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Unformatted text preview: Digitized by the Internet Archive in 2010 with funding from Brigham Young University ©«e»r ©. BorUmaH oar G. 1»n»*Vmafi "- V,6 HISTORY T OF THE CHURCH OF OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS. I \ JESUS CHRIST PERIOD I. Prophet. History of Joseph Smith, the BY HIMSELF. VOLUME VI. AN INTRODUCTION AND NOTES BY B. H. PUBLISHED ROBERTS BY/ THE CHURCH. Deseret Nkws. city, utah. 1912. salt lake m HOT mam. I Copyrighted by JOSEPH F. SMITH FOR THE CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS. li>12. THE LIBRARY BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY eapVO, UTAH ^ TABLE OP CONTENTS. Volume VI. INTRODUCTION. PAGE PAGE The Time Period Why xxi the Latter-day Saints were Welcomed to Illinois xxii as a Possible Manufacturing Center Educational Measures at xxiii Nauvoo Nauvoo xxiv Jealousy of Nauvoo's Promising Greatness The Character of the Peo. Western xxv Illinois... xxvi Educational Status of the People of Western Illinois xxviii The xxviii ple of Phase Mischief Arisingfrom False Lep-al and Political CounPolitical sel Subserviency of Politicians and Lawyers The Fate of a Balance of Power Factor in Politics Joseph Smith's Candidacy for the Presidency Missouri as a Factor in the Affairs of Nauvoo. Apostate Conspirators at Nauvoo The Expositor Affair The Appeal to the Mob xxix xxxu xxxiv xxxv xxxvi xxxvii xxxix Spirit The Prophet's Nobility the Hour of Trial Always ., XXXI the in xl Prophet- Teacher Prophet and Patriarch CHAPTER xli xlii I. — AN ESTIMATE OF THE PROPHET JOSEPH AS A RELIGIOUS LEADER ANTIMORMON MEETING AT CARTHAGE — HISTORICAL SKETCH — IMPORTANT CONFERENCE OF THE TWELVE HELD IN BOSTON. Minutes of the Manchester Conference "Joe Smith, the Mormon Prophet" Preamble and Resolutions Historical Sketch of the Church of Jesus Christ 2 3 4 of Latter- day Saints Important Conference of the Twelve held at Boylston Hall, Boston CHAPTER 9 11 II. MOVEMENTS OF APOSTLES IN T HE EAST — THE NAUVOO MANSION — ROCKWELL ACQUITTED — SPECIAL CONFERENCE AT NAUVOO DISCOURSE OF THE PROPHET ON THE DEMISE OF JAMES ADAMS. 35 31 Conference in Nova Scotia Vjfhe Drought of 1843 — Woodruff in a Train Wreck... Nauvoo and Joseph Smith The Prophet on Socialism "Nauvoo Mansion" "Nauvoo Mansion" made a Hotel Legion Parade and Inspection Letter of Gevernor Ford to the Prophet 32 32 33 33 Porter Rockwell Paci fic, Isl and Mission^ Report from the Pinery 33 34 Stewardships. Common Stock Concerning Horse Thieves.... Meeting of a Special Council Who shall be our next Presi- 35 The Appointment dent? ... of a Mission 35 36 37 37 38 39 39 CONTENTS. IV PAGE PAGE to Russia 41 Movements of Apostles in the East Pleasure Party and Dinner the Nauvoo Mansion.. . 41 at 42 43 Anti-Mormonism Elder Reuben Hedlock Instructions Respecting Plurality of Wives The Prophet's Dissatisfation with Sidney Rigdon Minutes of a Special Confer- 40 47 ence, Prophet's Remarks he to the First Fresidency The Prophet's Visit with Justin Butterfield 46 the Demise of 4 Isla nd Paci fus 45 barks CHAPTER III. on James Adams Mission 50 Em52 — RUINS IN AMERICA, BOOK OF MORMON EVIDENCES THE PROPHET ON THE U. S. CONSTITUTION AND THE BIBLE MISREPRESENTATIONS CORRECTED LETTER TO THE U. S. PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES THE PROPHET'S ADDRESS TO THE SAINTS. ANCIENT — . — — — Introduction 53 Letter— H. R. Hotchkiss to Joseph Smith Letter Joseph Smith to H. 55 Ancient Ruins — i The Prophet's — Temporal Visit to Mace57 59 00 Hyrum Smith Appointed on Temple Committee to — Joseph L. 63 Abroad 03 Smith's Letter to John C. Calhoun, and other —-^ G\ Presidential Candidates Post Script to Van Buren \6p Work in the British Mission... oo The Prophet's Anxiety Concerning the History of the Church.. 