This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1870 Excerpt: ..."should we make war upon one ther, if the design of your coming into these parts be not to rob us of our water or our necessary food, which ...
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1870 Excerpt: ..."should we make war upon one ther, if the design of your coming into these parts be not to rob us of our water or our necessary food, which are the only things that wise men are indispensably obliged to fight for? As for other riches and possessions, as they are accounted in the eye of the world, if I am better provided with them than you, I am ready to let you share with mo; but if fortune has been more liberal to you than me, I have no objection to be obliged to you." This King was a truly wise man if he up to these i If ORE depends upon the character of the society boys and girls keep than many of them are aware of. It is an old and very true saying that "birds of a feather will flock together." In Salt Lake City there is a greater variety of society than in any other place in the Territory. This was not the case formerly, when the city was small, and there were not many travelers coming here. A great change has, however, taken place in this respect of late years. Salt Lake city has become a very important place. Hundreds of visitors come here every week. Strangers come here and remain, some for one purpose, some for another. There is money to be made, they think, among the "Mormons." There are more strangers here who have families than there were in former times. They can come easily by rail, and they can get away at any season of the year. Salt lake City is thought to be so beautiful a place that it is attractive to people at a distance. But though persons of this class are more numerous than they were, they do not increase as fast as the Saints. Our boys and girls are becoming very numerous. We are proud of them; and we are exceedingly desirous to see them grow up virtuous and lovely in thought, word, and deed. But this c...
Very Good. Smith, Joseph F. (editor). The Juvenile Instructor Volume 53 for 1918. Salt Lake City: Deseret Sunday School Union, 1918. 676pp. Illustrated. 8vo. Black leather with gilt lettering and vignettes. Book condition: Very good with lightly bumped and rubbed edges and a few short tears and chipping in the leather at the head of the spine. Ex-libris Charles H. Hart (1866-1934) with his name in gilt on front cover and stamped on front pastedown. Hart was a president of the Council of the Seventies. Juvenile Instructors for persons of station were sometimes bound in leather instead of the usual cloth.
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