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The voice of truth, containing General Joseph Smith's correspondence with Gen. James Arlington Bennet; appeal to the Green Mountain boys; correspondence with John C. Calhoun, Esq.; views of the powers and policy of the government of the United States; pacific innuendo, and Gov. Ford's letter; a friendly hint to Missouri, and a few words of consolation for the Preview this item
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The voice of truth, containing General Joseph Smith's correspondence with Gen. James Arlington Bennet; appeal to the Green Mountain boys; correspondence with John C. Calhoun, Esq.; views of the powers and policy of the government of the United States; pacific innuendo, and Gov. Ford's letter; a friendly hint to Missouri, and a few words of consolation for the "Globe"; also, correspondence with the Hon. Henry Clay ...

Author: Joseph Smith, Jr.; James Arlington Bennett; John C Calhoun; Thomas Ford; Henry Clay
Publisher: Nauvoo, Ill., John Taylor, 1844.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Smith, Jr.; James Arlington Bennett; John C Calhoun; Thomas Ford; Henry Clay
OCLC Number: 15984138
Description: 64 pages 22 cm

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