66 Preliminary Steps to Publishing Nauvoo Edition of Doc-^-^ 66^ I trine and Covenants., Communication of President Joseph Smith to the Saints 69 President J 56 donia Misrepresentations Corrected Labors of the Apostles in the East Letter cided upon Epistle of the Twelve to the Elders and Churches An 55-50 R. Hotchkiss Location of the Mind 50 The Prophet on the Constitution of the United States and the Bible Economies Candidates for to Presidency of the U. S. De- Letters 01 Heywood Joseph Smith 02 CHAPTER IV. CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN JAMES ARLINGTON BENNETT AND PRESIDENT JOSEPH SMITH RENEWAL OF PETITIONS TO CONGRESS FOR REDRESS OF MISSOURI GRIEVANCES PRESIDENT JOSEPH SMITH'S APPEAL TO THE GREEN MOUNTAIN BOYS, VERMONT— STATUS OF THE NAUVOO LEGION IN ILLINOIS MILITIA. — — Prosperity of the Work — nett to in England Letter James Arlington Ben- 71 President Joseph 71 Smith Letter — President Joseph f CONTEXTS. PAGE pac;e Smith to James Arlington Bennett Grammar for the Egyptian Language Suggested Meeting at the Prophet's Home Canal Around the Des Moines Rapids The Prophet's Stand on Chastity and General Moralit}-... Letter — Brigham Young Renewal gress "Memorial"' 79 Activities in Renewal of peals to Congress 79 President to 83 81 Ap:. 88 Smith's Appeals his Native State Ver- 80 mont 81 Letter: State John — 88 W. L. D. Ewing, Anditor, to Major — Legion Affairs 95 Lamborn, Attorney General of Illinois, on Above Letter: J. N. McDougal to 95 in Behalf of the Twelve to Elder John E. Page, Appointing him to go to Washington Con- of Petitions to 73 Bills Letter: J. State Auditor 81 CHAPTER 90 V. THE AVERY KIDNAPPING — DEFENSIVE PREPARATIONS AGAINST MISSOURI MOBS —APPEALS TO THE GENERAL GOVERNMENT FOR PROTECTION — NAUVOO LEGION OFFERED AS UNITED STATES TROOPS. Progress of the Work Hvrum Smith meets with an Avery Case of the Prophet's Vex- atious Lawsuits Chapman's Affidavit Avery Case 99 in the 100 Joseph President 100 Smith to Governor Ford 101 Public Meeting at Nauvoo Letter: 101 Resolutions Provisions for German Meet103 ings Precautionary Steps Against 103 Missouri Invasion Richards and Lewis Affidavit 103 An Order to the City Marshal 103 The City Marshal's Reply...... 101 Mayor's Order to the Commander of the Nauvoo Le101 gion Special Ordinance in the Prophet's Case, vs. Mis105 souri Nauvoo to be Placed Under the General 107 Government 107 Public Meeting at Nauvoo Petition for Letter of Wilson Law to Joseph — a Reminiscence of Missouri Days 98 Accident N > umber V Smith 98 Affidavit of Sission Chase Letter: Joseph Smith to ernor Ford Nauvoo's Police larged 108 109 Gov109 Force En- Letter: Joseph Smith to John 110 Smith Ordinance Enlarging Police Force Ordinance on the Personal Sale of Liquors Public Meeting at Nauvoo the Aggressions of Missouri Governor Ford to Letter: President Smith Comment of the Prophet on Gov. Ford's attitude A Sudden Illness of Trial of 110 Ill 111 113 115 115 to Government Protection The 110 the Prophet Comment on Appeal General 108 John Elliott the for 116 117 119 Legion Aid Applied for Detachment of the Legion 119 Ordered into Service CONTENTS. VI PAGE PAGE Affidavit of Willard Richards that Nauvoo was in Danger 119 Legion Ordered into Service — Moves and Counter Moves 120 of Forces Strange Celestial Phenomena 121 of 1860 Affidavit of Amos Chase 121 Affidavit of Philander Avery 122 Affidavit of the Hamiltous... 