Mormonism unveiled; or, peep into the principles and practices of the Latter-day Saints, by John E. Davis (Formerly of No. 12, Herbert-street, Cardiff,) a deluded brother of the sect, who has had the happiness of recovering from his infatuation by discovering the iniquitous proceedings of the leaders, during nine months' residence among them. Giving an account of his journeyings to Utah, the so-called city of Zion, in the valley of the Salt Lake, in company with upwards of three hundred of the infatuated victims of the deluders. Also his observations on their conduct and practices during his sojourn among them, and his happy escape from the thraldom of the self-interested deceivers, and safe return to old England. A warning to the credulous. Second edition, revised and enlarged. To which is added a dissertation on "Polygamy and the Bible."
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Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah; Church Historical Department, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah