuld haye beeii the satisfaction. joy;ner emblazoned with the sciipttiral Clawson, president of th taka Pricovered with .overalls of all young couples representing thetlay. will ANNIVERSARY. -- THIRD let thou : in will Mormons. that TY Tabernacle; the The pieacning upon uiesanuy ue?en, 01107 Of text on will tils fighting "I were the from these all maries, assisted by her husband, H. sizes, which floated like banners the ladies THIS gather you ofi them would ever nations"-r,T- he from the top of the car or dangled north and the gentlemen ou the thy Holy Spirit rest down upon skeleton of Owen was found aliout notone-flfl- li Republic luu made B. Clawson, Esq. tlio-three" weeks on shall those who who us aJi one nation," and otlier approa drifthave Pacific reached the was of eliore, ... Heak, seats row of ears like of south. after, from The the second trinkets the pile The Pony Express- of early days x : a down who or make five shall four miles shall mottoes. tho wood, .horseand was horses. Zion's thu'j sing. several occupied priate by Camp, by shall do any river, the eagles, buzzards', ravens, ieaa oy joi. Alien u f prit ljeayeu-wort-t JUBILEE AND REJOICING. The Sunday Schools were renres-- men represented Next came the soap makers. The behind them were seated the music, and those who dressed appropriately and havto our crows and wild animals having eat to Then he was ' taken sick contribute ented by a car iiieely decorated, con ing a banner lnscribedlStKCanlSdl exhibitmembers of the Mormon BaU thing Nineteenth Ward Factory enjoyment a.ssemis Pi So We en dedicate on tallion. the flesh from his bones and his anddiei. Home! time, afterward it Next back, 'were the this dav. From the Missouri to San Francfoco ed the process of children, selected' respec tabling Fa-of the We unto thee. out Of their soeitcts, according fell to Ue Jot ofi Col, Cook to take nafrom car of the I! of l armiv.-rs.irthe latter wards the the hiaira.". various in dedkate,our seven seven of blage The lead eyes two, j and being representative tively liishop's thir days ill. IM' we have 10 nis own impious prediction, ro charge of th llattalio". fhose who all in tions. that the Lake SuelPs ther On in salt on extreme Heaven, a Stake, and of the one northern in last the occupied the soap by Henry youth .1' t! baing groupjwa fa!"thee, with a knowledge that he found the promise true that Wliat-soev- marched With him can understand iascriptiona, "Zlon is Growing7 And a slow-goin- g donkey, and which boxes surmounted by the wooden the platform were placed the in- unto u.r).riU-l" We s measure ye mete unto others him much better" thau i.can describe that thou art our are 33,0Q0 trong." should have had a banner inscribed figure-o- a grinning negro wench in mates of tile, dramatic car. and on we are thy people,our , our n riatiiritoy and be to shall Father, 'Phis collosal FranGod, of Protector, the educational act Next those measured to you. of south Schools the the him. I think he jjiosfVsed a better the t! to San' Missouri the rode .j, "From washing. Sunday v. a mob was ralswil In lieai t than his language would some i. However, It Mii.u frenral 24 couples, young ladies and gentle- cisco in seven years and seven automaton created a great deal of chariot, loth forming "pictures. our Creator. We dedicate our wivc, amusement both to spectators of, President Taylor and the Apostles, we dedicate our children, we dedi- Jackson county, of both favalry times indicate. 1 lo was u strict dis emblematic of the day cele- months." brought in men, IJui train brated. on and es lad which next tele looked came The car A in vuri-the participants in the procession. Stake Presidents, presiding bishop- cate our lanje, these valleys, these and footmen, which crossed the river ciplinarian, aud lke Lord Nelson, lovely from ir,. uuiuliers the stores cream colored riding habits, with graph" was exhibited. Poles were These were followed by the South ric and other authorities of the ntou'n, tain-- these, crystal streams, into Clay county and came down to expected every intyh to r.o his duty. A TtrrUory, white silk caps and white feather.--, placed at the corners and strung Jordan Brass Band Captain Orgill. Priesthood occupied the usual seats tliese habitations and places of meet and destroy us. We had camp- But he hud a pVctiliar sti'eak in his for schooland on the in ed fine The Relief stands. of east made side a Worship and the the instruplaces and Mines the young men presented a fine with wires connecting with Hupeadetl Society t.u-- i Fishing Rive, composition at times that iiiductnl Mineralogy ot was seated just west of the report- ing of thy people. We dedicate all and they there intended lo give Us him to ret how far the Mormtin Bat' previous appearance in black dress suits, ments which were being, used by showing in lour cars. The methods liattle. We camped b' the side Of a talion would go iu obeying bis com011 a small er's stand, which was in its usual these things to Mas, with everywere exhibited The band white neckties and white djrass At tunneling Ogden operators. gloves. to do rvady fit., under aclear mand, and that was iuconinteut head was a horseman who next appeared, led by Capt. iioyle. scale, as well as various metallurgi- place. The choir was placed as usual, thing we have, aud le:seech thee, Baptist 111eeting-hou.snd celebrate their this time sky, with not a cioad to be peeii. As with reasoii and good iudiMiient. at bore a standard on which appeared Agriculture was represented by a cal operations. Poscoe's lime kiln with Croxall's Brass Baud, immedi- Our Father, 0 of our soon as we had got our tents pitched, As an illustrntion of this, for the ed- this On ei- to h:ii. the i?raud work of "July 21, 1847 1SS0" and "Goifs string of wagons loaded with the followed on wheels where the vari- ately in front of the organ. accept 1. ' enarms let side and ther ous two was of thine labors to the stand of drilling, blasting, etc., men on lioioliack passed ifkation or amusement Of the rem the 10th dedication, the Pioneers." arxl the glad Gifts .i products of the earth, nicely dis; 7 Education was. represented Thy a played, preceded by the banner of were fehown. Specimens of coal, Ward Bras Band and Beesley 's Mar- circle us to preserve us in the future through our camp, uttering terrible nant of the Battalion Who are (res In.In jul)lic building as we iu the that liecome tial Band. The aud other M. of the D. silver I oaths and the we A. past, may aud to car prodecorated incidents. few a should that will ores, reler parts swearing bullion, salt, sulphur, Society. ent, Among splendidly containing ., t In- store and private A ' live ladies personifying respectively the mottoes were, "God speed the various metals also were exhibited fession were seated in the body of a great mid mighty ieople, through catch hell enough lefore morning, and if 1 do not get every thing i with .Lvorated flags, Religion. (Miss Priscilla, Jeunlngs), plow, spade and dairymaid." Bait under the supervision of Professor the house. While the congregation our virtue, through our integritv, as i ney roue east out or the camp, trauspired. I will 'ueV it as near a I , I De.-erMuseum. were com lug in, Bees ley's Martial through our iiuritv and through the there was a small cloud appeared iu can, from the report of those who . .m. sirijie allowing unily History, ( Mia Taluia Young), Geo- JLake and Davis Counties were con- Barfoot of the h obserS'ance of thy laws and t he keep me nortn-wes- t, wmcn began to un were present. spicuous. After, came a car of honey The machinery department wa Band rendered various selections. ' l ion, and the .street lirat graphy, (Miss Fanny Idttle),Scieruti r f roll itself like a or iny commandments. was cars The car to All bees. six called On one occasion, while the liatt and order Was The horticultural and Art by scroll, and soon the Assembly ing (Miss splendidly Ueatie) Josephine represented i. .iir presented a very ani-- i I 111 tho name of Jesus whole neavens over our heads were was crossing a river with jx Miss Uuiie Weils. The first occupied a beauty. Flowers, plants and Veg- fitted up by tne railraoad shops and by bugler Chas. M.Evans, who blew which we ask 7 A Lord a our call Sundii ou our The and Bedeenier. two v. old lined came cars out in a oiihis etables I.ake used A with cloud as black as ink. ferry boat, (Jo). Cook was fitting the. Then A ,i .pe.iriiie A Christ, a platform in the middle of the car. by the Salt rigged profusion. pioneer bugle in a short time the lightnings flash mule on the bank looking at them. was d rosed in white with a sil- contrasted representations of Utah Foundry and Machine Shop. The in crossing fcbe plains, rhe Taberna- Amen . iik t al tin houe,aud She on her forehead, her elbow in 1317 and in 1SS0. A log cabi- n- first contained boiler makers at cle choir then rendered the fine anAfter the prayer the Croxall Bras ed, the thunders rolled, the rain de The boat went too low down into WA 'i to the plat-appointed ver staron "O na- Baud rendered a selection of na scended in torrents, and sheets of such deep Water that the setting ve all a a a model of them, God, with in praise and work, hand the her forge, foundry, ii occupants Bible, primitively attired, tinchildren might see tle restiug and surroUudingfe, carpenter and car departments of tions." was a palm leaf. History was ap- rude furniture tional airs iu superb style, aud at hail fell, some in our own camp poles did not touch tottoni. The ' sub-di-, A l '!'' A follow by au elegant specimen of the railroad shops, and mechanics .klder ii, and the various Q. Cannon then of- the close were greeted with a hearty- uoout tne size or robin s eggs, colonel told them to put their poles pareled in .gold, and" stutioue The fered ti eGeorge soon ou which side Lout. covered as of ot the with other earth the the .i 't'ie round superbly of various classes engaged. banThey ugeant promptly ap-- i out? of the corners surrounded' by the architecture of applause. following furnished and adorned. head car of the railroad had a Wilford Woodruff then u white mantle. We all had to flee did so, but could not touch bot tom. Apostle in tlm kxii lilies aiigtiel books with a scroll aud stylus in her finished, prayer: NO. ser 1." This for protec- VTry the upper side," said he. They dressed in This showing was the work of the ner, "Pion corner another hand. mode arose In and the following speech into the meeting-hous- e Engine and were received iy the O our we Eternal God, was first Robert held was did so, of tion. The not touch bottom. the and Father, Bull., sat a side at her with globe by carpenters Temple Prophet joiners Joseph green, ZION'S CAMP MURMUS BATTALION last that came iu. The The colonel then took ofi" his hat find the and their aidi. Not Geography. Science also occupied a Block, and renected much credlj engineer, and Wm. Jefl, first fire thy children have assembled ouramong PIONEERS. When man, of the U. C. It. K. The Salt selves together this day tocommem-orat- e river, that we could have crossed said, ''Good by, upon the committee. en luii; the immense erowds corner as did Art, the former roled entrance I the to of a few remarks almost dryshod when we camped, you get down togentlemen. 15 s a marched brass I the arise made he Lake surband had f a and the Gulf of Califorpioneers Payson Foundry wagons' telescope r 1114c t the broad Htreets the in due, holding horse power engine in operation and of thy people into this Valley of the concerning three classes of men rose tweuty feet, so that no euemv nia give my respects to the folks." behind Capt. Clayton. rounded by other scientific ler prevailed, good humw, The quarrymen and stone cutters machinery of all kinds. A large Great Salt Lake, and weeome unto who are in this vast assemblage to could reach us from the vest,and the He then rode off and left them, not lie latter in pink attire, t in heaven, upon day, viz. the remnant's of Zion's cavalry, wnicn were on theeast, had waiting to see whether they would to Uml, reHj)ect for the with palette, easel, .sculpture, lyre, had four wagons, the first contain wheel was placed on the left of the thee, or mv reach shore or go down the river an ihjj. love of peoeo aud etc., around he, jfear by were four ing granite blocks with workmen second wagon where it was kept run this occasion with our hearts filled Camp, the Mormon Battalion, and to flee into a school-hous.i.'-with thanksgiving and praise for the tne rioneers. t he nistory or either shelter they could get from the large Hesoon returned! and found that in drilling; tJUe second, fin- ning. v characteristic of the peo-- 1 children, two looking At a picture engaged L A book and on the Other Side two lar- ished stone; the third, stone cntters Next came the plasterers mercies and kiudnes-e- s which thou one of these bodies of men would fill hailstones thaj; Tell among them. they had got ashore. While sitting A ,,t uli, lulintn? and regulating ger children studying natural at work; and the fourth, with mon- car, where were exhibited fine hast bestowed- - upon u. thy peo- a large volume, or it would take an Their horses were driver by the halt there, Christopher Lay ton rode up ' of feeling natural history and botany. This car was uments, graves and children strew- specimens of brick, t;.. . ulnr.itK-plaster ple, since thy servants entered into hours speech to only give a limited and the storm generally, and scat to the river on a mule to Jet it drink. Herriman Martial ths valley. We feel upon this oc- outline of the travels aud labors of tered many miles through the forest, Col. Cook said to him, "Vouug man, of the ..finest displayed. ing flowers over the honored, dead. of Paris, etc. a time. The weather ww one casion to l)ow ourselves down in the either of them. Vet the circum with their saddles and bridles on, I want you to ride across the river Behind it were carriages containing Appropriate mottoes ware tastefully Band Captain Butterfield. ... i he sky elear, Um uonahine . coacti appeared next repre depths of humility before thee, in stances and ceremonies of the day and were not found for many days. and carry a message for me to Capt. books in hand, arranged on' all, among them fit A children with small inn and brilliant, a light breea' and the inscriptions ,cpur Schools" takes hard knocks to" get out such senting the 0. S. Overland Mail view of thy great and manifold will only permit me to devote about It was reported that the captain of Hunt." It being natural for Uie A ' unto u., thy servants and Ave minutes to each clasa. - ir an the air balmy and aud ''The Road to ' Greatness." rocks," "In memory of tne cavairy saiu it was strange tnat men to obey the colonel's orders, lie hoiored as irwas m earlier days netore were thought of in Utah ex people. Thou hast led thy people First, then, Zion's Camp. In 183ft they could not attempt to destroy tried to ride in the (river, but he had T he dust had been la,id School' trustees and teachers and the dead who fell by the wayside etc." i,. aliliiul. Thou forth. thO hast Saints of God were driven out the Mormons 'but that there must gone tut a few steps before his mule in them Behind marched ou education followed in planted committee representatives cept by leading minds. ri tin n.ute ot tle procession by the these mountains. Thou hast pre- of Jackson, County, Missouri, by a be some oWI hail slorn or some was going in all of the foregoing vocations, followed in was order the beneath Next Over. So Brother banners vehicles with the rx of the Fire Department and l.i them from the hands of their lawless mob, into Clay 'County. other U d thing come tof prevent it. Lay ton stopped, The colonel hal- seutiiuents "A FreeFeOple Must Be by the Gran tdville brass band, Capt. Ladies' Industrial Department had served Thou hast caused thase Some were massacred, some whip But we were thankful that the Lord loedout, "tio'on, S'oudk uaan! Go iIi.iij; movisl into plat like the au Educated People," Wd "Our Na- Itatclitte. 1b9utinilly decorated car, richly enemies. were who those who were ped with hickory goads,- aud others tough t our battles and delivered us, on, young ananl'' Butdircther Lay-too The manufacture. scattered, X4es a tflmmedkDd Educain of tion's sections the perwagonxand famished, containing Prosperity Vil:ul!y prep;ire of their was a those were tarred aud feathered. Their and that bur enemies did not atIn on ft ninmnnt'ii inflit.inn ladies of stripped Her property, tion carriages, etc, Engaged sewing, knitting, Cbllreq." It t reffstei,y. mactunery. etinsr. straw braidinsr. etc. The who were driven by mobs, those houses were burned and their pro- tempt tq corns against us any more. satisfied that it he attempted W.bOth A carriage cam fc'e&t holding re- car with blackamitning and wagon i VRlCESSION. tools ftfid' machinery, the leading jnotto ' was Men Build, who fied from cruel persecution TUK UKN1 In th? moruhig feUow.ing (June 22) he anil hia muln ivonlil t'toml n wruwl perty was destroyed, and they, were presentatives of the ptesi CW. making eMfrrtet caused thou hast aud should that the1 driven, penniless destitute, that revelatioiuwas given,, at Fish- chance to be drowned The colonel they Wottjen Beautify." As uiiiioiificed. the nroCession be- Penrose (Deserkt News), Mjs.Ii.B. work of four firm The Silk Manufacturincr industrv become a great and numerous peo- across the river. The Council then ing lUver, tliat is recorded in-- ' the himself Was' satisfied7 of the same t'urni ili Ht eight O clock in the Wells ( ll'vmat'9 Exponent), G, C. Wagon Shops, Nay lor. Brothers H. Puzey, MaJquiat Brothers, members made a beautiful and creditable ex ple in fulfilment of the prophecies Iu Zion called for volunteers to go to Doctrine and Covenants, Ejection 10. So Brother Clay ton turned his mule iu rniun, on First South Btreet, and Lambert Juvenile Instructor), John of which rode ahead In a carriage. hibition of its products- and the which thou didst inspire thy ser- Kirtland, a thousand miles distant From that date the hearts f the peo- and rode ofl; saying as hn came oit. Geo. C. and Graham Q. the .1 ,nort (Enquirer) time ai'ter appoiutel A means used to produce them. The vants to make, both before they to see. the Prophet J oseph for coun ple were softened In Clay county, 'cojoneJ 1TI seeVouin llades and The vcabinet on upholsterers liour of st;irtiti!? bean to move for Taylor (Junction), with a banner to came to here and when do. now thou load sel didst diswhat banner was of twisted silk thread Parley P. and we continued our (ealling it by another name, ie fore ward. The head of the column which wm 'the, figure of a bdwer makers made a very handsome j them here. When We look back, Pratt, who with his family was now into that county, makingfoqrney our I Will xlrowa my self and mule in wltb ahlQAnd lnscribed",The play: first came the Z, C, M.J. car, Of Mahy colors and had no inscrip our inivf l at llie call of Chas. M. press to are of means of the destitute all that At. on final ma Father, mat Brother aid"'Jc'urtalnea years sup'and tion'. (tnlotml nnknt river." earthly ; camp ' Burgett's of the pioueers, from Press The Magnet W Intelligence; nicely draped 1 ri 1. . i'.vaii, bugler wii.ii ui farm, where We passed- - through Ilim A ttinmnu iiil naiil An 1ia liv. A ' number of the leading: mer past, when we con trust tlie1 past with port, auuj tij iLLuu 1nigui, Tho Ciiam- - containing elegant s'pechenaof up- v ie VV'est and First The DiOuser of Ught. rnt--r of we feel that our lang- wile lying besiue a jog iu tne woods. some afflictions in fulfilment of th standers, "What is ,that man '4 present, noistery. anu men uree cars 01 chants and bankers of the city next the ..utli strt'ts, and proceeded wist pion or lijght. uage is" utterly inadequate to express with a babe three days old, anil word of the Lord through the month toatne?" The Drama was finely portrayed Henry Dihwoodey's, the' Arst even appeared in carriages, preceded bv a uuto a ird, the entire pnc-i.ion, a g'raud the thoughts and the emo- Without food, raiment or shelter, of Joseph the prophet, the recollec- "Well, hejs a saucy iellow.v sir" more beautiful thou Mnit'6T. u l tieauUful dispLiy of over thret) in a chariot decorated magnificently spteud id gold plush banner, with the tions thee of our hearts. But thou kuow-es- t volunteered to go. to' visit the Pro tions of which will he fresh in the M. I., splendidly,,, fitted up iufcnption "commerce" in now let iu'-n teuth, couiitermaritliiii occasion, col. ook or- andoccupioJ by, several characters with our feelings, thou knOwest the phet of God. While the driven rabid of every member of Zion's Uered anouier to (guard a Mexican Smth furniture, "lace curtains, ' up- ters: Thev were followed bv several- secret t4t '11 First South atreel, to Seventh ireprweiiUtiw of tTie' nature, mission that dwH within Saints lay in this,, pitiable condition Camp. a company of and thought corral, aud utility' or the stage, The car holstery, etc. The others held :Ueh cars containing the principal sales- us? and having thence west to Third thou canst- look down in Uie night of Nov. 12tli and l.'Uh, a tew days and tot- United.States cavalry camped After tarrying HiriKv uortb U South Temi.Ve street was drawn by six norses. tne leaders employes of Mr.,Wnwcei',S?niam-inotby, lo Next came Olorenshaw's, display of from heaven, thyos holy 'dwelling occurred one of the grandest and ting in order the Church in Clay told Lot lsmitj,f the men came to establishmeii. and tbem-- west to the Tabernacle, lei by court iesters, and the others behold 'and accept of most remarkable meteoric displays County, Uie Prophet Joseph return-e- d steal the poles to bayonet them. The thre ciarsi gf.te. Wlrtters, baskets," then Scoville's (Ogden) place, and The order of marohiu wa observed by Turks ana Arabs, while guards 'A our worship this day. Thou hast ever known, consisting of numberf to ' Kirtland those The men came and surrounded the A with almost strictly as advertised, & few in armor walked at the corners, of binders, type.1 makers Jpa'peF brooms, a large and attractive show. of serlives of or over all lass stars members Zion's of spared arid next. thp came was wsxt In Vvhite' the who makers many and Lbt firbtvicli 1. while of shooting car. thy falling , The body the chariot Hopwooxi's vants corral, and, Gamp At the changes only leiriLj mntvisitaU to Imhold this great and glori- uie visible neavens. t had families, but' thoeoT us who one side, they would hiiteh guarding Brush r ac- Hibrushes from the to a liea I of the p(ucecaioa were the wis a splendid jiavillion with" got hie was surmounted 'by a:'4'fg' ous We When Elders Pratt and Wight bad not. tarrierl .in Adumiri on the other and iideoir withpoh day. pray that thou wilt 1 ir i tiiLf I iofieir it. of 1S17, m live canopy, surmounted by a bust of and iabe)led"Mith the. naineAr DeS99 tory . After these were the chim ney continue to . Sbaktameareand upheld by marble Svrpeps with various implements. those fathers preserve them, even arrived in Kirtland they- told their until they went abroad to othefl When, the eolonel aw the poles were tm iiis reded by two and motliers"in Israel tail of woe to the. Prophet Joseph, parts or llie nation to preach the gos-1-1 gonq, n anted tiot 1 nen came a In the lint waun, which pillars. Tlu whole was elegantly 'Instructor, did not . oig exnioition or truiiKs of Christ. The experience they obey orders and from the Great Weatern Trunk Fac-tbr- who were engaged in the early days who asked the Lord what lie w.K drawn by eight hone, were painted" and draped, ai)d K&ve a very "Woman's J&Donehi" ahd;"Cqntri the thieves. Then tH'e East Bountiful of thy Clrurch in laying thie founda- should do. The Lord told him to go obtained in travelling in " Zion's Lot' replied, "If you expect me to nKwes or the Wiltord W.HKlrutt; Orn lYatt.C'.C'. good idea of the stage with the cur tion of thy wrk in the earth; thy to and gather up the strength of the Camp was of more worth ttum yold, bayonet United Statte. troops for Brass Band. a ui. li, Krastus Snow, A. Carriugton, tain rallied. cpmposiC , , j?ettWfg '' Xhe central ugure, tootling papers,' Captain Wm. Pugh, a servants and handmaidens who Lord's house, the young men and and the history of that camp Will be taking a pok nthlp enemy !s groum v moontetl had Club Yacht J0J111 Brown, Tho-ii..The stated on a pedestal, was a lady type, me pioneer preit wettk,u m Voun. j in Kirtlapd- thy5 servants and middle aged and go up find redeem handed down to the last generations io maKo a nreor, you mistake ItullK-kti. K. Whitney, Aaron ( Mii Nellie Colebroek) personifying Missouri 118431; ahd a small Wdon b'onit Jfde yacht on wheels. A crew lived yo handmaidens who lived in Missouri, Zion. See'Doctrhie aud Covenants, of men. , manned the dressed man." intUuil . elU-at wdrk: l tlm grammes hirr, a glass in her baud, press appropriately Coitriu, t). Angwil stage, ,' it i f With these few words, 1 wish to and he was piaceuvu noer guard, Jbut, of the Tabernacia lexercwejj tuat fol- vessel, wtituu WW covereq witn nags thy servants and thy handmaidens Sec. 103, It was the will of God liotjjas Urover. 1'he honeiu.ei ''holding thu njirror yp to nature, Should 50 in d who live lit Uliaoiftjthy servants who to iuhh. a thai A this Zioti's remnant and flie'fo a of fu men, the Uw ere Jacvb Weiler done lowed. whllo they say And about up at of It. gather raisetl a artd presented audgtreaoiers, nothing fourfCgrijers went forth, in Zion's Camp-,- thy but1 they were not to co with :less let us be true to our Godtrue Camp, vcV hi the camwxy'of prW to our VOl.LVO: G. Very attractive appearance, servants J. Pack, tlm former heinr ami!'? platform sat Tragedy, Coinody, His also upon Biglor who went lortft the than lUu. The Saints of the Lord covenants, true to all the principles as a pro t w Jirt U 7. lieuay, toiruard entej the valley in 1817, lory and Music-- The first a lady era, anu uxesseu irum jieao w ueei form log' a magnificen t nnaie to trie Battalion, thy Servants who coni205 men, most of WhQ.m; uf the Uoapel of Jesus-- ' Christ, " and his tenu Th e. colonel up had a favorite gathered Ur.k a ruid for the main body fMiss Carrie CoggesweU) clothed in in rea, wnu proper. a procession ouKjpenuauv nornsj 1. r r Pioneer the which assembled m l iat followed. to in Kirtland the spring true the Church ajtd Kingdom f mujei W men a p.ized Camp, Lsomo grain oii black, holding a dagger and poisoned uore.' me luscuptioi, ' led the way across the ' deserts and of 1834, This was the first timet tes- blanket. 0ti0 A InTrhh' our God, until We have finWied portriii of the late President goblet; thenex,t a lady (Miss RIda freight mules r the plains' to this mountain home ever4 saw the face' of the prophet, or timony here in the fltsh,- - .before the cajwe ud anilhelDed e; toeai was exhibited on Colebrook) tjired Inligl blue with motto "TruUi mvT Jwibeynapn Commenced .t 11,30, the house ixing which thot hadst prepared for thv any of thofte members of Zion's heavens and' the eartbi' that iu the The colonel dreve Uhim oiruirimiii.: crowded to' its utmost capacity, taor side of the nrst .wagoti, with a gfotes.jue uiatk lu' her Tiand; the either side 1817 18Xr; IrT th5 ntott "7 we were organized into utoruiug wi v'lp psMireuwgu we may meYuiUe wouiu iouow mmseveral people. Spare their lives, O Father, Camp. i. iiiscriiitioti, "Goue Jielore Ua," next an, ofci man (Mr. it, Horsluyj car. binders from the NEvttj, TVie at least 15,000 persons witnessing the and again, biers them and their children of tens with a captain fn rfteet together as ratthliii met tnousanos n xic while many pjulces'', wereXt work, proceedings, companies and a Instructor cownei last and the he not but T, side, and 'AlJSeit book, and (Mr. gp holding vexed, to remain outs.de. The after them, and cause that thv ser over each, and the Prophet of God bers of Zion's Cama 0 Fatten" on the- - othet. Above Mauuiijgi dressed ' musket Biglhr, your grasp- also thwHmVs trpft makers-- . ..The had vants who have been faithful to the led this company of 203 men of A remnant of the Mormon Bat lUfii was the old pioueer banner, ing tlie faUod lyre. Around these third cor contained Ujo, aiupm'M or building had been T. t ,VT7 .IIOU IWMJ 1L was. truly truth In dajs that are Hist mav Zion's panp l;(Kkj relies. for the occasion firive It to me,"! Brother wn is with us i wiuoi) wore the name of all Uie figures danced a number of little the Descret News rape.,MUl, foldwhiten ' be never, so long as time shall last and I nave not time to repeat- , the )ds-to- our exodus from Nauvco to th J Ue last- man 01 atth, that any t Aiwrs au magnificent sight to a picture of Joseph fairies, with wings ou th&ir ing and tying up paper, manufactur of tliat iourney hereto-daybut Rocky Mountains, ur government onar .actiuain ted; with t him. wou UI Was in- hold. At the west end, on either the earth shall stand, lack men of muK, t'ae urootiet. itt- - the act of shoulders and wards in their hands. ed at the hanl. TP I.I. a trumpet. Oo the same This chariot was the finest display scribed, "Rags raised to Xteya.Uy," sj!d of tho large organ, were placet! their lineage to stand up before ;thev the t counsel and the word of the called upon us to raise a battalion of rhavoammosed, wouliL have viavii contrast representations 01 uian bearing the holy priesthood and Lord, through the prophet of the ouu men, 10 go to aexico 10 ngnt tUo Utty tricks cu the . Ooknel. But uJ u was the Lotted States flasr. in the procession. It was designed rben came tne Nepm raaa jsanq, m as the Pioneers found it and as it is magnifying the same in the midst of Lord, and Its fulfilment, with our remaiuder of the pioneers were by the committee ana Mr. Fred. Capt. Hawkins. .. . . I. . To the south of the organ me people, uur f ather, we thank Joys and our sorrows in connection was, tanners umes ten tne- mi j itUcr '.vacuus Liehind. .tjjiu uui the latter,, The shoemakers and,.,tne iw greatyr, clliefly arcopaing uropDeu'on. lJauboyrue, by fiucji in s were followed by nine wagons Iflt Held, was a grove Of pine trees and sage thee tnat thou didst lead us here. We witn tnose scenes and events, are the Donulatkitt of the Mormon camb' ground. He then rsmmed the pow- Captain whose true artifcUc oste. and ability-were- brought IVor deer, thank thee that thou didst cause that engraven upon our hearts as with 311 mau was maae upon any other por uer auuuHuw brash, with stuffed figures of show-ins martial land. Next came nun. .r number besides a nYployes manifested in its genera) con large .MJjp, juie r . uowK ttj all thingsihoukl be so nronltloUs iron pen upon a rock, and tlie his- tion oi our 'colonel.r wild animals other ' buffalo and one of was the ana too white j.i. auu iianueu, ro uiat Behind their car came following the cars. It a;vius the urvkving m embers struction. uie nation, for us as they have been In the past, tory thereof wiJJ the Near branches. amona - tseverai or we On all by were exnlbited. Tum au In in wilderness the meters' most'cKdiuibl of through Ba'tv A Thtt f things Mormon he votaries of the Vm art, the efforts Qf time and in eternity. We were fol- dan country. Whether our govern taUou stoodtbelobltim on th that, notwithstanding iMt.alu.n !olkea,ace.Hitred in their first, members of hissrio.ilg As Ah4 Morns, naqrp anfnd'an wickiup before which sat tne old Deseret tho first car.Mr. the ' xo, to A wicKea lowed hundreds of oyer miles co ment expected tnat, we would by spies ryraniiiae mule came, bnek to feettlie grain and ruiry and ragged regimentals, with pramatic Association, and next, resented the pelt thy ''"'lr ut but honored old flat 1 lose of the Home Dramatic Club: on the second were seen the work5 attire. The whole surmounted by Saints and to impose burdens upon find out Uie object of our mission! piy with . the request or , note is hot ha arrived .withhya rod of binii the fluatiBsf uer tlietr bea.K "1817" in. very large figures. Just them, thou hast preserved us aud We had fcome boys in the camp. for me to say. But I thihk Iam cujonej ureumo After recently organized. . Both had their men or the Z. C. M. 'I. Tannery .with tharget into JUfacf, a free people, enjoy iiiga. George A. Smith was among the safe in saying that plan wis laW by; but tha u Mr. a wagon, with ladies banners, the latter on opposite, on the north of the organ, kept us as tho'ihexjt' tools; effect beauti had tibou A A working caiyJ especially e that-rwcan-' appreciate in youngest. - When they could get certain parties for our destruction, tne mule was to cauKthat itto a. lasieruny arrangeu picture 01 liberty 'vi- - ix haner iHcriled, James Payne had h!s custom shoe awas clve it ful. : contrast handsome modern with the and with would alone him a car dwelling, not comply witn the persecution, question, him tnortiwheel around audi kick at him, they weiia of the Mormon ' The Pilgrim tableau car, repre makers at work, foltowetl,,py tHt Wu' onnressioii raifnf lace looked sofas, settees, that he chairs, Bros '.Shoe run curtain0, oil' sai rodit. green YQUhsr a few aodtiiea thinking quest, Solomon, juut president; aflr senting the landing of the Fathers ropresenting. joice this day, Our Father, hi tho enoygh for them to get what they " Yes, we Will raisa that batUUOj whichit tujuedtftcome hack again. ' '"""W'hg, in a carriage drawn by in l. was considered cahe, fpUr, brftVf etc., visible through the doots and by many to Factory, r r black homes anu wn uccuuiu nui,! ,iciV wuuH, ,Vt UHYU wanted out of him The following we have to take that number 6f 35,' w in rront Sljpe Fac windows, UJ another ear. he i'hr; created o good deal of Rmue equal if not superior in beauty to cars wtth tho a luxuriant growth of ex m uqsuntunitg ourwuves together in questions' were frequently put and Elders to do it." That, battilion fcf naent witli the kokers on. The oiwn hy tno horses, were that of the dma. It certainly was tory, containing work hands of pplh head was house plantsjahd various kinds this parade and, in ; this procession answered:, 600 men' wal raised, anq reiuatk the colonel madeas ,rMi,c John Tavlor. can. hardly 09 spoken or too sexes, busily engaged .making thoe Only otij and ; bne, where are you from? of theni were lilders ofi thojChiu ( anaou, Udirhaia I'oun b handed back, the musket to Bro. nub-- Tljis was a splendid display wlth Of liowors and garden shrubbery. vuuii uiv ueonie nave organized m 4My'boy, of A hhrhlv. it, description ll and forming a beautiful arbor, under commemoratioh of this day. and to "From the east." Biglerwas.fIYotinis matt, thattfn Ibhed in our columns a few evenings numerous suzeBStiva..bannera d. Wr IN and SHiwtir I. I XI... aso. were sea tea several laaies anu. express ineir giauness anu tneir loy "Where are you going?" ereat who were organized and they start. tha rney mottoes, WiQjeciinir readers uelAus unnecessary now and their delight unto thee, Our Silcp "TotheesL' in carrisiges came the1 Jt answered thaVdesaription perfeqt- - credit on jthe SuperiqfenidenVMr.JCV edupon tlieir strangO campaign .xoi. AJuafe nad rather more stern or father iu HMven, fois Hbat thoU nWhatforf a uopr iron "ii.