123 CHAPTER VI. MEMORIAL OF CITY COUNCIL TO CONGRESS ANENT MISSOURI AFFAIRS ROCKWELL RETURNS TO NAUVOO — RECITAL OF HIS ADVENTURES AVERY'S ACQUITTAL BY MISSOURI'S COURTS NAU- — — — INCREASED PUBLICATION ON MORMONISM, PRO ET CON 1843. VOO'S POLICE FORCE — The Prophet for a Clean, Prophet's Joy at the Return Or- 124 derly City Memorial of the City Council 125 to Congress 130 An Ordinance Letter: W. W. Phelps to — Affidavit of Daniel Joseph H. Jackson J. White of Rockwell and Avery Mr. Rockwell Editorial Affidavit of Orson Hyde Mob- Police Force 133 134 Rockwell's Return to Nauvoo 134 Rockwell's Experience in Mis135 souri 142 Release of Daniel Avery A Plan for Women's Subscrip142 tion to the Temple A 149 Interview with 132 Attitude of Prophet on ocracy and Politics Christmas Serenade Avery — Prophet's of 143 144 145 145 Nauvoo In- 149 creased Address of the Mayor to the 150 Nauvoo Public The Mayor Blesses the Police 152 153 Letter to Governor Ford Pro et con Mormonism, Publi- 154 cations CHAPTER VII. PRESIDENT SMITH'S CORRESPONDENCE WITH JOHN C. CALHOUN — CART- WRIGHT DROWNING CASE, ENGLAND— CITY GUARDS INCREASED FEARS OF LAW AND MARKS— INVESTIGATION BY THE CITY COUNCIL — RESISTANCE OF OFFICERS AT CARTHAGE ANTI-MORMON OBJECTIONS TO CITY ORDINANCES THE PROPHET'S DIFFICULTIES W lTH FRANCIS M. HIGBEE REGULATIONS FOR THE SALE OF SPIRITUOUS — — T LIQUORS. New Years Mansion (155 C. Calhoun to\ 155 Joseph Smith Letter: Joseph Smith to John Letter: at John lcG C. Calhoun Release of Pugmire and Cartwright from Prison. Eng100 land CONTENTS. VII PAGE PAGE Cartwright — Drowning Difficulty of William 160 Law et 162 with the Police Reconciliation of the Prophet 165 and William Law Repartee of Joseph and Emma 165 Smith 166 Alarm of William Marks Special Session of the City 166 Council Reflections of the Prophet as to Traitors in High Places... 170 Disgraceful Affair at Carthage 171 John Smith. Uncle of the Prophet, Ordained a Patri173 arch Special Session of City CounComplaints of Carthage cil al. '. — 173 Citizens Considered Complaints of F. M. Higbee 174 Against the Prophet. 175 Conference in Michigan. 176 Francis M. Higbee Threats of Letter: the Twelve Apostles to the Saints at Morley SetMaterial Help tlement 176 Asked for 178 Maine Appeal to the State of Trial Francis M. Higbee on — — Reconciliation with the Prophet An Ordinance Concerning the Sale of Spirituous Liquors An Ordinance Concerning Witnesses and Jurors' Fees Assault upon Nelson Judd CHAPTER 178 178 179 180 VIH. — PRESENTATION OF THE BOOK OF MORMON TO QUEEN VICTORIA THE SEALING POWERS OF THE PRIESTHOOD— GOVERNOR FORD'S WARNING TO THE PEOPLE OF HANCOCK COUNTY APOSTROPHE TO MISSOURI—JOSEPH SMITH NOMINATED FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES HIS VIEWS ON THE POWERS AND POLICY OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES. — — "Stanzas'' Discourse: The Sealing in the Priesthood 181 Power Nauvoo Mansion Leased Sale of