Mormon Bibliography, 1830–1930

Browsing 1–500 of 15102
Flake-Draper # Author Title Date
2691.5 Davis,George Wesley Sketches of Butte(from vigilante days to prohibition).
2560.5 Cowley, Matthias Foss Cowley's talks on doctrine. By Elder M. F. Cowley, one of the twelve apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
8204a.5 Snow, Lorenzo "And as thou hast said in a revelation given to us, calling us they friends…" Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah, [blank space] 189[blank space]… your brother in the Gospel, Lorenzo Snow, President of the Salt Lake Temple
5795c.7 New-year ball. ______ your attendance at a social party on the evening of Friday, Jan. 1, 1858, at 4 o'clock, p. m., in the Music Hall, is respectfully solicited. Tickets $1.
8273.5 Social party. Mr. ________ and ladies: your attendance is solicited at a pic-nic party to be given in the Music Hall, Fourteenth Ward, on Tuesday evening, 21st inst., at 5 p.m. $1 per couple: extra ladies 25 cents each.
3420.5 [France, William] Lectures on midwifery and the management of women and children. By William France, Surgeon.
3662.5 Gran Exposicion annual segunda! Tres dias. Colonia Diaz, Chihuahua, Mexico. Dada por the Agricultural & Manufacturing Association, of Colonia Diaz. Los Miercoles, Jueves y Viernes, Setiembre 11, 12 y 13, de 1895.
3734.5 Der Gründer oder besser der Erfinder der Mormonenlehre.
8891a.5 [Theater Guarany. Dienstag, den 29 July, abends 8 1/2 Uhr. Oeffentlicher Vortrag: Die Mehrehe unter den Mormonen und andere "Irrlehren" Jedermann willkommen! Eintritt frei! Rauchen höflichst verbeten. Keine kollekte!]
7750b.5 Skinner, Charles Montgomery Myths and legends of our own land
1337b.5 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Circular of instructions. Settlement of tithes for the year 1892. To the presidents of stakes, bishops of wards and stake tithing clerks in Zion: Brethren. —We forward you blanks for the rendering of your annual statements of the tithes. . . .
2780a.5 Deseret Agricultural and Manufacturing Society (Circular no. 1) Deseret Agricultural and Manufacturing Society. Salt Lake City, Utah, [blank space] 188[blank space], Mr. [blank space]
9693.5 We request the pleasure of the presence of yourself and lady at a social part to be given at the old Social Hall, State Street, Tuesday evening, February ninth at six p.m. Luncheon. First Presidency
7549a.5 Scandinavian celebration
24.3 Address and instructions of the Territorial Central Committee. Salt Lake City, April 4, 1887.
9727a.5 White, Douglas The mineral zones on the lines of the Salt Lake route… Compiled by Douglas White.
2047a.3 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Mutual Improvement Association The dawning, a pageant of the resurrection presented by the Salt Lake Stake M.I.A. Tabernacle Sunday, May 3, 1925, 8 P.M.
2086a.5 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Mutual Improvement Association 35th Annual M.I.A. Conference, M Men-Gleaners session, Tabernacle, June 8th, 1930, 7:30 P.M.
2086b.5 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Mutual Improvement Association Twenty-fourth general annual conference of the Y.M. and Y.L.M.I.A. of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 6, 7 and 8, 1919
9674.5 Weird!!!
2047a.7 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Mutual Improvement Association Fourth general conference of the Young Men's and Young Ladies' Mutual Improvement Associations of the :atter-day Saints, to be held at Salt Lake City, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, May 28th, 29th and 30th, 1899.
4020b.5 Historian's office
4021.5 The historical record. Volume nine. [Prospectus]
2810.6 Deseret News Book Store Price list and catalogue of church publications, bibles, church records, blank books, stationery, etc. For sale at Deseret S. S. Union Book Store, Salt Lake City, Utah.
8973a.5 To-night! Come and hear the Mormon singers to-night! The Salt Lake Concert Co., the flower of musical Utah. A treat which may never come to you again. Every member upon the program is a gem; every member of the organization is an artist. Baptist Church--to-night.
4316.5 James Logan Dunford. In memoriam. Born January 20, 1891, died January 12, 1920.
6758.5 Private notice
6658.5 Pratt, Parley Parker A voice of warning and instruction to all people, or an introduction to the faith and doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
2829a.5 Dickens, Charles The uncommercial traveller
6422.5 Potter, Ray The cake not turned, or Doctrinal and practical errors exposed to which is annexed A wakeful dream
7190.5 Rich, Benjamin Erastus [Quoted postcards]
2210a.5 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Stakes. Pioneer Ward teachers' outline, Pioneer Stake
7473.5 Saint Louis Luminary - Extra. Saturday morning, June 16, 1855.
30a Aiken, Albert W Eagle plume, the white avenger 1807 [i.e., 1877]
595 Book of Mormon. English. 1830 The book of Mormon: an account written by the hand of Mormon, upon plates taken from the plates of Nephi . . . By Joseph Smith, Junior, author and proprietor 1830
5277 Marks, David The life of David Marks, to the 26th year of his age. Including the particulars of his conversion, call to the ministry, and labours itinerant preaching for nearly eleven years. Written by himself 1831
8981 Towle, Nancy Vicissitudes illustrated, in the experience of Nancy Towle, in Europe and America. Written by herself. With an appendix of letter, &c. An engraving-and preface by Lorenzo Dow. . . . 1832
1107 Campbell, Alexander Delusions. An analysis of the Book of Mormon; with an examination of its internal and external evidences and a refutation of its pretences to divine authority. With prefatory remarks by Joshua V. Himes 1832
3273 Evening and Morning Star Evening and Morning Star 1832 – 1834 [i.e., 1835 – 1836]
3807b Hamilton, Thomas Men and manners in America. By the author of Cyril Thornton, etc. . . . 1833
6755 Priest, Josiah American antiquities and discoveries in the West: being an exhibition of the evidence that an ancient population of partially civilized nations differing entirely from those of the present Indians peopled America many centuries before its discovery by Columbus, and inquiries into their origin, with a copious description of many of their stupendous works now in ruins, with conjectures concerning what may have become of them. Compiled from travels, authentic sources, and the researches of antiquarian societies. Second edition revised 1833
2854 Doctrine and Covenants. English. 1833 A Book of Commandments, for the government of the Church of Christ. Organized according to law, on the 6th of April, 1830 1833
3272a The Evening and the Morning Star The Evening and the Morning Star Extra. July 16, 1833 1833
4092 Hoskins, Nathan Notes upon the western country. Contained within the states of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and the territory of Michigan: taken on a tour through that country in the summer of 1832. By Nathan Hoskins, Jr. . . . 1833
9108 U.S. Congress Congressional Record. Containing the proceedings and debates of Congress. (Formerly Congressional Globe and Annals of Congress) 1833–
6209 Peck, John Mason A gazetteer of Illinois, in three parts: containing a general view of the state; a general view of each county, and a particular description of each town, settlement, stream, prarie, bottom, bluff, etc., alphabetically arranged 1834
335c Bauder, Peter The kingdom and gospel of Jesus Christ. Contrasted with that of anti-Christ. A brief review of some of the most interesting circumstances, which have transpired since the institution of the gospel of Christ, from the days of the apostles 1834
4104 Howe, Eber D Mormonism unvailed; or, a faithful account of that singular imposition and delusion, from its rise to the present time. With sketches of the characters of its propagators, and a full detail of the manner in which the famous golden Bible was brought before the world. To which are added, inquiries into the probability that the historical part of the said Bible was written by one Solomon Spalding [sic], more than twenty years ago, and by him intended to have been published as a romance 1834
6834a Reed, Andrew A narrative of the visit to the American churches, by the deputation from the Congregational Union of England and Wales. By Andrew Reed, D.D. and James Matheson, D.D 1835
8489 Stone, William Leete Matthias and his impostures: or, the progress of fanaticism. Illustrated in the extraordinary case of Robert Matthews, and some of his forerunners and disciples 1835
3726 Griffiths, D., Jr. Two years' residence in the new settlements of Ohio, North America: with directions to emigrants 1835
5430 Missouri. General Assembly. Senate Journal of the Senate, of the eighth general assembly of the state of Missouri, begun and held at the city of Jefferson, on Monday the seventeenth day of November, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-four 1835
6608 Pratt, Parley Parker The millennium, a poem. To which is added hymns and songs on various subjects, new and interesting, adapted to the dispensation of the fulness of times 1835
6 Abdy, Edward Strutt Journal of a residence and tour in the United States of North America, from April, 1833, to October, 1834. 1835
906 Brown, John Newton, editor Fessenden & Co.'s encyclopedia of religious knowledge: or dictionary of the Bible, theology, religious biography, all religions, ecclesiastical history, and missions . . . To which is added a missionary gazetteer . . . by Rev. B. B. Edwards . . . Edited by Rev. J. Newton Brown. . . . 1835
1760 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hymnal. English. 1835 A collection of sacred hymns, for the Church of the Latter Day Saints. Selected by Emma Smith 1835
2860 Doctrine and Covenants. English. 1835 Doctrine and Covenants of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints: carefully selected from the revelations of God, and compiled by Joseph Smith, Junior, Oliver Cowdery, Sidney Rigdon, Frederick G. Williams, [presiding elders of said church.] Proprietors 1835
8490b Storrs, Richard S Memoir of the Rev. Samuel Green, late pastor of Union Church, Boston 1836
7619 Seixas, Joshua Supplement to J. Seixas' Manual Hebrew Grammar, for the Kirtland, Ohio, Theological Institution 1836
5980 Ohio. Legislature. Senate Journal of the Senate of the state of Ohio; being the first session of the 35th General Assembly, begun and held in the city of Columbus, Monday, December 5, 1836, and in the 35th year of said state 1836
3926 Hayward, John The religious creeds and statistics of every Christian denomination in the United States and British provinces. With some account of the religious sentiments of the Jews, American Indians, Deists, Mahometans, &c., alphabetically arranged 1836
8482 Stone, Alvan Memoir of Alvan Stone of Goshen, Massachusetts by David Wright 1837
9703 West, William S A few interesting facts respecting the rise, progress and pretensions of the Mormons. . . . 1837
9712 Wetmore, Alphonso, compiler Gazetteer of the state of Missouri. With a map of the state, from the office of the Surveyor-General, including the latest additions and surveys to which is added an appendix, containing frontier sketches, and illustrations of Indian character. With a frontispiece, engraved on steel. Compiled by Alphonso Wetmore, of Missouri 1837
6210 Peck, John Mason A gazetteer of Illinois, in three parts: containing a general view of the state; a general view of each county, and a particular description of each town, settlement, stream, prarie, bottom, bluff, etc., alphabetically arranged. Second edition, entirely revised, corrected, and enlarged 1837
6627 Pratt, Parley Parker A voice of warning and instruction to all people, containing a declaration of the faith and doctrine of the Church of the Latter Day Saints, commonly called Mormons. By P. P. Pratt, minister of the gospel. . . . 1837
596 Book of Mormon. English. 1837 The book of Mormon: an account written by the hand of Mormon, upon plates taken from the plates of Nephi . . . Translated by Joseph Smith, Jr 1837
8536 Sunderland, La Roy Mormonism exposed and refuted 1838
7284 Rigdon, Sidney Oration delivered by Mr. S. Rigdon, on the 4th of July, 1838. At Far West, Caldwell County, Missouri 1838
7405 Rogers, David W A collection of sacred hymns for the Church of the Latter Day Saints. Selected and Published by David W. Rogers 1838
4963 Livesey, Richard An exposure of Mormonism, being a statement of facts relating to the self-styled "Latter-day Saints," and the origin of the Book of Mormon, by Richard Livesey of Winchendon, Massachusetts, America, minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church 1838
5112 M'Chesney, James An antidote to Mormonism; a warning to the church and nation: the purity of Christian principles defended; and truth disentangled from error and delusion. Revised by G. J. Bennet 1838
5432a Missouri. Laws, statutes, etc Laws of the state of Missouri, passed at the first general session of the tenth general assembly, begun and held at the city of Jefferson, on Monday, the nineteenth day of November, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eighteen hundred and thirty-eight 1838
6100 Parker, Samuel Journal of an exploring tour beyond the Rocky Mountains, under the direction of the A.B.C.F.M. performed in the years 1835, '36, and '37; containing a description of the geography, geology, climate, and productions; and the number, manners, and customs of the natives. With a map of Oregon Territory. By Rev. Samuel Parker, A.M 1838
6611 Pratt, Parley Parker Mormonism unveiled: Zion's Watchman unmasked, and its editor, Mr. L. R. Sunderland, exposed: truth vindicated: the devil mad, and priestcraft in danger! By P. P. Pratt, minister of the gospel. . . . 1838
6612 Pratt, Parley Parker Mormonism unveiled: Zion's Watchman unmasked, and its editor, Mr. L. R. Sunderland, exposed: truth vindicated: the devil mad, and priestcraft in danger! By P. P. Pratt, minister of the gospel . . . Second edition 1838
6613 Pratt, Parley Parker Mormonism unveiled: Zion's Watchman unmasked, and its editor, Mr. L. R. Sunderland, exposed: truth vindicated: the devil mad, and priestcraft in danger! By P. P. Pratt, minister of the gospel . . . Third edition 1838
6613a Pratt, Parley Parker Mormonism unveiled: Zion's Watchman unmasked, and its editor, Mr. L. R. Sunderland, exposed: truth vindicated: the devil mad, & priestcraft in danger: by P. P. Pratt, minister of the gospel . . . Re-printed for Wm. D. Pratt 1838
6840 Reese, David Meredith Humbugs of New-York: being a remonstrance against popular delusion; whether in science, philosophy, or religion. By David Meredith Reese, M.D. . . . 1838
242 Bacheler, Origen Mormonism exposed, internally and externally. . . . 1838
1134 Canning, Josiah Dean Poems 1838
3373 Flagg, Edmund The far West: or, a tour beyond the mountains. Embracing outlines of western life and scenery; sketches of the prairies, rivers, ancient mounds, early settlements of the French, etc., etc 1838
59 The American almanac and repository of useful knowledge, for the year 1838 [–1844] 1838 – 1844
4659c Knight, Elleanor (Warner) A narrative of the Christian experience, life and adventures, trials and labours of Elleanor Knight, written by herself. To which is added a few remarks and verses. . . . 1839
8954b Times and Seasons 1839
9677a Weld, Theodore Dwight American slavery as it is: testimony of a thousand witnesses 1839
8458 Stevenson, H A lecture on Mormonism, delivered in the Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, Alston, December 7th, 1838. . . . 1839
8987 Townsend, John Kirk Narrative of a journey across the Rocky Mountains, to the Columbia River, and a visit to the Sandwich Islands, Chili, &c.; with a scientific appendix. By John K. Townsend, member of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 1839
3710 Greene, John Portineus Facts relative to the expulsion of the Mormons or Latter-day Saints, from the state of Missouri, under the "exterminating order." By John P. Greene, an authorised representative of the Mormons 1839
3710a Greene, John Portineus Facts relative to the expulsion of the Mormons from the state of Missouri, under the "exterminating order." By John P. Greene, an authorised representative of the Mormons 1839
5113 M'Chesney, James A brief review of the proceedings of the annual conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, her discipline and administration of government; embracing a historical sketch of the difficulties existing between Washington Street Church, Brooklyn, and some of the higher powers of this connection 1839
5431 Missouri. General Assembly. Senate Journal of the Senate, of the state of Missouri, at the first session of the tenth general assembly, begun and held at the city of Jefferson, on Monday, the nineteenth day of November, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-eight 1839
6582 Pratt, Parley Parker History of the late persecution inflicted by the state of Missouri upon the Mormons, in which ten thousand American citizens were robbed, plundered, and driven from the state, and many others imprisoned, martyred, &c., for their religion, and all this by military force, by order of the executive. By P. P. Pratt, minister of the gospel. Written during eight months imprisonment in that state. . . . 1839
6628 Pratt, Parley Parker A voice of warning, and instruction to all people, or an introduction to the faith and doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter-day Saints. By P. P. Pratt, minister of the gospel . . . Second edition, revised 1839
532 Bishop, Francis Gladden A brief history of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints, from their rise until the present time; containing an account of, and showing the cause of their sufferings in the state of Missouri, in the years 1833–38. And likewise a summary view of their religious faith. By Francis G. Bishop, a minister of the order 1839
1231 Caswall, Henry America and the American church, by the Rev. Henry Caswall 1839
2373a The churchman armed against error 1839
2523 Corrill, John A brief history of the Church of Christ of Latter Day Saints, (commonly called Mormons;) including an account of their doctrine and discipline; with the reasons of the author for leaving the church. By John Corrill, a member of the Legislature of Missouri 1839
3160 Elsworth, Benjamin C A collection of sacred hymns, for the Church of Christ of the Latter Day Saints. Selected and published by Benjamin C. Elsworth 1839
9849 Wied-Neuwied, Maximilian Alexander Philipp, prinz von Reise in das innere Nord-America in den Jahren 1832 bis 1834; von Maximilian Prinz zu Wied. . . . 1839 – 1841
8955 The Times and Seasons The Times and Seasons 1839 – 1846
4963a Livesey, Richard An exposure of Mormonism, being a statement of facts relating to the self-styled "Latter Day Saints," and the origin of the Book of Mormon, by Richard Livesey, of Winchendon, Massachusetts, America, minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church 1840
9957.5 Wise, Daniel A summary view of all religions; including the creeds, statistics, and benevolent operations of the principal Protestant sects. By D. Wise and J. Porter. 1840
8546 Swartzell, William Mormonism exposed, being a journal of a residence in Missouri from the 28th of May to the 20th of August, 1838, together with an appendix, containing the revelation concerning the golden Bible, with numerous extracts from the "Book of Covenants," &c., &c. By William Swartzell, sometimes a deacon in the Church of 'Latter-Day Saints,' commonly called 'Mormons.' 1840
8810 Taylor, John An answer to some false statements and misrepresentations made by the Rev. Robert Heys, Wesleyan minister, in an address to his society in Douglas and its vicinity, on the subject of Mormonism. By John Taylor, elder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. . . . 1840
8814 Taylor, John Calumny refuted and the truth defended; being a reply to the second address of the Rev. Robert Heys, Wesleyan minister to the Wesleyan Methodist societies in Douglas and its vicinity 1840
9941 Winchester, Benjamin The origin of the Spaulding story, concerning the manuscript found; with a short biography of Dr. P. Hulbert, the originator of the same; and some testimony adduced, showing it to be a sheer fabrication, so far as its connection with the Book of Mormon is concerned 1840
7279 Rigdon, Sidney An appeal to the American people: being an account of the persecutions of the Church of Latter Day Saints; and of the barbarities inflicted on them by the inhabitants of the state of Missouri. By authority of said church 1840
7280 Rigdon, Sidney An appeal to the American people: being an account of the persecutions of the Church of Latter Day Saints; and of the barbarities inflicted on them by the inhabitants of the state of Missouri. By authority of said church. Second edition, revised 1840
4614 Kimball, Heber Chase Journal of Heber C. Kimball, an elder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Giving an account of his mission to Great Britain, and the commencement of the work of the Lord in that land. Also the success which has attended the labors of the elders to the present time by R. B. Thompson. . . . 1840
4779 The Latter-day Saints Millennial Star The Latter-day Saints Millennial Star 1840
4964 Livesey, Richard An exposure of Mormonism, being a statement of facts relating to the self-styled "Latter-day Saints," and the origin of the Book of Mormon, by Richard Livesey of Winchendon, Massachusetts, America, minister of the Methodist Episcopal Church 1840
5557b Mormonism unmasked, showed to be an impious imposture, and Mr. Bennett's reply answered and refuted. By A. philanthropist of Chester County 1840
5588 Morrish, William John The Latter-day Saints and the Book of Mormon. A second warning from a minister to his flock 1840
5589 Morrish, William John The Latter-day Saints and the Book of Mormon. A second warning from a minister to his flock 1840
6561 Pratt, Parley Parker An answer to Mr. William Hewitt's tract against the Latter-day Saints. . . . 1840
6583 Pratt, Parley Parker History of the late persecution inflicted by the state of Missouri upon the Mormons, in which ten thousand American citizens were robbed, plundered, and driven from the State, and many others imprisoned, martyred, &c., for their religion, and all this by military force, by order of the executive. By P. P. Pratt, minister of the gospel. Written during eight months imprisonment in that state. . . . 1840
6584 Pratt, Parley Parker Late persecution of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints. Ten thousand American citizens robbed, plundered, and banished; others imprisoned, and others martyred for their religion. With a sketch of their rise, progress and doctrine. By P. P. Pratt, minister of the gospel: written in prison 1840
6619 Pratt, Parley Parker Prospectus of the Latter-day Saints Millennial Star 1840
6621 Pratt, Parley Parker A reply to Mr. Thomas Taylor's "Complete failure," &c., and Mr. Richard Livesey's "Mormonism exposed.". . . . 1840
406 Bennett, Samuel A few remarks by way of reply to an anonymous scribbler, calling himself A Philanthropist, disabusing the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints of the slanders and falsehoods which he has attempted to fasten upon it 1840
597 Book of Mormon. English. 1840 The book of Mormon. Translated by Joseph Smith, Jr. Third Edition, carefully revised by the translator 1840
1046 Bush, Christopher S Plain facts, shewing the falsehood and folly of the Mormonites, or Latter-day Saints; being an exposition of the imposture, and a proof of the wickedness and impiety of following or hearing them; because they have not God's word as the only standard of their faith, but mix it up with a foolish and inconsistent romance, written by Solomon Spaulding of the United States of America 1840
1762 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hymnal. English. 1840 A collection of sacred hymns, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Europe. Selected by Brigham Young, Parley P. Pratt, and John Taylor. Published by order of a general conference, and for sale at 149, Oldham Road, Manchester, and by agents throughout England 1840
3781 Haining, Samuel Mormonism weighed in the balances, of the sanctuary and found wanting: The substance of four lectures, by Samuel Haining. Published by request 1840
3974 Hewitt, William An exposition of the errors and fallacies of the self-named "Latter-day Saints." By William Hewitt, of Lane-End 1840
4105 Howe, Eber D History of Mormonism: or, a faithful account of that singular imposition and delusion, with sketches of the characters of its propagators, to which are added inquiries into the probability that the historical part of the golden Bible was written by one Solomon Spalding, [sic] and by him intended to have been published as a romance 1840
4106 Howe, Eber D History of Mormonism; or, a faithful account of that singular imposition and delusion, with sketches of the characters of its propagators, to which are added inquiries into the probability that the historical part of the golden Bible was written by one Solomon Spalding [sic]. . . . 1840
5433a Missouri. Laws, statutes, etc Laws of the state of Missouri, passed at the first session of the eleventh general assembly, begun and held at the city of Jefferson, on Monday, the sixteenth day of November, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and forty 1841
5802a Newhall, John B Sketches of Iowa, or the emigrant's guide; containing a correct description of the agricultural and mineral resources, geological features and statistics of the territory of Iowa, a minute description of each county, and of the principal towns and Indian villages, prairie and timbered lands, a view of the rapid increase and future prospects of the people, moral and physical, traits of Indian character, with sketches of Black Hawk, and others: being the result of much observation and travel during a continuous residence of several years 1841
299b Barber, John Warner The history and antiquities of New England, New York, and New Jersey; embracing the following subjects, viz: discoveries and settlements—Indian history—Indian, French, and Revolutionary wars—religious history—biographical sketches—anecdotes, traditions, remarkable and unaccountable occurrences—with a great variety of curious and interesting relics of antiquity. Illustrated by numerous engravings. Collected and compiled from authentic sources, by John Warner Barber, member to the Connecticut Historical Society. . . . 1841
7848 Smith, Eliza Roxcy (Snow) Time and change: a poem in blank verse. Also two odes, one for the sons of liberty, the other for the Fourth of July. By Miss Eliza R. Snow 1841
8210 Snow, Lorenzo The only way to be saved. "The way-faring man, though a fool, need not err therein." An explanation of the first principles of the doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. By Lorenzo Snow, an American missionary 1841
8934 Thompson, Charles Blancher Evidences in proof of the Book of Mormon, being a divinely inspired record, written by the forefathers of the natives whom we call Indians, (who are a remnant of the tribe of Joseph,) and hid up in the earth, but come forth in fulfilment of prophesy for the gathering of Israel and the re-establishing of the kingdom of God upon the earth. Together with all the objections commonly urged against it, answered and refuted—to which is added a proclamation and warning to the gentiles who inhabit America. By Charles Thompson, minister of the gospel. . . . 1841
9942 Winchester, Benjamin Plain facts, shewing the origin of the Spaulding story, concerning the manuscript found, and its being transformed into the Book of Mormon; with a short history of Dr. P. Hulbert, the author of the said story; thereby proving to every lover of truth, beyond the possibility of successful contradiction, that the said story was a base fabrication, without even a shadow of truth. By Benjamin Winchester . . . Re-published by George J. Adams . . . To which is added, a letter from Elder S. Rigdon, also, one from Elder O. Hyde, on the above subject 1841
4203 Illinois. Laws, statutes, etc. Laws of the state of Illinois, passed by the Twelfth General Assembly, at their session, began and held at Springfield, on the seventh of December, one thousand eight hundred and forty. Published in pursuance of law 1841
4211 The imposture unmasked; or, a complete exposure of the Mormon fraud; being a critical review of the Book of Mormon, and an expose of the character of Joseph Smith, Sidney Rigdon, Martin Harris, Parley Pratt, and other leading actors in the Latter-Day Saint delusion. Second Edition 1841
4840 Lee, E. G The Mormons; or, knavery exposed. Giving an account of the discovery of the golden plates; the translation and various tricks resorted to—the proceedings at Kirtland—building a temple—establishment of a bank, a correct specimen of its notes, of which two hundred thousand dollars worth have been pawned off upon the community of Frankford, Pa., rid themselves of the Mormons—documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States. The whole being designed as a caution to the ignorant and unsuspecting against one of the most barefaced and blasphemous devices which has ever been witnessed, affording a lamentable exhibition of the credulity and weakness of human nature in so readily allowing itself to be made the dupe of artful and designing knaves 1841
5315 Maxwell, Archibald Montgomery A run through the United States during the autumn of 1840, by Lieut. Col. A. M. Maxwell 1841
5342 Merkley, Christopher A small selection of choice hymns for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 1841
5427 Missouri. Circuit Court (5th Circuit) Document containing the correspondence, orders &c., in relation to the disturbances with the Mormons; and the evidence given before the Hon. Austin A. King, judge of the Fifth Judicial Circuit of the state of Missouri, at the court-house in Richmond, in a criminal court of inquiry, begun November 12, 1838, on the trail of Joseph Smith, Jr., and others, for high treason and other crimes against the state. Published by order of the General Assembly 1841
5433 Missouri. Laws, statutes, etc Laws of the state of Missouri, passed at the first general session of the ninth general assembly, begun and held at the city of Jefferson, on Monday, the nineteenth day of November, in the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight. Second edition 1841
5649 Moses, Julian A few remarks in reply to an anonymous scribbler, styling himself "one who hates imposture," but found to be an imposter himself, and ashamed to tell his name. . . . 1841
5662 Mulholland, James An address to Americans: a poem in blank verse, by James Mulholland, an elder of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints. Intended as a brief exposure of the cruelties and wrongs, which the church has lately experienced in the state of Missouri. . . . 1841
4958b Littlefield, Lyman Omer The Latter Day Saints: a poem in two cantos; by Omer [pseud.], author of "Eliza or the broken vow." 1841
6011 Orr, Adrian Van Bracklin Mormonism dissected, or, knavery "on two sticks," exposed. Composed principally from notes which were taken from the arguments of Dr. Orr, in the recent debate on the a[u]thenticity of the "Book of Mormon," between him and E. H. Davis, Mormon preacher. The whole being designed as a check to the further progress of imposition, by placing in the hands of every one the means of unmasking this "Latter Day" humbug. By one who hates imposture 1841
6144 Parsons, Tyler Mormon fanaticism exposed. A compendium of the Book of Mormon or Joseph Smith's golden Bible. Also, the examination of its internal and external evidences, with the argument to refute its pretences to a revelation from God: argued before the Free Discussion Society in the city of Boston, July, 1841. Between Elder Freeman Nickerson, a Mormon, and the author, Tyler Parsons 1841
6502 Pratt, Orson An interesting account of several remarkable visions, and of the late discovery of ancient American records. By O. Pratt, minister of the gospel. [First American edition.] 1841
6503 Pratt, Orson An interesting account of several remarkable visions, and of the late discovery of ancient American records. By O. Pratt, minister of the gospel. [Second American edition] 1841
6597 Pratt, Parley Parker A letter to the Queen, touching the signs of the times, and the political destiny of the world. . . . 1841
6598 Pratt, Parley Parker A letter to the Queen, touching the signs of the times, and the political destiny of the World . . . Second edition. Sixth thousand 1841
6626 Pratt, Parley Parker Truth defended, or a reply to the "Preston Chronicle," and to Mr. J. B. Rollo's "Mormonism exposed." Extracted from the Millennial Star for July, 1841 1841
6629 Pratt, Parley Parker A voice of warning, and instruction to all people, or an introduction to the faith and doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter-day Saints . . . First European from the second American edition 1841
6598a Pratt, Parley Parker A letter to the Queen, touching the signs of the times, and the political destiny of the world. . . . Preface to the second edition. . . . 1841
16 Adams, George J. A few plain facts, shewing the folly, wickedness, and imposition of the Rev. Timothy R. Matthews; also, a short sketch of the rise, faith, and doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. By George J. Adams, minister of the gospel, Bedford, England. . . . 1841
299 Barber, John Warner Historical collections of the state of New York; containing a general collection of the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, &c. relating to its history and antiquities, with geographical descriptions of every township in the state. Illustrated by 230 engravings. By John W. Barber . . . and Henry Howe. . . . 1841
443 Berry, John Plain facts against the Latter-day Saints, proving their doctrines contrary to the doctrines of the Bible. Also the lecture which was delivered at the Carpenter Hall in the discussion, proving the Book of Mormon to be untrue, and also that water baptism by immersion not essential to salvation 1841
598 Book of Mormon. English. 1841 The book of Mormon: an account written by the hand of Mormon upon the plates taken from the plates of Nephi . . . Translated by Joseph Smith, Jun. First European, from the second American edition 1841
1762a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hymnal. English. 1841 A collection of sacred hymns, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in Europe. Selected by Brigham Young, Parley P. Pratt, and John Taylor. Second edition 1841
1761 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hymnal. English. 1841 A collection of sacred hymns, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Selected by Emma Smith 1841
3306 Farnham, Thomas Jefferson Travels in the great western prairies, the Anahuac and Rocky Mountains and in the Oregon Territory 1841
3868 Harris, William Mormonism portrayed; its errors and absurdities exposed, and the spirit and designs of its authors made manifest: by William Harris, with emendations by a citinen [sic] To which is added an appendix, containing the testimony of the most prominent witnesses as taken at the trial of Joe Smith, jr., and others for high treason against the state of Missouri, before Judge King, of the Fifth Judicial District 1841
6022b Our country; its capabilities, its perils, and its hope. Being a plea for the early establishment of gospel institutions in the destitute portions of the United States 1842
299c Barber, John Warner The history and antiquities of New England, New York, and New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Embracing the following subjects, viz: discoveries and settlements—Indian history—Indian, French, and Revolutionary wars—religious history—biographical sketches—anecdotes, traditions, remarkable and unaccountable occurrences—with a great variety of curious and interesting relics of antiquity. Illustrated by numerous engravings. Collected and compiled from authentic sources, by John Warner Barber, member to the Connecticut Historical Society. . . . 1842
8537 Sunderland, La Roy Mormonism exposed: in which is shown the monstrous imposture, the blasphemy, and the wicked tendency, of that enormous delusion, advocated by a professedly religious sect, calling themselves, "Latter Day Saints.". . . . 1842
9626 The Wasp Bennettiana; or, the microscope with double diamond lenses. The baser coward, the bigger the bluster. We have read Doctor Bennett's great sina qua non: Russian Ukase: and dictatorial egotism. Desperate cases, require desperate doses and so we will give a little of Bennett as he was, and Bennett as he is. . . . 1842
9877 Williams, J Mormonism exposed. . . . 1842
9943 Winchester, Benjamin Synopsis of the Holy Scriptures, and concordance, in which the synonymous passages are arranged together.—Chiefly designed to illustrate the doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter-day Saints. To which is added, as an appendix, an epitome of ecclesiastical history, etc 1842
4176 Hyde, Orson A voice from Jerusalem, or a sketch of the travels and ministry of Elder Orson Hyde, missionary of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, to Germany, Constantinople, and Jerusalem, containing a description of Mount Zion, the Pool of Siloam, and other ancient places, and some accounts of the manners and customs of the East, as illustrative of scripture texts, with a sketch of several interviews and conversations with Jews missionaries, etc., with a variety of information on the present state of that and other countries with regard to coming events and the restoration of Israel. Compiled from his late letters and documents, the last of which bears date at Bavaria, on the Danube, Jan. 18, 1842 1842
3506 Gardner, Andrew A voice of warning; or, the Mormonite imposture analized [sic] and exposed in the light of the scriptures. By A. Gardner, late Mormonite Elder 1842
4193 Illinois. General Assembly. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary Report of the Committee of the Judiciary, to whom was referred the preamble and resolutions in relation to the Nauvoo City Charter, &. December 19, 1842. Read and laid on the table 1842
4306 Jacob, Udney Hay An extract, from a manuscript entitled: The peacemaker. Or the doctrines of the millennium: being a treatise on religion and jurisprudence. Or a new system of religion and politicks. For God, my country, and my rights. By Udney Hay Jacob, an Israelite, and a shepherd of Israel 1842
4601 Kidder, Daniel Parish Mormonism and the Mormons: a historical view of the rise and progress of the sect self-styled Latter-day Saints 1842
5217 M'Laughlin, A. C Mormonism measured by the gospel rule, and found deficient: being the substance of a sermon delivered at White's school house, Kenton Co., Ky. By A. C. M'Laughlin, a local preacher of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Hold fast all things; prove that which is good 1842
5292 Martin, Moses A treatise on the fulness of the everlasting gospel, setting forth its first principles, promises, and blessings. In which some of the most prominent features that have ever characterized that system, when on the earth, are made manifest; and that it will continue to do so, so long as it can be found on the earth. By Elder Moses Martin, minister of the gospel 1842
5714 Nauvoo, Ill. Charters The city charter: laws, ordinances, and acts of the city council of the city of Nauvoo. And also, the ordinances of the Nauvoo Legion: from the commencement of the city to this date 1842
5714a Nauvoo, Ill. Charters The city charter: laws, ordinances, and acts of the city council of the city of Nauvoo. Published by order of the City Council 1842
6145 Parsons, Tyler Mormon fanaticism exposed. A compendium of the Book of Mormon or Joseph Smith's golden Bible. Also, the examination of its internal and external evidences, with the argument to refute its pretences to a revelation from God: argued before the Free Discussion Society in the City of Boston, July, 1841. Between Elder Freeman Nickerson, a Mormon, and the author, Tyler Parsons 1842
6504 Pratt, Orson An interesting account of several remarkable visions, and of the late discovery of ancient American records. By O. Pratt, minister of the gospel. [Third American edition.] 1842
6614 Pratt, Parley Parker Mormonism unveiled: Zion's Watchman unmasked, and its editor, Mr. L. R. Sunderland, exposed: truth vindicated. The Devil mad, and priestcraft in danger! By P. P. Pratt, minister of the gospel . . . Fourth edition 1842
6630 Pratt, Parley Parker A voice of warning, and instruction to all people; or, an introduction to the faith and doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter-day Saints. By P. P. Pratt, minister of the gospel . . . Third edition, revised 1842
9663a Webb, E. Henry Latter day Saints. A letter from the Rev. P. Alcock, Baptist minister, Berwick St. John's, Dorsetshire, to his nephew, E. H. Webb, elder in the Church of the Latter Day Saints, Bristol, late of Cheltenham. . . . 1842
311 Barnes, Lorenzo Dow Very important references, to prove the religion and principles of the Latter Day Saints to be true 1842
404 Bennett, John Cook The history of the saints; or, an expose of Joe Smith and Mormonism. Third edition 1842
403 Bennett, John Cook The history of the saints; or, an expose of Joe Smith and Mormonism 1842
508 Bickersteth, Edward The divine warning to the church, at this time, of our present enemies, dangers, and duties, and as to our future prospects. A sermon [on Rev. xvi. 12] etc. With notes and an appendix, containing information respecting the present diffusion of infidelity, lawlessness and popery . . . Fifth thousand 1842
599 Book of Mormon. English. 1842 The book of Mormon: Translated by Joseph Smith. Fourth American and second stereotype edition, carefully revised by the translator 1842
812 Brewster, James Colin The words of righteousness to all men, written from one of the Books of Esaras [sic], which was written by the five ready writers, in the forty days, which was spoken of by Esaras in his second book, fourteenth chapter of the Apocrypha, being one of the books which was lost and has now come forth, by the gift of God, in the last days 1842
962 Buckingham, James Silk The eastern and western states of America 1842
1232 Caswall, Henry The city of the Mormons; or three days at Nauvoo in 1842 by the Rev. Henry Caswall, M. A 1842
2388 Clark, John Alonzo Gleanings by the way, by Rev. John A. Clark, D.D., rector of St. Andrew's Church, Philadelphia. . . . 1842
2578 Crawford, Robert P An index, or reference, to the second and third editions of the Book of Mormon, alphabetically arranged 1842
3858 Hardy, John Hypocrisy exposed, or J. V. Himes weighed in the balances of truth, honesty and common sense, and found wanting; being a reply to a pamphlet put forth by him, entitled, Mormon delusions and monstrosities. By John Hardy 1842
3925 Hayward, John The book of religions; comprising the views, creeds, sentiments, or opinions, of all the principal religious sects in the world, particularly of all Christian denominations in Europe and America, to which are added church and missionary statistics, together with biographical sketches 1842
4010 Himes, Joshua Vaughan Mormon delusions and monstrosities. A review of the Book of Mormon, and an illustration of Mormon principles and practices. Compiled and edited by Joshua V. Himes 1842
4169 Hyde, Orson Ein Ruf aus der Wüste, eine Stimme aus dem Schoose der Erde. Kurzer Ueberblick des ursprungs und der Lehre der Kirche "Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints," gekannt von manchen unter der Benennung: "Die Mormonen." Von Orson Hyde, Preister dieser Kirche 1842
7750c.5 Skinner, Otis A. Letters to Rev. B. Stow, R. H. Neale, and R. W. Cushman, on modern revivals 1842
3447 Freemasons. Illinois. Grand Lodge Proceedings of the Grand Lodge of Illinois in the town of Jacksonville 1842 – 1844
5433b Missouri. Laws, statutes, etc Laws of the state of Missouri, passed at the first session of the twelfth general assembly, begun and held at the city of Jefferson, on Monday, the twenty-first day of November, eighteen hundred and forty-two, and ended Tuesday the twenty-eighth day of February, eighteen hundred and forty-three 1843
793a.5 Brainerd, Thomas Our country safe from Romanism. A sermon delivered at the opening of the Third Presbytery of Philadelphia, at its sessions in the Westen Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, April, 1841. By the Rev. Thomas Brainerd, Pastor of the Third Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia. 1843
3275a Evergreen, Erasmus [pseud.] The cupola; or, "rhymes on demagoges and mobs." Part I. Written by a retired politician, and edited by Erasmus Evergreen, Esq. 1843
5140a Macdonald, James Madison Credulity, as illustrated by impostures in science, gross superstitions and fanaticism 1843
8460a Stewart, Catherine New homes in the West 1843
9801a Wickersham, Amos H An examination of the principles of Mormonism, as developed in the recent discussion between the author and elders Wharton & Appleby, with a brief statement of facts in regard to said discussion 1843
7956 Smith, Joseph, 1805–1844 General Joseph Smith's appeal to the Green Mountain boys, December, 1854 1843
7594a Scott, James Leander A journal of a missionary tour through Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Wiskonsin [sic] and Michigan; comprising a concise description of different sections of country; health of climate; inducements for emigration with the embarrassments; the religious condition of the people; meetings connected with the mission; and of the great western prairies. By Rev. James L. Scott 1843
9605b Warsaw Message Extra 1843
9940 Winchester, Benjamin A history of the priesthood from the beginning of the world to the present time, written in defence of the doctrine and position of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; and also a brief treatise upon the fundamental sentiments, particularly those which distinguish the above society from others now extant. By B. Winchester, minister of the gospel. . . . 1843
3736 Grund, Francis Joseph Handbuch und Wegweiser für Auswanderer nach den Vereinigten Staaten von Nordamerika, und Texas 1843
5266 Mant, Walter Bishop Mormonism a heresy, contrary to Holy Scriptures, condemned by the witness of the Catholick Church, and repugnant to common sense. A sermon, preached in the parish church of Hillsborough, on Sunday, the 30th October, 1842. With an appendix of illustrations and proofs. By the Ven. Walter B. Mant, M.A., Arch-Deacon of Down. Belfast, George Phillips, Bridge-Street, W. Grapel 1843
5280 Marryat, Frederick Narrative of the travels and adventures of Monsieur Violet, in California, Sonora, & western Texas. Written by Capt. Marryat, C.B. 1843
5988 Oliver, William Eight months in Illinois, with information to emigrants. . . . 1843
6041 Packard, Noah Political and religious detector: in which Millerism is exposed, false principles detected, and truth brought to light. By N. Packard, minister of the gospel 1843
189 Appleby, William Ivins A few important questions for the reverend clergy to answer, being a scale to weigh priestcraft and sectarianism in, by William I. Appleby, elder in the Church of "Latter-day Saints." 1843
191 Appleby, William Ivins Mormonism consistent! Truth vindicated, and falsehood exposed and refuted: being a reply to A. H. Wickersham, by W. I. Appleby, elder in the Church of "Latter-day Saints." 1843
1233 Caswall, Henry The city of the Mormons; or three days at Nauvoo in 1842 by the Rev. Henry Caswall, M.A. Second edition, revised and enlarged 1843
1237 Caswall, Henry The prophet of the nineteenth century; or, the rise, progress, and present state of the Mormons, or the Latter-day Saints: to which is appended, an analysis of the Book of Mormon. By the Rev. Henry Caswall, M.A. professor of divinity in Kemper College, Missouri; and author of "America and the American Church," "City of the Mormons," &c 1843
3856 Hardy, John A collection of sacred hymns, adapted to the faith and views of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Compiled by John Hardy 1843
5131 M'Culloch, John Ramsey M'Culloch's universal gazetteer. A dictionary, geographical, statistical, and historical, of the various countries, places, and principal natural objects in the world. By J. R. M'Culloch, Esq. In which the articles relating to the United States have been greatly multiplied and extended, and adapted to the present condition of the country, and to the wants of its citizens. By Daniel Haskel . . . Illustrated with seven large maps 1843 – 1844
3733b Grisson, Wilhelm Beiträge zur Charakteristik der Vereinigten Staaten von Nord-Amerika 1844
7957a Smith, Joseph, 1805–1844 General Smith's views of the powers and policy of the government of the United States 1844
5354a Merrill, Joseph Warren The people's cabinet, containing a compendium upon the subjects of natural history; natural philosophy; astronomy; constitution, organization, and functions of the human body; the mind and its faculties; history of the United States; government and law, particularly of the United States. Also the beliefs of various religious denominations and biographical sketches of distinguished characters in all ages of the world. Collected and prepared by Joseph W. Merrill 1844
5320a Mazzuchelli, Samuel Charles Memorie istoriche ed edificanti d'un missionario apostolico dell' Ordino dei predicatori fra varie tribu di selvaggi e fra i cattolici e protestanti negli Stati-Uniti d'America 1844
1106b Campbell, Alexander A debate between Rev. A. Campbell and Rev. N. L. Rice, on the action, subject, design and administrator of Christian baptism; also, on the character of spiritual influence in conversion and sanctification, and on the expediency and tendency of ecclesiastic creeds, as terms of union and communion. Held in Lexington, Ky., from the fifteenth of November to the second of December, 1843, a period of eighteen days. Reported by Marcus T. C. Gould. . . . assisted by A. Euclid Drapier. . . . 1844
7953 Smith, Joseph, 1805–1844 Correspondence between Joseph Smith, the prophet, and Col. John Wentworth, editor of "The Chicago Democrat," and member of Congress from Illinois; Gen. James Arlington Bennet, of Arlington House, Long Island, and the Honorable John C. Calhoun, senator from South Carolina. In which is given, a sketch of the life of Joseph Smith, the rise and progress of the Church of Latter Day Saints, and their persecutions by the state of Missouri: with the peculiar views of Joseph Smith, in relation to political and religious matters generally; to which is added a concise account of the present state and prospects of the city of Nauvoo 1844
7957 Smith, Joseph, 1805–1844 General Smith's views of the powers and policy of the government of the United States 1844
7958 Smith, Joseph, 1805–1844 Smith's views of the powers and policy of the government of the United States 1844
7959 Smith, Joseph, 1805–1844 General Smith's views of the powers and policy of the government of the United States 1844
7959a Smith, Joseph, 1805–1844 General Smith's views of the powers and policy of the government oe [sic] the United States 1844
7960 Smith, Joseph, 1805–1844 General Smith's views of the powers and policy of the government of the United States 1844
7962 Smith, Joseph, 1805–1844 Gen. Joseph Smith's views of the powers and policy of the government of the United States. An appeal to the Green Mountain Boys. Correspondence with the Hon. John C. Calhoun. Also a copy of a memorial to the Legislature of Missouri. . . . 1844
7966 Smith, Joseph, 1805–1844 Views of the powers and policy of the government of the United States. By General Joseph Smith, of Nauvoo, Illinois. Re-published by John E. Page, elder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1844
8139 Smith, William Defence of Elder William Smith, against the slanders of Abraham Burtis, and others; in which are included several certificates, and the duties of members in the Church of Christ, in settling difficulties one with another according to the law of God. . . . 1844
8212 Snow, Lorenzo The only way to be saved. "The wayfaring man, though a fool, need not err therein." An explanation of the first principles of the doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1844
9704 Westbrook, G. W The Mormons in Illinois; with an account of the late disturbances, which resulted in the assassination of Joseph & Hyrum Smith, the prophet and patriarch of the Latter-day Saints 1844
7440 Rupp, Israel Daniel He pasa ekklesia. An original history of the religious denominations at present existing in the United States. Containing authentic accounts of their rise, progress, statistics and doctrines. Written expressly for the work by eminent theological professors, ministers, and lay-members, of the respective denominations. Projected, compiled and arranged by I. Daniel Rupp, of Lancaster, Pa. . . . 1844
3613 Gooch, John, compiler Death of the prophets Joseph and Hyram [sic] Smith, who were murdered while in prison at Carthage Ill., on the 27th day of June, A.D., 1844. Compiled, and printed for our venerable brother in Christ, Freeman Nickerson. . . . 1844
3683 Grant, Jedediah Morgan A collection of facts, relative to the course taken by Elder Sidney Rigdon, in the states of Ohio, Missouri, Illinois and Pennsylvania. By Jedediah M. Grant, one of the Quorum of Seventies 1844
5066 Lyne, Thomas A A true and descriptive account of the assassination of Joseph & Hiram [sic] Smith, the Mormon prophet and patriarch. At Carthage, Illinois June 27th, 1844, by an eye witness, T. A. Lyne, late of the stage. To which is annexed the speech of H. L. Reid, also, speech of James W. Woods. To which is added a brief outline of the faith and doctrine of the Latter Day Saints 1844
4192 Illinois. General Assembly. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary City of Nauvoo. In Senate, Dec. 16, 1844. Read, and laid on the table 1844
4195 Illinois. Governor, 1842–1846 (Ford) Message of the governor of the state of Illinois, in relation to the disturbances in Hancock County, December 21, 1844 1844
4198a Illinois. Governor, 1842–1846 (Ford) A proclamation 1844
4302 Jackson, Joseph H A narrative of the adventures and experience of Joseph H. Jackson in Nauvoo, disclosing the depth of Mormon villainy 1844
4604 Kidder, Daniel Parish Mormonism and the Mormons: a historical view of the rise and progress of the sect self-styled Latter-day Saints 1844
4651 Kirk, Th. J The Mormons & Missouri. A general outline of the history of the Mormons, from their origin to the present. (Including the late disturbance in Illinois;) and a particular account of the last Mormon disturbance in Missouri, or the Mormon war; with an appendix, contaiaing [sic] an epitome of the Book of Mormon, with remarks on the nature and tendency of Mormon faith 1844
4782 The Latter-day Saints Millennial Star Supplement to the Millennial Star. August, 1844 1844
4783 The Latter-day Saints Millennial Star Supplement to the Millennial Star. December, 1844 1844
4895 Lewis, R. B Light and truth; collected from the Bible and ancient and modern history, containing the universal history of the colored and the Indian race, from the creation of the world to the present time. By R. B. Lewis, a colored man 1844
4947 Listen to the Voice of Truth 1844
4956 Little, Jesse Carter A collection of sacred hymns, for the use of Latter Day Saints. Selected and published by J. C. Little and G. B. Gardner 1844
5663 Mulholland, James An address to Americans: a poem in blank verse, by James Mulholland, an elder of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints. Intended as a brief exposure of the cruelties and wrongs, which the church has lately experienced in the state of Missouri. . . . 1844
5724 Nauvoo Legion Revised laws of the Nauvoo Legion, from the Constitution of the United States. By authority 1844
6040 Packard, Noah Memorial. To the Honorable the Governor, Senate and House of Representatives of Massachusetts, in legislative capacity assembled 1844
6227 Pennsylvania. Legislature. Senate Journal of the Senate of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania commenced at Harrisburg, on Tuesday, the second day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty-four, and of the commonwealth the sixty-eighty 1844
6631 Pratt, Parley Parker A voice of warning, and instruction to all people, or an introduction to the faith and doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter-day Saints . . . Third [i.e., Fourth] American edition 1844
17 Adams, George J. A lecture on the authenticity & scriptural character of the Book of Mormon. By G. J. Adams, a minister of the gospel. Delivered at the town hall, Charlestown, Mass. on Sunday evening, February 4th, and Wednesday evening, February 7th. Reported and published by his friend C. P. B 1844
19 Adams, George J. A lecture on the doctrine of baptism for the dead; and preaching to spirits in prison. By Elder G. J. Adams, missionary to Russia. As originally delivered by him in the city of New-York on the 7th of January, 1844. Reported and published by his friend David Rogers 1844
20 Adams, George J. A letter to His Excellency John Tyler, president of the United States, touching the signs of the times, and the political destiny of the world: by G. J. Adams, minister of the gospel 1844
188 Appleby, William Ivins A dissertation on Nebuchadnezzar's dream: showing that the kingdom spoken of by Daniel the prophet was not set up in the days of the Apostles; and the order of the kingdom set up then explained. Also: the rise and faith of the most notable orthodox societies of the present day, together with a synopsis of the origin and faith of the Church of "Latter-day Saints" comparing their faith with the faith of other societies. By W. I. Appleby, minister of the gospel 1844
252a Baird, Robert Religion in the United States of America; or, An account of the origin, progress, relations to the state, and present condition of the evangelical churches in the United States. With notices of unevangelical denominations. By the Rev. Robert Baird. . . . 1844
252 Baird, Robert Religion in America; or, an account of the origin, progress, relation to the state, and present condition of the evangelical churches in the United States. With notices of the unevangelical denominations 1844
896 Brown, Henry The history of Illinois, from its first discovery and settlement to the present time. By Henry Brown, counsellor at law 1844
1763 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hymnal. English. 1844 A collection of sacred hymns, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in Europe. Selected by Brigham Young, Parley P. Pratt, and John Taylor. Fourth edition 1844
2546 Cowdery, Oliver Letters by Oliver Cowdery, to W. W. Phelps, on the origin of the Book of Mormon, and the rise of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1844
2690 Davis, George Turnbull Moore An authentic account of the massacre of Joseph Smith, the Mormon prophet, and Hyrum Smith, his brother. Together with a brief history of the rise and progress of Mormonism, and all the circumstances which led to their death. By Geo. T. M. Davis of Alton, Ills 1844
2861 Doctrine and Covenants. English. 1844 The Doctrine and Covenants of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; carefully selected from the revelations of God. By Joseph Smith, president of said church. Second edition 1844
3211 Evans, John History of all Christian sects and denominations; their origin, peculiar tenets, and present condition. With an introduction account of Atheists, Deists, Jews, Mohametans, Pagans, &c. By John Evans, LL.D. From the fifteenth London edition. Revised and enlarged, with the addition of the most recent statistics relating to religious sects in the United States. By the American editor 1844
3859 Hardy, John Startling developments of crim. con.! [sic] or two Mormon apostles exposed, in practising the spiritual wife system in Boston; consisting of the trials of Elder John Hardy, who was excommunicated from the Mormon church worshiping in Suffolk Hall, for exposing the base and licentious "teachings and practices" of Elders G. J. Adams and William Smith, the particulars of which are here made public 1844
4047 History of the Mormons, or, Latter-day Saints, with an account of their persecutions in Missouri and Illinois, from an authentic source 1844
4142 Hunt, James Henry Mormonism: embracing the origin, rise and progress of the sect, with an examination of the Book of Mormon; also, their troubles in Missouri, and final expulsion from the state. With an appendix, giving an account of the late disturbances in Illinois, which resulted in the death of Joseph and Hyrum Smith. By G. W. Westbrook 1844
4143 Hunt, James Henry A history of the Mormon war: with a prefix, embracing the rise, progress, and peculiar tenets of Mormon doctrine; with an examination of the Book of Mormon. Also, the trial of the prophet Joe Smith, and his brethren, for high treason, murder, &c., with the motions of the counsel and decisions of the court in each case: together with an account of the attempted assassination of ex-governor Boggs 1844
5363 Messenger and Advocate of the Church of Christ 1844 – 1846
8000 Smith, Joseph, 1805–1844 The voice of truth, containing General Joseph Smith's correspondence with Gen. James Arlington Bennett; 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. . . . 1844; [1845];
4304a Jackson, Thomas The Book of Mormon weighed in the balances of the scriptures, and found wanting. A lecture delivered at Coalville, December 25, 1844 1845
8307b Sparks, Quartus Strong Priestcraft exposed: false religion unmasked, derided, and slain; hypocrisy unveiled: truth vindicated, secretaries mad: and Babylon falling! By Q. S. Sparks, minister of the gospel, Hartford, Conn. . . . 1845
7632c Sharp, Jonathan [pseud.] Jonathan Sharp; or the adventures of a Kentuckian. Written by himself 1845
9927a Wilson, Joshua Lacy A sermon on witchcraft, delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati, Nov. 9th, 1845, by J. L. Wilson, senior pastor. . . . 1845
9799a Whittier, John Greenleaf The stranger in Lowell. . . . 1845
7281 Rigdon, Sidney A collection of sacred hymns. For the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Selected by S. Rigdon 1845
4185 Illinois. General Assembly Reports made to the Senate and House of Representatives of the state of Illinois, at their session begun and held at Springfield, December 2, 1844 1845
4186 Illinois. General Assembly. House of Representatives Reports made to the Senate and House of Representatives of the state of Illinois, at their session begun and held at Springfield, December 2, 1844 1845
4204 Illinois. Laws, statutes, etc. Laws of the state of Illinois, passed by the Fourteenth General Assembly, at their regular session, began and held at Springfield, December 2nd, 1844 1845
4469 Jones, Dan Y farw wedi ei chyfodi yn fyw: neu'r hen grefydd newydd traethawd yn dangos anghyfnewidioldeb teyrnas ddwv. Gan Capt. D. Jones. . . . 1845
4605 Kidder, Daniel Parish Mormonism and the Mormons: a historical view of the rise and progress of the sect self-styled Latter-day Saints 1845
4892 Lewis, George Impressions of America and the American churches: from journal of the Rev. G. Lewis 1845
5379 Meynell, James B A few incidents of travel in England connected with the immutable principles of truth, called the gospel of Jesus Christ. By J. B. Meynell, missionary to the British Isles 1845
5991a Olney, Oliver H Spiritual wifery at Nauvoo exposed. Also a true account of transactions in and about Nauvoo. By O. Olney, elder of the Church of Jesus Christ 1845
6823 Raumer, Friedrich Ludwig Georg von Die Vereinigten Staaten von Nordamerika. . . . 1845
14 Adams, Charles A. Collection of sacred hymns, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Selected and published by Charles A. Adams 1845
2658 Daniels, William M A correct account of the murder of Generals Joseph and Hyrum Smith, at Carthage, on the 27th day of June, 1844; by William M. Daniels, an eye witness 1845
2862 Doctrine and Covenants. English. 1845 The Doctrine and Covenants of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints; carefully selected from the revelations of God. By Joseph Smith, president of said church. Third edition 1845
3818 Hancock County, Illinois. Sheriff Proclamation no. 5. To the citizens of Hancock County, and the surrounding country 1845
4170 Hyde, Orson Speech of Elder Orson Hyde, delivered before the high priest's quorum in Nauvoo, April 27th, 1845, upon the course and conduct of Mr. Sidney Rigdon, and upon the merits of his claims to the presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1845
4171 Hyde, Orson Speech of Elder Orson Hyde, delivered before the high priests, quorum, in Nauvoo, April 27th, 1845, upon the course and conduct of Mr. Sydney [sic] Rigdon, and upon the merits of his claims to the presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1845
3332a.5 Harmon, J. P. Festival: the presence of [blank space] is respectfully solicited at a festival to be given by the 11th Quorum of Seventies, at their hall, on Saturday the 13th instant, at 10 o'clock, a.m. J.P. Harmon, Sen. Pres. 1845
7614a Seintiau Diweddaf 1846
9870a Williams, David Twyll y seintiau diweddaf yn cael ei ddynoethi mewn nodiadau byr ar draethawd a ysgrifenwyd yn ddiweddar gan Capt. D. Jones, dan yr enw, "Traethawd ar Anghyfnewidioldeb Teyrnas Dduw," &c. Gan David Williams, Silo, Abercannaid. Yr ail argraffiad 1846
11a An account of the origin of the Mormonites, or Latter-day Saints, (so called.) . . . by an anti-Mormon 1846
326a Bartlett, Sylvester M Whig Extra. Thursday, 12 o'clock, Sept. 3d. Letter from the editor 1846
1870b Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hymnal. Welsh. 1846 [Hymnau, wedi eu cyfansoddi a'u casglu, yn fwyaf neillduol, at wasanaeth Saint Y Dyddiau Diweddaf] 1846
2682b Davies, W. R Y Seintiau Diweddaf. Sylwedd pregeth a draddodwyd ar y gwyrthiau. Er mwyn goleuo y cyffredin, a dangos twyll y creaduriaid a alwant eu hunain yn Seintiau y Dyddiau Diweddaf 1846
7566 Schoppe, Amalie Der Prophet. Historischer Roman aus der Neuzeit Nord-Amerikas. Von Amalie Schoppe geb. Weise 1846
9601 Warren, William B To the citizens of Hancock County: the undersigned, again deems it his duty to appear before you in a circular. . . . Mormon population . . . are leaving the state. . . . 1846
4197 Illinois. Governor, 1842–1846 (Ford) Message of the governor of the state of Illinois transmitted to the General Assembly, December 7, 1846 1846
4303 Jackson, Joseph H The adventures and experiences of Joseph H. Jackson: disclosing the depths of Mormon villany [sic] practices in Nauvoo 1846
4472 Jones, Dan Y glorian, yn yr hon y gwelir David yn pwyso Williams, a Williams yn pwyso David; neu David Williams, o Abercanaid, yn gwrthddweyd ei hun, wedi ei ddal yn ei dwyll, a'i brofi yn ddeistaidd. Gan Capt. D. Jones 1846
5278 Marks, David Memoirs of the life of David Marks, minister of the gospel; edited by Mrs. Marilla Marks. . . . 1846
5293 Martin, Moses A treatise on the fulness of the everlasting gospel, setting forth its first principles, promises, and blessings. In which some of the most prominent features that have ever characterized that system, when on the earth, are made manifest; and that it will continue to do so, so long as it can be found on the earth. By Elder Moses Martin, minister of the gospel. (First edition published at New York, in 1842) Second edition 1846
5310 Mattison, Hiram A scriptural defence of the doctrine of the Trinity; or, a check to modern Arianism, as taught by Campbellites, Hicksites, New Lights, Universalists and Mormons; and especially by a sect calling themselves "Christians." By Rev. H. Mattison 1846
5406 Miller, Reuben James J. Strang, weighed in the balance of truth, and found wanting. His claims as first president of the Melchisedek priesthood refuted. By Reuben Miller, elder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 1846
6081 Palmer, John W To the citizens of Hancock County! 1846
6095 Parker, James R Circular: to the citizens of Adams and the adjacent counties in this state 1846
6097 Parker, James R To the public. . . . 1846
6312 Perkins, James Handasyd Annals of the West: embracing a concise account of principal events which have occurred in the Western States and Territories, from the discovery of the Mississippi Valley to the year eighteen hundred and forty five. Compiled from the most authentic sources 1846
6822 Raumer, Friedrich Ludwig Georg von America and the American people. By Friedrich Von Raumer, professor of history in the University of Berlin, &c., &c . . . Translated from the German by William W. Turner 1846
857 The British and American Commercial Joint Stock Company Deed of settlement of the British and American Commercial Joint Stock Company, established for the purpose of trading between the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland and North and South America 1846
2489 Conyers, Josiah B A brief history of the leading causes of the Hancock mob, in the year 1846. By Josiah B. Conyers, M.D., Quincy, Illinois 1846
2765 Dennett, John John Dennett's first volume on the horrible enormities of Mormonism: Mysteries of singing in long and short metre unveiled: a dash at the spiritual wife system. Also, an exposure of unparalleled wrongs and sufferings while a member of that peculiar sect. Together with an answer to the following conundrum richly applied: Why is it that the inhabitants of Boston are so much like South Boston and Neponset bridges? 1846
2838 Dietrichson, Johannes Wilhelm Christian Reise blandt de norske emigranter i "De Forendede nordamerikanske Fristater" 1846
2864 Doctrine and Covenants. English. 1846 The Doctrine and Covenants, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Carefully selected from the reveations [sic] of God. By Joseph Smith, president. Fourth American edition 1846
3827 Hancock Eagle Hancock Eagle-Extra. Nauvoo, Illinois, August 20, 1846. Proclamation! To the citizens of Hancock County. . . . 1846
4165b Hyde, Orson Circular 1846
4204.5 Illinois State Gazette Illinois State Gazette Extra. Shawneetown, Sunday, May 17, 1846. 1846
3641 Gospel Herald . . . for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. . . . 1846 – 1850
4483a Jones, Daniel Y drych cywir, lle y gellir canfod yn eglur twyll y Mormoniaid, neu "Seintiau y Dyddiau Diweddaf" mewn dull o holiodau ac atebion, rhwng Daniel a'i gyfaill. Gan Daniel Jones. . . . 1847
5304c Mather, Joseph Higgins Geography of the state of New York. Embracing its physical features, climate, geography, mineralogy, botany, zoology, history, pursuits of the people, government, education, internal improvements, &c. With statistical tables, and a separate description and map of each county. Accompanied by a large outline map and geological chart. For the use of schools, families, etc. By J. H. Mather, author of a series of outline maps and key. And L. P. Brockett, M.D. corresponding member of the New York Historical Society and Smithsonian Institute 1847
187b Appleby, William Ivins Circular to the Church of Christ of Latter-day Saints, in the East, by W. I. Appleby presiding elder of the Church in the eastern states 1847
1047a Bushnell, Horace A discourse for home missions, by Horace Bushness, pastor of the North Church, Hartford, Conn 1847
2367a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Wight) A collection of sacred hymns, for the use of all saints. Selected by a committee in a branch of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints 1847
9422 Van Deusen, Increase McGee The Mormon endowment; a secret drama, or conspiracy, in the Nauvoo-Temple, in 1846; in which process Mr. and Mrs. McGee, (the authors of this work,) were made king and queen, to which is added a sketch of the life of Joseph Smith, the circumstances of his finding the Mormon bible; his last revelation in the appointment of his successor; the angel's appearance to him; his finding another bible; his revelation concerning Polk and the Mexican War; baptism for the dead—Mormon faith—spiritual-wife-doctrine; description of Nauvoo and the Temple, &c., &c 1847
9423 Van Deusen, Increase McGee A dialogue between Adam and Eve, the Lord and the devil, called the endowment: as was acted by twelve or fifteen thousand, in secret, in the Nauvoo Temple, said to be revealed from God, as a reward for building that splendid edifice, and the express object for which it was built 1847
9933 Wilson, Richard Lush Short ravelings from a long yarn, or, camp and march sketches of the Santa Fe Trail. From the notes of Richard L. Wilson 1847
7459 Ruxton, George Frederick Augustus Adventures in Mexico and the Rocky Mountains. By George F. Ruxton, Esq., member of the Royal Geographical Society, the Ethnological Society, etc., etc 1847
4507 A journey on the Mississippi River, being a lecture delivered before the Lyceum of the Zane Street Public School of Philadelphia. By a director, April 10th, 1847 1847
4676 Koch, Albrecht Karl Reise durch einen Theil der Vereinigten Staaten von Nordamerika in den Jahren 1844 bis 1846, von Dr. Albert C. Koch. Nebst 2 Tafeldn Abblidungen 1847
4745 Lanman, Charles A summer in the wilderness; embracing a canoe voyage up the Mississippi and around Lake Superior 1847
5408 Miller, Reuben Truth shall prevail: a short reply to an article published in the Voree Herald (Reveille), by J. C. Bennett; and the willful falsehoods of J. J. Strang, published in the first number of Zion's Reveille 1847
5866 Norris, James W., compiler Illinois annual register, and western business directory. Norris & Gardiner, editors & proprietors 1847
6068 Page, John E The priesthood 1847
6632 Pratt, Parley Parker A voice of warning and instruction to all people; or, an introduction to the faith and doctrine of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter-day Saints. Sixth edition 1847
1047 Bushnell, Horace Barbarism the first danger. A discourse for home missions, by Horace Bushnell, pastor of the North Church, Hartford, Conn. 1847
1764 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hymnal. English. 1847 A collection of sacred hymns, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in Europe. Selected by Brigham Young, Parley P. Pratt, and John Taylor. Fifth edition 1847
1914 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Missions. British. Edinburgh Conference Latter Day Saints. The Edinburgh Branch of this society now meet, for public worship, in Mr. M'Pherson's large hall 1847
2477 The conquest of Santa Fe and subjugation of New Mexico, by the military forces of the United States. With a history of Colonel Doniphan's campaign in Chihuahua. By a captain of volunteers 1847
2637 Cutts, James Madison The conquest of California and New Mexico, by the forces of the United States, in the years 1846 & 1847. With engravings, plans of battle, etc 1847
3117 Edwards, Frank S A campaign in New Mexico with Colonel Doniphan. By Frank S. Edwards, a volunteer. With a map of the route, and a table of the distances traversed 1847
3388 Follett, Frederick History of the press of western New York; prepared at the request of a committee, by Frederick Follett of Batavia. Together with the proceedings of the Printers' Festival held on the 141st anniversary of the birth-day of Franklin in the City of Rochester, on Monday, January 18, 1847 1847
4109 Howe, Henry Historical collections of Ohio; containing a collection of the most interesting facts, traditions, biographical sketches, anecdotes, etc., relating to its general and local history: with descriptions of its counties, principal towns and villages. Illustrated by 177 engravings, giving views of the chief town—public buildings,—relics of antiquity,—historic localities,—natural scenery, etc 1847
4126 Hughes, John Taylor Doniphan's expedition; containing an account of the conquest of New Mexico; General Kearney's overland expedition to California; Doniphan's campaign against the Navajos; his unparalleled march upon Chihuahua and Durango; and the operations of General Price at Santa Fé: with a sketch of the life of Col. Doniphan. Illustrated with plans of battle fields and fine engravings. By John T. Hughes, A.B., of the First Regiment of Missouri Cavalry 1847
5001a Lowell, James Russell The Biglow papers, edited, with an introduction, notes, glossary, and copious index, by Homer Wilbur 1848
5713c Naumann, Jacob Nordamerika, sein Volksthum und seine Institutionen: Nach mehrjährigen Ersahrungen, insbesondere zur Belehrung für unsiedler geschildert 1848
299d Barber, John Warner History of the most important and interesting religious events, which have transpired from the commencement of the Christian era to the present time, with a short biographical sketch of persons distinguished in religious history. Collected and compiled from the most approved authorities. Improved edition 1848
3879a Haskel, Daniel A chronological view of the world; exhibiting the leading events of universal history, the origin and progress of the arts and sciences, the obituary of distinguished men, and the periods in which they flourished. . . . Collected chiefly from the article "chronology" in the New Edinburgh Encyclopedia, edited by Sir. David Brester. . . . 1848
5304b Mather, Joseph Higgins A geographical history of the state of New York: embracing its history, government, physical features, climate, geology, mineralogy, botany, zoology, education, internal improvements, &c, with separate map of each county. The whole forming a complete history of the state. By J. H. Mather and L. P. Brockett 1848
9211a U.S. President, 1845–1849 (Polk) Messages of the president of the United States with correspondence, therewith communicated between the secretary of war and other officers of the government 1848
10121 Ziegler, Alexander Skizzen einer Reise durch Nordamerika und Westindien, mit besonderer Berücksichtigung des deutschen Elements . . . in dem neuen Staate Wisconsin. . . . 1848
7457b Russell, Robert W America compared with England. The respective social effects of the American and English systems of government and legislation; and the mission of democracy 1848
50a Allen, Miss A. J Ten years in Oregon. Travels and adventures of Dr. E. White and lady west of the Rocky Mountains; with incidents of two sea voyages via. Sandwich Islands around Cape Horn; containing also a brief history of the missions and settlement of the country . . . description of the soil, production and climate of the country. Compiled by Miss A. J. Allen 1848
7686 Sherwood, J. Ely California: her wealth and resources; with many interesting facts respecting the climate and people; the official and other correspondence of the day, relating to the gold region; Colonel Mason's report, and all that part of the president's message having reference to the country in which these vast discoveries have been made; also, a memorial offered in Congress, in relation to the proposed railroad to the Pacific Ocean 1848
7723 Simpson, George California: its history, population, climate, soil, productions, and harbors. From Sir George Simpson's "Overland journey round the world." An account of the revolution in California, and conquest of the country by the United States, 1846–7. By John T. Hughes. . . . 1848
7832 Smith, Elbert H Ma-ka-tai-me-she-kia-kiak; or, Black Hawk, and scenes in the West. A national poem: in six cantos. Embracing an account of the life and exploits of this celebrated chieftain . . . By a western tourist 1848
8086 Smith, Pascal B., defendant A law case, exhibiting the most extraordinary developments peculiar to modern times, arising from an implicit obedience to modern times, arising from an implicit obedience to the dictates of mesmeric clairvoyance, as related by a Mormon prophet. Also—the speeches of counsel in the case reported by Mr. Webster, the phonographic writer. By a member of the Cincinnati Bar 1848
8321 Spencer, Orson Character!! 1848
8321a Spencer, Orson Character!!! 1848
8323 Spencer, Orson The gospel witness 1848
8324 Spencer, Orson The gospel witness 1848
8326 Spencer, Orson Letters exhibiting the most prominent doctrines of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. By Orson Spencer, A.B., president of the Church of Jesus Christ of L.D.S., in Europe. In reply to the Rev. William Crowell, A.M., Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A. . . . 1848
8949 Thümmel, A. R Die Natur und das Leben in den Vereinigten Staaten von Nordamerika, in ihrer Licht- und Schattenseite nach den Schilderungen von Augenzeugen und den Briefen ausgewanderter Landsleute dargestellt. Dr. A. R. Hümmel 1848
9107a U.S. Commissioner of Indian Affairs Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, transmitted with the message of the President, at the opening of the first session of the Thirtieth Congress, 1847 . . . 1848 1848
9424 Van Deusen, Increase McGee The sublime and ridiculous blended; called, the endowment: as was acted, by upwards of twelve thousand, in secret, in the Nauvoo Temple, said to be revealed from God as a reward for building that splendid edifice, and the express object for which it was built 1848
7379 Roberts, E Twyll Mormoniaeth. Darlith a Draddodwyd Gan y Parch. E. Roberts, Gweinidog y bedyddwyr, Rumney 1848
7383 Roberts, Sidney Great distress and loss of the lives of American citizens. An appeal to the citizens of the United States, for and in behalf of suffering humanity, in the western state of Iowa, and in the Indian territory. By Sidney Roberts, of Iowa City, Iowa. December, 1848 1848
4570 Kelly, William A letter to the Christians in Guernsey, upon the pretensions of Mormonism 1848
4885 Lewis, Catherine Narrative of some of the proceedings of the Mormons; giving an account of their iniquities, with particulars concerning the training of the Indians by them, description of the mode of endowment, plurality of wives, &c., &c 1848
6457 Pratt, Orson Divine authority, or the question, was Joseph Smith sent of God? By Orson Pratt, one of the twelve apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1848
312 Barnes, Lorenzo Dow Very important references, to prove the religion and principles of the Latter Day Saints to be true 1848
534 Bishop, Francis Gladden A voice of warning and proclamation to all. Voree, Ricine County, Wisconsin Territory, North America, May 20th, 1848 1848
537 O bit o tauk between two berry chaps, obeawt th' Latter-day Saints un th' Christion Magozeen, exhibition th' church us it awt to be, un so on 1848
10010 A word for the true gospel; a tract for the latter days. By a clergyman 1848
947 Bryant, Edwin What I saw in California: being the journal of a tour, by the emigrant route and South pass of the Rocky Mountains, across the continent of North America, the great desert basin, and through California, in the years 1846, 1847. . . . 1848
7 Abert, James Williams Report of the secretary of war, communicating, in answer to a resolution of the Senate, a report and map of the examination of New Mexico, made by Lieutenant J. W. Abert, of the Topographical Corps 1848
1765a Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hymnal. English. 1848 A collection of sacred hymns, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in Europe. Selected by Brigham Young, Parley P. Pratt, and John Taylor. Seventh edition 1848
1765 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hymnal. English. 1848 A collection of sacred hymns, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in Europe. Selected by Brigham Young, Parley P. Pratt, and John Taylor. Sixth edition 1848
2424 Clayton, William The Latter-day Saints' emigrants' guide; being a table of distances, showing all the springs, creeks, rivers, hills, mountains, camping places, and all other notable places, from Council Bluffs, to the valley of the Great Salt Lake. Also, the latitudes, longitudes and altitudes of the prominent points on the route. Together with remarks on the nature of the land, timber, grass, &c. The whole route having been carefully measured by a roadometer, and the distance from point to point, in English miles, accurately shown 1848
3164 Emory, William Hemsley Notes of a military reconnaissance from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri to San Diego, in California, including part of the Arkansas, Del Norte, and Gila Rivers. By W. H. Emory, Brevet Major, Corps Topographical Engineers. Made in 1846–7, with the advanced guard of the "Army of the West." 1848
3165 Emory, William Hemsley Notes of a military reconnaissance from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri to San Diego, in California, including part of the Arkansas, Del Norte, and Gila Rivers. By Lieut. Col. W. H. Emory. Made in 1846–7, with the advanced guard of the "Army of the West" 1848
3406 Foster, George G The gold regions of California; being a succinct description of the geography, history, topography, and general features of California: including a carefully prepared account of the gold regions of that fortunate country. Prepared from official documents and other authentic sources. Edited by G. G. Foster 1848
3451 Frémont, John Charles Geographical memoir upon upper California, in illustration of his map of Oregon and California, by John Charles Frémont: addressed to the Senate of the United States 1848
3456 Frémont, John Charles Message of the U.S. communicating the proceedings of the court martial in the trial of Lieutenant Colonel Frémont, Apr. 7, 1848 1848
4891a Lewis, Evan Hanes chwech o benboethiaid crefyddol sef, Joseph Smith, Mahomet, Richard Brothers, Jemimah Wilson, Ann Lee, a Joanna Southcotte. Gan Evan Lewis 1849
5046a Lyell, Charles A second visit to the United States of North America. By Sir Charles Lyell, F.R.S. 1849
5589a Morrish, William John Saint y dyddiau diweddaf a Llyfr Mormon, yn cael eu dynoethi. Gan y parch W. J. Morrish, Ledbury. Cyfieithedig, trwy ganiatad yr awdwr, gan David Roberts 1849
7389a Robinson, Fayette California and its gold regions; with a geographical and topographical view of the country, its mineral and agricultural resources. Prepared from official and other documents; with a map of the U. States and California, showing the routes of the U.S. mail steam packets to California, also the various overland routes 1849
947a Bryant, Edwin What I saw in California: Its soil, climate, productions, and gold mines. With routes, and advice to intending emigrants . . . By Edwin Bryant, late alcalde of St. Francisco 1849
947b Bryant, Edwin What I saw in California: Its soil, climate, productions, and gold mines. With routes, and advice to intending emigrants . . . By Edwin Bryant, late alcalde of St. Francisco. Second edition; with a map 1849
947c Bryant, Edwin Voyage en Californie. Description de son soil, de son climat, de ses mines d'or par ed. Bryant dernier alcade [sic] De San Francisco traduit par X. Marmier augmenté de divers renseignements sur l'État actuel de la California et d'une note scientifique sur l'or et son exploitation avec une belle carte 1849
6449b Pratt, Orson Dear ________. I have chartered the large, new, and splendid ship "James Pennell" to sail with a load of Saints from Liverpool to New Orleans on the 1st day of September, 1849 1849
2826.5 De Witt, Abraham Correspondence between Rev. Abraham De Witt, pastor of Rock Church, Cecil Co., Md., and Miss Sarah Stageman, (one of his flock,) regarding the principles and faith of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter-day Saints. 1849
3108a Eckfeldt, Jacob Reese Supplement to the manual of coins and bullion. By Jacob R. Eckfeldt, and William E. Du Bois 1849
7625 Sexton, George A portraiture of Mormonism, or animadversions on the doctrines and pretensions of the Latter-day Saints; a review of the history and contents of the Book of Mormon; and a sketch of the career of Joseph Smith, and various other notorious fanatics and impostors; being lectures delivered by Dr. Geo. Sexton, honorary member of various scientific, medical, and literary societies, British and continental; etc. . . . 1849
7628 Seymour, E. Sanford Emigrant's guide to the gold mines, of Upper California, illustrated with a map. By E. Sandford [sic] Seymour 1849
7687 Sherwood, J. Ely The pocket guide to California; a sea and land route book, containing a description of the El Dorado; its geographical position; people, climate, soil, productions, agricultural resources, commercial advantages, and mineral wealth; with a chapter on gold formations; also the congressional map, and the various routes and distances to the gold regions. To which is added the gold-hunter's memorandum and pocket directory 1849
7778 Smith, Charles H The Mormonites: Their origin, history, & pretensions; being an exposure of the blasphemous doctrines of the Latter-day Saints; the deception and falsehood practised upon ignorant emigrants—specimens of their hymns of praise to Joseph Smith; and the ridiculous absurdities of the Book of Mormon; with a notice of their recent sufferings in America, through their own violence and folly 1849
8795 Taylder, T. W. P The materialism of the Mormons, or Latter Day Saints, examined and exposed 1849
8944 Thornton, Jessy Quinn Oregon and California in 1848: By J. Quinn Thornton, late Judge of the Supreme Court of Oregon, and corresponding member of the American Institute. With an appendix, including recent and authentic information of the subject of the gold mines of California, and other valuable matter of interest to the emigrant, etc 1849
9425 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the great Mormon conspiracy against the liberties of this country: being the celebrated "endowment," as it was acted by upwards of twelve thousand men and women in secret, in the Nauvoo Temple, in 1846, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen and Maria his wife, who were initiated into these dreadful mysteries 1849
9426 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the great Mormon conspiracy against the liberties of this country: being the celebrated "endowment," as it was acted by upwards of twelve thousand men and women in secret, in the Nauvoo Temple, in 1846, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen and Maria his wife, who were initiated into these dreadful mysteries 1849
9427 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the great Mormon conspiracy against the liberties of this country: being the celebrated "endowment," as it was acted by upwards of twelve thousand men and women in secret, in the Nauvoo Temple, in 1846, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen and Maria his wife, who were initiated into these dreadful mysteries 1849
9428 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the great Mormon conspiracy against the liberties of this country: being the celebrated "endowment," as it was acted by upwards of twelve thousand men and women in secret, in the Nauvoo Temple, in 1846, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen and Maria his wife, who were initiated into these dreadful mysteries 1849
9484 Vizetelly, Henry Four months among the gold-finders in Alta California: being the diary of an expedition from San Francisco to the gold districts. By J. Tyrwhitt Brooks, M.D. [pseud.] 1849
9540 Walpole, Frederick Four years in the Pacific, in Her Majesty's ship "Collingwood." From 1844 to 1848, by Lieut. the Hon. Fred. Walpole, R. N. . . . 1849
9864 Willard, Emma (Hart) Last leaves of American history: Comprising histories of the Mexican War and California 1849
9958 Wise, Henry Augustus Los gringos: or, an inside view of Mexico and California, with wanderings in Peru, Chile, and Polynesia. By Lieut. Wise, U.S.N 1849
7091 Revere, Joseph Warren A tour of duty in California; including a description of the gold region: and an account of the voyage around Cape Horn; with notices of lower California, the Gulf and Pacific coasts, and the principal events attending the conquest of the Californians. By Joseph Warren Revere, lieutenant U.S. Navy, lately in command of the military district of Sonoma. Edited by Joseph N. Balestier, of New York. With a map and plates from original designs 1849
7384 Roberts, Sidney To emigrants to the gold region. A treatise, showing the best way to California, with many serious objections to going by sea, doubling the Cape, or crossing the Isthmus, with the constitution and articles of agreement, of the Joint Stock Mutual Insurance Merchandizing Company . . . By Sidney Roberts of Iowa City, Iowa, traveling agent for the company 1849
7402 Roemer, Ferdinand Texas. Mit besonderer Rücksicht auf deutsche Auswanderung und die physischen Verhältnisse des Landes nach eigener Beobachtung geschildert von dr. Ferdinand Roemer. Mit einem naturwissenschaftlichen Anhange und einer topographisch geognostischen Karte von Texas 1849
4475 Jones, Dan Hanes ymfudiad y Saint i Galifornia, yn gynnwysedug mewn dau lythyt o New Orleans, America, un oddiwrth Capt. D. Jones, a'r llall oddiwrth Mr. Thos. Jeremy (gynt o Lanybydder), at olygydd "Udgorn Seion." 1849
5280b Marryat, Frederick The travels and adventures of Monsieur Violet, in California, Sonora and western Texas, by Captain Marryat 1849
6101 Parkman, Francis The California and Oregon Trail: being sketches of prairie and Rocky Mountain life . . . By Francis Parkman, Jr 1849
233 An authentic history of remarkable persons, who have attracted public attention, in various parts of the world; including a full exposure of the iniquities of the pretended Prophet Joe Smith, and of the seven degrees of the Mormon Temple; also an account of the frauds practised by Matthias the Prophet, and other religious imposters 1849
341 Bays, Joseph The "Blood of Christ," or the Mormon Baptist water 1849
600 Book of Mormon. English. 1849 The book of Mormon: an account written by the hand of Mormon, upon plates taken from the plates of Nephi . . . Translated by Joseph Smith, Jun. Second European edition 1849
1677 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. First Presidency Second general epistle of the presidency of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints from the Great Salt Lake Valley, to the saints scattered throughout the earth, greeting: beloved brethren:. . . . 1849
1766 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hymnal. English. 1849 A collection of sacred hymns, for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, in Europe. Selected by Brigham Young, Parley P. Pratt, and John Taylor. Eighth edition 1849
1871 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hymnal. Welsh. 1849 Casgliad o hymnau newyddion ynghyd ag odlau ysbrydol, at Wasanaeth Saint y dyddiau diweddaf. 1849
2364 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Strang) A collection of sacred hymns; adapted to the faith and views of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 1849
2582 Creuzbaur, Robert Route from the Gulf of Mexico, and the lower Mississippi Valley to California and the Pacific Ocean, illustrated by a general map and sectional maps; with directions to travelers. Compiled by R. Creuzbaur, 1849. . . . 1849
2784a Deseret (State) Constitution Constitution of the state of Deseret, with the journal of the convention which formed it, and the proceedings of the legislature consequent thereon 1849
2842 Disturnell, John The emigrant's guide to New Mexico, California, and Oregon; giving the different overland and sea routes. Compiled from reliable authorities with a map 1849
2865 Doctrine and Covenants. English. 1849 The Book of Doctrine & Covenants, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; selected from the revelations of God. By Joseph Smith, president. Second European edition 1849
2980 Y Doniau ysbrydol ym mrawdlys y gelyn; yn cynnwys sylwadau ar ysgrifau "sylwedydd o'r gogledd," yn seren gomer (l Hydref, 1848) hyd chwefror 1849, ynghylch y "Doniau ysbrydol." Gan olygydd "Udgorn Seion." 1849
3374 Flanigan, James Henry Mormonism triumphant! Truth vindicated, lies refuted, the devil mad, and priestcraft in danger!!! By J. H. Flanigan, elder in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Being a reply to Palmer's internal evidence against the Book of Mormon. . . . 1849
3452 Frémont, John Charles Geographical memoir upon upper California, in illustration of his map of Oregon and California, by John Charles Frémont: addressed to the Senate of the United States 1849
3453 Frémont, John Charles Geographical memoir upon upper California. By John Charles Frémont. Addressed to the Senate of the United States in 1848. To which are now added, extracts from Hakluyt's collection of voyages, La Peyrouse's voyage, Venega's history of California, Harris's collection of voyages, von Langdorff's travels, Alcedo's geographical and historical dictionary, Hastings's guide to Oregon and California, Farnham's life and adventures in California. The president's message to Congress, December 6, 1848, Col. Mason's report to the Secretary at [sic] War, Letter of the Rev. Walter Colton, August 29, 1848, Certificate of the Mint, Letter of Thomas O. Larkin, Late Consul at Monterey, Letter from Com. Jones of the Secretary of the Navy, Oct. 25, 1848, Editor of the Oregon Spectator—his account of Oregon. By William McCarty 1849
3457 Frémont, John Charles Notes of travel in California; comprising the prominent geographical, agricultural, geological and mineralogical features of the country; also, the route from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California, including parts of the Arkansas, Del Norte, and Gila Rivers. From the official reports of Col. Frémont and Maj. Emory 1849
4024 History of all the religious denominations in the U.S.: containing authentic accounts of the rise and progress, faith and practice, localities and statistics, of the different persuasions: Written expressly for the work, by fifty-three eminent authors, belonging to the respective denominations. Second improved and portrait edition 1849