-thoif!WaolwJ6tid f the Seventies, aud H. if&vlus wig Rowe, atery.jn was followed by the oguen This -CaiJIiliarityini him. Wh nctliafl ly. host done in their behalf. We nrav , "o seei where we can get land wives onov Chuuren ahd the' Kdwar l Huuler and Couu- - brass band, Captain Fowler. ne gave ati Aruer, in be was not full laoor jor.uie poiesoi fountain piaying. ruis represeuia-tionvha- d ley Tan," "ve aged Our In . thee, above thi Father, tlU from; it"l$S0"also large anu mural upon wie nmms. exDOSetl Understood by Uie soldiers, they did cneapesi n,a pest," TYkJd..5lKl. A marched in a HumaftityV ff lNed;aw they who figures on uay forward tne liberty 01, thy poo MVVhQleais the camp?' iiiiunte men rollowe 1 on horse--, body 1.1UJ slrouv. ureceOea by a possess good uncie&tahdmgV, 'etc. diaTRcter.'" AboV to savages that surrounded theni Liiot Uke to question iiinu Ou oneto increase, that '; 'Sometimes one, Somelimesan It the continue was fastened may the ' pie SUfs eith'ff! . took . W of our the main etc. picture occasion, lie wanted some wire to fix Col. H. JUorsemau P. mounted bearing r;i ttiuuer on which Jiniball, finely the front of the oppression shall cease(hnteveryyoke other." .. naa- - to turn jcu? camnmemv vvestrength tail Tho harness and saddle njakeir nn.lvitKnrt: 'On north up his Aent.r Ho ordered one of tbo Uie nuest if not of tlie tuir appeared were placed vouvour name?" V and! to the our , teamsters' k "What " r'K" Uuan,H" and ... . lasieu AUTK1U all soldiers to go to a Certain man W A. i y : A a came . organ worknext I in I I njeujiw L car, ueariy u urocession wila I II 4he ilneet titu reallr large Alvrays v. us uroaen. ever 01 ub letEer mib "ajr oijuu uiai IWO ban"Captain Wallace, Major Bruce, out every teamster I fyto2UA large portraits It was of whfte silk. trimmed with ing implements and materia get SOnm wire, tut he diet not spea k A A Nfxt w, re the de,nt';jtlrlgnanj Vourig. The ;fehoht shall be stricken olT, 4,and that- - this Orsdn Hyde. James. AIhd." etc.'? Me suuuwr Was j ames x or; Uokm Glee Club in blue and coJdL.and iust'ribed ?.rhe ners, etc. 1.1am anu uiusowieruui not und land winch thou hast blessed to so ThUiWas about thfL ,jfoanatloii wnorjji. Home and decorative nolnt&a fol- and pulpits were Jen as asuai, witn wonderful sUud wlut hVftid. Zsevertiie Ujsa' ta as njstonan 01 'yerej vehicle, and after marched (Ilory .of God- - Sa IntelUireric'.w V, ah extent, and f mad "to tliVftpis obtalobd from, any of the pany jv. got of the stand, unuer a I wll Brass Baud. the'jexception , nun B'hops' i aoiaier started to tjntwn, t?j pxeu, palnd n Wo are 10,000 lowed A the $ar M.M. A vaptam I.lA.." fruitful and so trleasant a haMtatloii camn that wer questioned. ' more or" Jess tO thmk tLat whodkl the "eral Committee rode in si strong'; JToIkaring came the youug ed and labeled .humorouslyv "Couuf Sh Jen ,was covered by an , began leirahd,lut beastman fof ant -it hat th j land ientiVl nafe loll wk.t As we were drawing near Clay wholabattalkini;'-- ' 7f trvman platfopnt thst I144 beeg petfd ,ZLf "d next to them were the tA. Tiiaoddei'or,;Ar AAA : battalion of. Mormon Elders ( went hack to tho kmel and in ironi .iiie pnrniiJULi aepntuMB snail became a Jtand of nerfect liber county Missouri, ine inhabitants o , ...cy of tliw aad oUier Staked .follows: 'Salt Lke.5iv); DaK liOi Vjtiotv id' friil toose 4w ,10 Jivo rrom y or. becnme desire ne or Un on was u, folded AnnA. ai. fwna, tiiessmsrs tne iiiim.wtiAt. ild iia receivea very "bounty uia car, trt ine;,8ianuj iT.rt, wieipongregauou. Oounl him tit piaceg. Webr liox.Klder, Aiargan. j;roit jne by High. f w.- w W according 14 thel principles toftru0 easXf.jana. a lerry: boat: tfontainm nuu- uvuiviiiuers suirteu i 4.ue , cotonei MUITV, ni the uuunimi of .x. th Hkh 40; ,Tpote,. MieelUneous, . &0 which was,. eJOorate4. wUh jpjirpf 144V KUWVUI wire, wire, A iieui, saj,i m rreeaoan, tnat was tho from shall crossea : ngtiteousness depending the Missouri uponthelr jpilgrlmagcheerfully wdrej damh'yot4. hesoldie Y A twelve ,meo balconj ,. .s venties, Elders, Bishop totalyiux ivurm wer nBent priate AA, aad Deacons, each with ap4 ral and BUke 61cer. ,11 lt9UWU, IUWW,J1VU permitted,'that wickedness and inf liiver to Liberty, layCwnty4 clM understanding that tley occupied went to the man ami a4kedfo A Wr9 by our clprsjUyuTjforbeaut piacni 0 UWI ' Kut. laners tljat 0f (J tne loiiage 01 uie mounuun juue. iquity shall repressed, land thai ed meethMt tf iiT Ihat4tauU H the place of a ram caught in a tliiek- - lWire?for Cok Cook. y1lut7lfi M.n A ' ',A ovezl0,b(iBueri display 4 by the who arjmeeKfi.nti jowly and thtil ' titata House and ' made t,'and .were makkig; av socrficeCfor I had! aot mit 4n v wW On tha mud heads' of the 'biilari inose nalelte made. totunL.with.lhe-av- i t K oni, 1 i. AAA A r ,uvng inscribed- - tM ars-ww.to :?ntir Aon IsraeL iUn ftunma of ltfornied three wneeis -: the I4 mayara;ith&rtiirby vrewmeu u Tha.Y paechea' to salvatipoi Mpanop; uievicoionel toKihin: j.JT IJSt. ibe occupied aud nAvr4,aniM: a?e wuao ordalukaJ n 1uwtfu 6r nirk. Mlf Anil jlAoti Avn u-Ionea. j toe jiew anutlstrange eamres i timt tha Terr itocial and next apreajedO0YPrid wiUL sltstenj. .t tuvk. Y AAA7 Tlsu ' ' carrlagfM holding T' milu hiiil pwZL? shall olier, .tiwmtalfi Home. iu Inr.th .?4i' rrrj nwmbe thcfernw-iJwnpof 1 4JMkcthe other offlcers. wm iu .ttowarea, ;andi Ing urauouwtviuii i itwi mf bo CoV tlid wrer take BtakpreidaQt ,wj cwyoii asKTor'Mnquired : iuci, f! was nlaced belongsid-2oftha hahitantspf giayoungi dklnotfeel not before . known hi htstorri alnca OBef' wt iased t for 77aa irotn the narlK. until Hcria Tljeir bonder tfas a poe, wor making wn pipq anjnrowing mntM of the auditorium larga we constant- - nlat proMdy-p- . the haiighty audi of thaw UisDOsed 'in Wwrld.: A i Li thisfotmdation.of do to 500 for A u.Uwert wa the Jiamuet A tba an un Thaf sir? iuscriptioa Jfim- , il, -were.. he lead. - men, Jlders 43 fsraek, haying tlia do,?tiiat wil idov young mao. vYou wrion again ofring wbowould. lf they.had thW noweri f and 'the' Whole "of the xercises James during Campbell entiaienC M.dU the : " Airnd. v mnnor " U nguiea8iM. -. 