the Printing Establishment to John Taylor Importance of Elders Keeping Journals ^__JThe Presidential Election Considered The Prophet on the Campaign Commencement, of the Prophet's 183 185 185 186 187 18S Views on Powers and 189 Policy of U. S Governor Ford's Warning to the People 189 Winchester's Mission to War- 190 saw Preparation of Rigdon's Ap191 peal to Pennsylvania 192 "Missouri" An Appeal to Massachusetts 193 Phinehas Richards The Prophet's Dream Troub194 led Waters Overcome 195 Mormon Improvement The 144,000 Selection Begun 196 Architecture of the Nauvoo — 196. Temple Originalitv of Bank Views The Prophet's 197 Views of the Powers on the Government of the United States Joseph Smith 19y — CONTENTS. VJII CHAPTER IX COMMENTS ON CANDIDACY OF JOSEPH SMITH FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES— TENDERS OF PEACE TO MISSOURI — PRELIMINARY STEPS TO WESTERN MOVEMENT OF THE CHURCH JAMES A. BENNETT AND VICE-PRESIDENCY. — PAGE Views of the Prophet on his Candidacy for President of United States. Public Meeting Letter: Joseph Smith to Joseph L Heywood Who shall be our Next Presi- dent? Pacific Inuendo Anti- Mormon Convention at Carthage Delegation from Lyman Wight on Indian Affairs Western Movement for the Church Contemplated The Prophet on the Necessity of Complete Obedience to PAGE God 223 Minutes of a Council of the 210Twelve 223 211 The Western Exploring Equipment 224 23 3 A Prophecy of Deliverance of the Saints 225 214 The Case of Botswick's Slan218 225 der of Hyrum Smith For President, Joseph Smith 226 221 A Reply Sketched to Cassius M. Clay 227 222 The High Council to the Saints in Nauvoo 228 222 Minutes of a Council Meeting 230 Letter: Willard Richards to James Arlington Bennett... 231 CHAPTER X. — URGING THE BUILDING OF THE TEMPLE TENDERS OF PEACE TO MISSOURI PROPHET'S DISCOURSE ON ELIAS, ELIJAH.MESSIAH— LYMAN WIGHT'S PROPOSAL OF A SOUTHWEST MOVEMENT FOR THE CHURCH. — Special Session of the City Council 234 Packard's Memorial to Legislature of Massachusetts 230 Minutes of a General Meeting in the Interest of the Temple 236 Arrival of William Kay and Company of English Saints 244 James A. Bennett Ineligible for Vice-President U. S 244 Friendly Hint to Missouri... 245 A St. Louis' Comment on the Prophet's Candidacy....;.... 248 Copeland, Tennessee, Consid- ered as Candidate for VicePresident 248 Matter of Wharfage 248 Death of King Follett 248 King Follett's Biography 249 of the Prophet on 249 Letter: Lyman Wight to the 255 First Presidency Letter: Lyman Wight to Presi- Discourse dent Joseph Smith Suggesting a Southwest Movement for the Church 257 Special Council Meeting on Wight and Miller Letters... 200 — CONTENTS. CHAPTER ORSON PRATT SENT TO WASHINGTON FIELDING TO ENGLAND, DITTO IX XI. AS AGENT OP NAUVOO — COMMENT JOSEPH SMITH FOR PRESIDENT OF THE U. S. —AMOS ON THE CANDIDACY OF — CONSPIRACY OF THE LAWS, HIGBEES, FOSTERS ET AL AGAINST JOSEPH SMITH THE PROPHET'S MEMORIAL TO CONGRESS— OCCUPA- TION OF THE WEST CONTEMPLATED. PRGE PAGE Credentials of Orson Pratt as Agent for the City of Nan- 262 voo _^Co-operative Store Planned... 263 Amos Credentials of Elder Fielding on Departing for 263 England John Wilkie, the Blessing 264 upon him Status of Nauvoo in the Spring 265 267 of 1844 Wind Storm at Nauvoo ..General Joseph Smith a Candi268 date for President New Candidate in the Field.... 268 Origin of Memorial to Con270 gress The Seventies' Hall, Instruc- tions on Rebuilding 271 President Smith's Interview 271 with Mrs. Foster Discourse of President Saiith —Conspiracies in Nauvoo 272 Progress on Memorial to Con274 gress The Prophet's Memorial to 275 Congress 275 Ordinauce Affidavit of Abiathar B. Wil278 liams 279 Affidavit of M. G. Eaton The Robbery at Rollassoa's 281 Store in Nauvoo Memorial to the President of 2S2 the United States Credentials of Orson Hyde.... 283 CHAPTER XII. — THE HIGBEES ET AL. DEDICATION OF THE MASONIC HALL— THE CHURCH CONFERENCE IN APRIL, 1844— ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT SIDNEY RIGDON. THE AUTHORITIES OF NAUVOO Comments on the VS. Negro 2S4 Chism's Case The Higbee Brothers in Trou285 ble Counter Move of the Higbees 285 286 Conference in New York General Conference Minutes 287 Church President of Opening Address 287 Joseph Smith 288 Rigdon Elder Sidney of the CONTENTS. X CHAPTER XIII. — CONFERENCE OF THE CHURCH, APRIL, 1844, CONTINUED ADDRESS OF PATRIARCH HYRUM SMITH— THE BUILDING OF THE TEMPLE. PAGE Address of Smith, Church — Elder PAGE Hyrum secure ing the Patriarch of the Plans suggested to CHAPTER Means for CompletNauvoo Temple 297 XIV. GENERAL CONFERENCE FOR APRIL. 1844, (CONCLUDED) — THE ANNOUNCEMENT THAT THE WHOLE LAND OF AMERICA IS ZION INSTRUCTIONS TO ELDERS SET APART FOR MISSIONS A GENERAL CONFERENCE IN ENGLAND. President Joseph Smith's Remarks the whole of America Zion Special Meeting of Elders Address of Brigham Young... North and South America Zion Address of Hyrum Smith, the Patriarch — 318 321 321 321 Address of Heber C. Kimball 324 Brigham Young's Instruction 325 to the Elders Comment of President Smith 326 on the Conference A General Conference in Eng326 land 322 CHAPTER XV. DIFFICULTIES WITH THE HIGBEES AND FOSTERS, CONFERENCES APPOINTED — BY THE TWELVE THROUGHOUT THE UNITED STATES INSTRUCTIONS TO REUBEN HEDLOCK, PRESIDENT OF THE BRITISH MISSION PREPARATIONS FOR ENLARGEMENT OF THE WORK FRANCIS M. HIGBEE'S SUIT AGAINST PRESIDENT SMITH— THE PROPHET RELEASED. Excommunication Fosters, of the Laws et al Letter: 341 Higbees 344 The Foster-Higbee Embroilment 348 Letter: Brigham Young and Willard Richards to Reuben Hedlock 351 Pratt to 354 Prophet's Petition for Writ of habeas corpus 357 Order of the Municipal Court 358 The People of the State of Illinois to the Sheriff of Hancock County 359 The Violence of the Fosters and Parley P. Joseph Smith, et al — CONTENTS. CHAPTER XI XVI. ADDRESS OF THE PROPHET— HIS PROPHETIC CALLING AND THE RESURRECTION STATUS OF AFFAIRS AT NAUVOO HYDE'S REPORT FROM WASHINGTON OF THE WESTERN MOVEMENT OREGON. — — — PAGE PAGE Theatricals in Xauvoo 362 President Joseph Smith's Address Defense of his Prophetic Calling 303 Xauvoo and President Smith Neighbor Editorial 367 Letter: Elder Orson Hyde's The Prophet's Answer Letter Status of Affairs at — as Candidate for the Legislature 378 Session of Municipal Court Case of Jeremiah Smith 379 Letter: William Clayton, Describing the Farcial Proceedings of the Court at Dixon in the Case of Joseph Report of Labors in Wash369 Letter: Orson Hyde's Second Letter from Washington Anent the Western Movement of the Church 373 Letter: Henry Clay to the Prophet 376 Xauyoo 377 Withdrawal of William Smith — ington to Clay's Smith Steaboat Election 380 384 376 CHAPTER XVII. — — THE STATE PRESIDENTIAL CONVENTION AT NAUVOO THE STATES