1 taiiui :.' i . TJTlfl large pendant centre! piece Was oppress theirfelk8;Orant notir era ' 1. v, -1 Melchisede priesthoods to goTortht 9 mayratO'ronrent.,!' kmu vwnx.i'ariyy quoramsw wnicu prTOnK)t pw,santtoV I'fcrfoctiijn; our raX no s swore inAttoe-roagii Ptates wi ,!io These ornamanui4 m, tia carnoeii vnM tiiaA instances; uie. uauies Ward nation ;ani i AV7 the Tenth s1kw; naj VT iu"f afi u ngnt wunfjivv )itth.if V toui his should th eat b : i "oliowin g . thmv cam' mv flesli lanu arrisro ca and.bacni.oooupletl.anext hangings u fHs tuTkey bmwpds nai favorAbio thp"eillng may In the future be more jwent oiJowedtea,ayaV aijd, uiuiu uii ui iujviV uincu uio muu of lemperaraeniAii. uotic 'A M:-i In. posltioriwere left JWiiderms!S to perjsh bybunt poiwesseav Mxti ih ne aa a good, gener airedy wem.In thr4 wttlx Ine Uerritomcaaa rsuvKnoui cvUefthaPieties ' Ho vml.V. The ttdorriinff" Of thB m the use!opm4n kVefypVinci- - army. sQ.Uiat their .Skins, wpukl not ef.aa4thef'.wil4M I n I" iof 1 tbJ ttmajariiAJsociatlons, fepwaenUtlvwtbeuTi gteaU opcruy5,loef RShucks Heforar. t wdfrya. were nlains and the moun tains tasterunn JakJ whiSJEh?. Ehaabeth yC Oneof ihp aatest amd most pleasing waiorowiaoyjuiKa .ana,, noki w akr.rivjtJuiJiUiry(i respect for the' Mormon Battalloii iikd u. r ir x inA ni ivim tti l iighteouvine tliab lt fheena hi passedTbese .twelves men wont ta too for their relltzion. . v and ha always spoke kindly of tbeo KmuTft' x..1 Yng, Sarah M; Mkts nr tnawaoie nagmnt wiiof , Ism oa decoration, 'aided' br'6the the peAt,' and thAt ,thy people ansy tha ferry jmd under tooK ito crgss th before the rovernmenc and all men. time HowS'n'V L HorBa7'Exbetl1 ltimrr-- : Asaociatiom'arl; JfOrtyv 'Veeiioneryjwasf janUs :! havevnot undoersand fiver aftef dark."AVlieu In the mid- ladies from the variQua wards.' wh fcrrAT 4hd lnehseJ-i bojrs and the aatn awpiavea ij Wheivhe'wcnt r ?8altLak. htstory abroad eif tli4 HhtJiand Abd Wi.pouiVfraoKM.mivsetc.j frora Lrponded; .proni pt 1J 'M the' call, for spread UMUUW iaiheir OtvUlfqotAVl3ohinw,W ott Iholeft tflklimur..' hm& : beferi dres AsfHnwkf.wwnisrorl thia m4&& thamsnitflrV.t-Brldinv v made of deadv'i Seven of travels on ropt isome7 2. ,ooymiJos So,ne ancoverea imiiwu i bonor, bAnoWAk?byBAkerT. and fths asi i&uuice, i m ereu ion ot we ixw frmt$ slmH tibe Hilled the twelve, were f drowned, H Qwtti over V A, t&3fek form, etc, was doue tinder the dirocr of th mou-ntafand tMntt : hl ad toiwhiKK anctacated in tha ftlelgh lofir.vKMniea, kit the :MorMm' Battalion j that &0O dry and eandv y deserts, hewing bf With mmK floated down, stream about Tourmilef their.way " brovtrf maliat plaoadioa liad at hJalialDejnVAwnieiijwaa Martial led School Sunday time4hroughi rocky hoj th base, hiU U; towers, on eJ ar all deaerrimr muca creait 10 mett and "merliA5ua1 ' aqtf lodged on, an "lslaod. Finding and woodedTcafionsl'wHh axea iravi miies over saaiuj uescrts and through ' rtrAwn-.ty- r j taixe joorsea, irum AuqTijtuf ana 'upnsntrieiS th at he couxi nos Teacn- - iny snare eUing, Jong distances, through th rocky can rori!,in wnita thlrsr! kl, rn7,,rea midst of tho uto vara loaded it The interior was; mapped fiup. an anu uvcgcny-qnOf to. various and alwva.ataliiBart.'wat 3Vhantrie7U. pao'iosinj more lwiUi,ihW iclothirobu, deep sand, sometimes witliout water Ji tinker arid fatue, in tho Mrvk-- 6f r Hill thuii p,!!,Lun.;, than a worus. in dinerent AC they the doTeiWri1i saaij and ner depari or ppRlio xopu scarve- oi. menu, loaueq Hiew;oniryj-- ; Mav; iJOil Llwu t'ol. pnrsrhlU wltn;ie Tt.vou aooi vouiiisn v.s rar Juiiowe 'is 1 to of the rjroeeal.ion asslctat-- t who shall mrntitt those' pknpies ugnt ana pnauy got asnoram a nude A may He fbleiss the liitta- -. 4 P Whtcii waaxlted3teoVoi i'fhe- tan? at aU haKiKis ' for thenfeivea,i-- for state. In trying rtp, fad his way he their rbattles wl th lhe mad,", wild tX6k;rt ana ik)b "ona colors aa 4 th JOiii!dBBDa.)of Heareiuit)eT b land-woolafter them. a&m WTi.iposterity , , iatlMi'parUCor'r'lioiie ion of their tJcbI!dren;' fori thfelrposterity wanderedi through & lot of high neti bulls of the plains, and Hie thous-and- Mnyttheir ou4 Jever have Jiiea..-,xlio Uttibiiems apopJ l right to AAAaA. illanuiac tdr n m aj uv wo and for manaand 'ubiversallrt Our tleaod When ha reached the road be or nits, nTi--ru: T-- Other perils-the- y ?n:wns wereEShibamooisito ahada theiat: franj tbe sun in raved Clod aad and honor tXiCUbreJ . Father bv lh Vidral'ihn 'WfeeJ lay down hy the side of ,a4og, nearly through nail .these things, if written ineir touiers o thelatest' genera Ii to glorifywho art ta 'heaven ' Aaietteattt Indian teDUIULJUWUUTrilH uL, chilled to dea.th-- and in great misery would form a history such as' was tion, m great and' holy-catit Lie wooai)aiTnip,-"ethy vi y.iaaif ' ; thisdavitt this TVtH&.-'dJrasl" conegtv nau nwai uie awags 01 in netues. neverfcefore known la the history e nowcomt.. w.Ami JJtf in pioneers, fry 7 arlaaUtalJljaWa ttJ a while ha obtained fit chawL maakMdclf any; bther company honor or whom We have got tip th . ..7 rl Alter m-u- . 1 .ia. wwi ore. Father. 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