REPRESENTED—SPEECH OF JOHNS. REID. ESQ. EARLY DAYS WITH THE PROPHET. State Convention Resolutions at Synopsis of the Remarks of Hon. John S. Reid 392 Xauvoo 386 390 CHAPTER XVIII. CHARGES AGAINST PRESIDENT SMITH BEFORE THE CIRCUIT COURTVOLUNTARY APPEARANCE AT COURT TREATMENT RETURN TO NAUVOO. -HIS — — 398 Court Session at Carthage Letter: George A. Smith to Times and Seasons Visit of Sac to 399 and Fox Indians Xauvoo 401 Address of the Prophet to the 402 Indians to the Hyrutu's Caution Prophet on the Freedom of 403 Speaking , Letter: Central Committee to Campaign Hugh Clark, Esq 404 Reported Indictment of the Prophet 405 Letter: Willard Richards to Orson Hyde 405 Editorial Comment 407 C'mference in Jefferson Co., X. Y 408 Conference, Dresden, Tenn. 408 Threat to Kidnap Jeremiah Smith 412 CONTENTS. XII PAGE President Goes to Smith Voluntarily Carthage to Meet PAGE 412 414 Indictments.... The Return CHAPTER to Nauvoo XIX. CASE OF JEREMIAH SMITH BEFORE MUNICIPAL COURT AT NAUVOO DAVITS OF CRIMES OF CHAUNCEY L. —AFFI- HIGBEE APPEARANCE OF THE "EXPOSITOR." Arrest of Jeremiah Smith by 416 U. S. Authority Hollister to Letter: D. S. Joseph Smith MunicipalCourt Case of Jeremiah Smith Municipal Court Minutes in the Case of Jeremiah Smith Joseph Smith to Letter: Judge Pope, Introducing Jeremiah Smith Affidavit: H. T. Hugins Anent Threat to Bring Dragoons Against Nauvoo Joel H. Walker to Joseph Smith Proposes to Join Prophet in Western Volun- — 416 418 land Letter: 425 at Glasgow, Scot426 .. "Horace" to — Presi- dent Joseph Smith Threatened Invasion of Nauvoo... 426 Joseph and Hyrum Smith to Mr. Tewkesbury Seeking to Restore Latter Letter: 420 422 427 to Fellowship Prosecution of the Laws and Fosters Discussed 427 Letter: Joseph Smith to 423 — teer Movement 424 Letter: Joseph Smith to Joel H. Walker Conference at Michigan Conference 425 Daniel I. Rupp — Book on Re- 428 ligious Sects Prophet's Conversation with 430 Dr. Foster First Number of the Expositor 430 Conference at Pleasant Valley 431 Michigan Kalamazoo, CHAPTER XX. THE DESTRUCTION OF THE NAUVOO EXPOSITOR" — PROCEEDINGS OF THE NAUVOO CITY COUNCIL AND MAYOR. Nauvoo Expositor Before Nauvoo City Council 432 Ordinance on Libels 432 Ordinance Concerning Libels and for Other Purposes 433 Synopsis of Proceedings in the City Council Against the positor 443 L. W. Hickock — to Joseph Smith Probability of Indictment of the Prophet et al. at Springfield 450 H. T. Hugins to Joseph Smith Warning the Prophet of Probable Indict- Letter: Nauvoo Expositor 434 Prospectus of the Nauvoo Ex- 449 Proclamation Letter: ment — 451 — CONTENTS CHAPTER XIII XXI. PRESIDENT SMITH ARRESTED FOR RIOT IN RELATION TO "EXPOSITOR" AFFAIR HABEAS CORPUS PROCEEDINGS BEFORE MUNICIPAL COURT— A CALL FROM ARKANSAS THE PROPHET'S DREAMS MASS MEETING AT WARSAW LETTERS TO GOVERNOR FORD ON "EXPOSITOR" AFFAIR. — — — — PAGE The People the State of Constables, Sheriffs and Coroners of the State The Prophet Asserts his Rights Under the Law The Prophet's Petition for Writ of habeas corpus Petition of the Prophet Granted Hearing on the Expositor Afffairs Before the Municipal of to Illinois Court at Nauvoo 453 Mass Meeting Warsaw at Letter: Joseph Smith to Gov- 454 455 ernor Explaining Ford Action of City Council in Proceedings in Expositor Joseph Smith to Washington Tucker, Prom- Letter: 402 462...
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