4272a Iowa contested election case. Evidence taken in the Iowa contested election case, and referred to the Committee on Elections 1850
8122 Smith, Truman Speech of Mr. Smith, of Conn., on the bill "to admit California into the Union—to establish territorial governments for Utah and New Mexico, making proposals to Texas for the establishment of the western and northern boundaries." Delivered in the Senate of the United States, July 8, 1850 1850
9104b U.S. Circuit Court. Illinois Circuit Court of the United States of America District of Illinois vs.; the United States of America, to the Marshall of the District of Illinois; greeting 1850
8810a Taylor, John Aux amis de la vérité religieuse. Récit abrégé du commencement, des progrès, de l'établissement, des persécutions, de la foi et de la doctrine de l'Église de Jésus-Christ des Saints des Derniers Jours. Par John Taylor, elder, Venant de la ville du Grand Lac Salé, État de Déséret. Haute-Californie 1850
3331c Ferry, Hippolyte Description de la nouvelle Californie: geographique, politique et morale, contenant l'historique de la découverte de cette contrée. Un précis des événements politques qui s'y sont accomplis. Des renseignements détaillés sur sa topographie, son climat, ses productions minérales, végétales et animales. Des notions sur la minérologie, la métallurgie et la géologie. Le caractère, les moeurs, usages, coutumes de ses habitants. La description de ses baies, ports, billes, missions, villages. Des instructions nautiques sur ses ports. Le tarif des douanes en California. Des reseignements généraux concernant les routes qui conduisent en California, les lieux de passage, desription des Chagres, Panama, du cap Horn et de la Terre-de-Feu, etc 1850
8806b Taylor, Bayard Eldorado; or adventures in the path of empire: comprising a voyage to California, via Panama; life in San Francisco and Monterey; pictures of the gold region, and experiences of Mexican travel. With illustrations by the author 1850
947e Bryant, Edwin Californien, en skildring af landet, dess klimat och guldminor jemte råd för utvandrare om de fördelaktigaste sätten att nedsätta sig derstädes. Utarbetad i sammandrag efter de nyaste autentika källor. Med en karta och en planch 1850
947d Bryant, Edwin Voyage en Californie. Description de son soil, de son climat, de ses mines d'or par ed. Bryant, dernier alcade [sic] De San Francisco: traduit par X. Marmier 1850
2811f Deseret pic-nic. The company of Mr. ________ and ladies, is solicited to attend a party to be given at the new store room of Messrs. J. & E. Reese, on the evening of the 25th inst., at 6 o'clock, P.M. 1850
8321b Spencer, Orson Circular of the chancellor of the University of the state of Deseret 1850
8849 Taylor, John Three nights' public discussion between the Revds. C. W. Cleeve, James Robertson, and Philip Cater, and Elder John Taylor, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, at Boulogne-sur-Mer, France. Chairman, Rev. K. Groves, M.A., assisted by Charles Townley, LL.D., and Mr. Luddy. Also a reply to the Rev. K. Groves, M.A. & Charles Townley, LL.D. 1850
8849a Taylor, John Three nights' public discussion between the Revds. C. W. Cleeve, James Robertson, and Philip Cater, and Elder John Taylor, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, at Boulogne-sur-mer, France. Chairman, Rev. K. Groves, M.A., assisted by Charles Townley, LL.D., and Mr. Luddy. Also a reply to the Rev. K. Groves, M.A. & Charles Townley, LL.D 1850
9115 U.S. Congress. House. Committee on Elections Almon W. Babbitt, delegate from Deseret. April 4, 1850 . . . Mr. Strong, from the Committee of Elections, made the following report: The Committee of Elections, to whom were referred the credentials of Almon W. Babbitt, Esq., and his memorial praying to be admitted to a seat in the House of Representatives as a delegate from the provisional state of Deseret, respectfully submit the following report 1850
2722r Davis, John Silvanus Pregethu i'r ysbrydion yn ngharchar, a bedyddio dros y meirw 1850
9430a Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the wonderful ceremonies of the Mormon spiritual-wife system. Being the celebrated "endowment," as it was acted by upwards of twelve thousand men and women in secret, in the Nauvoo temple in 1846, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen and Maria his wife, who were initiated into these dreadful mysteries 1850
9429 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the great Mormon conspiracy against the liberties of this country: being the celebrated "endowment," as it was acted by upwards of twelve thousand men and women in secret, in the Nauvoo Temple, in 1846, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen and Maria his wife, who were initiated into these dreadful mysteries 1850
9430 Van Deusen, Increase McGee Startling disclosures of the wonderful ceremonies of the Mormon spiritual-wife system. Being the celebrated "endowment," as it was acted by upwards of twelve thousand men and women in secret, in the Nauvoo Temple in 1846, and said to have been revealed from God. By I. M'Gee Van Dusen and Maria his wife, who were initiated into these dreadful mysteries 1850
9902c Williams, Wellington Appleton's southern and western travellers' guide. With new and authentic maps, illustrating those divisions of the country; and containing sectional maps of the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers; with plans of cities, views, etc. . . . 1850
7282 Rigdon, Sidney Darlithiau ar ffydd, y rhai a draddodwyd yn wreiddiol o flaen dosparth o henuriaid, yn Kirtland, Ohio, yn America. Gan Joseph Smith. . . . 1850
3509 Garrand, Lewis Hector Wah-to-yah, and the Taos Trail, or, prairie travel and scalp dances, with a look at Los Rancheros from muleback and the Rocky Mountain camp-fire 1850
3638 Gorrie, Peter Douglass The churches and sects of the United States: containing a brief account of the origin, history, doctrines, church government, mode of worship, usages, and statistics of each religious denomination, so far as known 1850
4307 Jacob, Udney Hay An extract of grand selections from a manuscript entitled: The peace maker: by the great Mormon Prophet, J. Smith, wherein is contained all the secrets of Mormonism in relation to the vows of marriage, polygamy, spiritual wives, whoredom, adultery, fornication, rapes, concubinage, virginity, etc., etc. Doctrines, however strange, if true, need not be entwined with mystery; I detest—nay abhor—sly tuition which afterward requires public denunciation; if a principle be true in secret, it is equally so in public. By Paul Harrison, (late an elder in the Mormon Church, also president of Ireland and France) 1850
4523 Kane, Thomas Leiper The Mormons. A discourse delivered before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania; March 26, 1850 1850
4524 Kane, Thomas Leiper The Mormons. A discourse delivered before the Historical Society of Pennsylvania; March 26, 1850 1850
4610 Kilbourne, David Wells Strictures on Dr. I. Galland's pamphlet, entitled, "Villainy exposed," with some account of his transactions in lands of the Sac and Fox Reservation, etc., in Lee County, Iowa 1850
5513 Morgan, William Cyfarwyddiadau i'r ymfudwyr tua dinas y llyn halen, mewn llythyr oddiwrth Wm. Morgan, Kanesville, Iowa, at yr henuriaid W. Phillips, a J. Davis, Merthyr; yn yr hwn y cynnwysir Llythyr oddiwrth yr Apostolion Benson A. Smith, yngyd a Chapt. D. Jones 1850
5699 Mynster, J. P Grundlovens bestemmler med hensyn til de kirkelige forhold i Danmark, af Dr. J. P. Mynster 1850
6813 Rally to the polls! Freemen of Pottawatamie County!! Tuesday, September 24, 1850 1850
195 Archbold, Ann A book for the married and single, the grave and the gay: and especially designed for steamboat passengers. By Miss Ann Archbold, Woodsfield, Ohio 1850
590 Bonney, Edward The banditti of the prairies, or, the murderer's doom!! A tale of the Mississippi Valley 1850
1015 Burgess, J. M The Book of Mormon contradictory to common sense, reason and revelation; or, The Mormon hierarchy founded upon a fiction 1850
1054 Caccia, Antonio Europa ed America; scene della vita dal 1848 al 1850, del Dr. Antonio Caccia 1850
1085 California; its past history; its present position; its future prospects: containing a history of the country from its colonization by the Spaniards to the present time; a sketch of its geographical and physical features and a minute and authentic account of the discovery of the gold region, and the subsequent important proceedings. Including a history of the rise, progress, and present condition of the Mormon settlements. With an appendix, containing the official reports made to the government of the United States 1850
1086 California. Legislature. Assembly Journal of the proceedings of the House of Assembly of the state of California; at its first session begun and held at Puebla de San Jose, on the fifteenth day of December, 1949 1850
1087 California. Legislature. Senate Journal of the Senate of the state of California; at their first session begun and held at Puebla de San Jose, on the fifteenth day of December, 1849 1850
1940d Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Missions. British. London Conference Minutes of the London conferences, held at Aldenham Street & Theobald's Road, on the 22nd and 23rd of December, 1849, and the 1st and 2nd of June, 1850 1850
1951 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Missions. British. Sheffield Conference Report of the Sheffield Conference, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, held in the Hall of Science, Rockingham-St., Sheffield, November 24th, 1850 1850
2365 Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Strang) A collection of sacred hymns; adapted to the faith and views of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Second edition 1850
2422a Clay, Edmund A brief account of the life and character of Joseph Smith, the "Prophet" of Mormonism. Third thousand 1850
2417 Clay, Edmund The Book of Mormon: its history, and an analysis of its contents 1850
2420 Clay, Edmund The Book of Mormon proved to be a blasphemous and impudent forgery 1850
2461 Colton, Walter Three years in California, by Rev. Walter Colton, U.S.N. late alcalde of Monterey . . . 1850
2722k Davis, John Silvanus Ffordd y bywyd tragywyddol, a ddarlunie yn yr ysgrythyrau Santaidd 1850
2722w Davis, John Silvanus Sylwadau ar yr hyn sydd o ran, a'r hyn sydd berffaith 1850
2722y Davis, John Silvanus Traethawd ar wyrthiau yn darlunio pa beth ydynt, eu dyben, y pryd eu cyflawnir, a'u safonolrwydd i brofi dwyfoldeb crefydd 1850
2784 Deseret (State) Constitution Constitution of the state of Deseret, with the journal of the convention which formed it, and the proceedings of the legislature consequent thereon 1850
3108 Eckfeldt, Jacob Reese New varieties of gold and silver coins, counterfeit coins, and bullion; with mint values. By Jacob R. Eckfeldt, and William E. Du Bois, assayers of the mint of the United States 1850
3354 Findlay, Hugh The overthrow of infidel Mormonism: being a report of the Louth discussion, which took place in the Guild Hall, Louth, Lincolnshire, August 28, 29, 30 and September 2, 3, & 6, 1850; between Mr. Hugh Findlay, Mormon Elder, from Scotland; and Mr. John Theobald. . . . To which is added account of the discussion which took place at Spondon on the 26th of May, 1848, between Mr. Theobald and Mr. George Henry, Mormon delegate. . . . 1850
3466 Friendly warnings on the subject of Mormonism; addressed to his parishioners, by a country clergyman 1850
3985 Hickman, Edward B Mormonism sifted; or the question, was Joseph Smith sent by God? examined; being the substance of a lecture delivered in the Independent Chapel, Boxford, Friday evening, March 8th, 1850. Published by request 1850
8403.5 Stenhouse, Thomas Brown Holmes Public notice!. I beg to inform the public of Southampton that as my committee have entirely withdrawn from the field, the discussion, or course, must necessarily be discontinued, I therefore wish to set myself right with the public, and to state that Elder T.B.H. Stenhouse has acted a most honorable and gentlemanly part towards me during the whole of the proceedings; and the reason the discussion is so soon at an end is entirely owing to the withdrawal of the afore-mentioned gentlemen. . . . 1850
6452 Pratt, Orson Divine authenticity of the Book of Mormon. By Orson Pratt, one of the twelve apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1850 – 1851
2811d Deseret News Weekly 1850 – 1898
4498d Jones, William Egwyddorion Saint y Dyddiau Diweddaf yn cael eu pwyso yn nglorianau rhesymau ac ysgrythyrau, gan William Jones, Bethesda. . . . 1851
5303c Massey, Stephen L James's traveler's companion. Being a complete guide through the western states to the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific, via the Great Lakes, rivers, canals, etc. Giving full and accurate descriptions of all places on, and in the vicinity of, the western waters 1851
8345a Spicer, Tobias Autobiography of Rev. Tobias Spicer: containing incidents and observations; also some account of the visit to England 1851
9537b Wallace, Charles A confession of the awful and bloody transactions in the life of Charles Wallace, the fiend-like murderer of Miss Mary Rogers, the beautiful cigar-girl of Broadway, New York, whose fate has for several years past been wrapt in the most profound mystery: together with an authentic statement of the many burglaries and murders of Wallace, and the notorious and daring thief, Snelling: and an account of the murder and robbery of Mr. Parks, of Newport, Kentucky, also perpetrated by Wallace. . . . 1851
9353c Utah (Territory) Governor. 1850–1858 (Young) Proclamation by Brigham Young, governor of the territory of Utah 1851
4777b Latter-day Saints' meeting room, Warwickshire House Yard, Bull Street. The inhabitants of Oxford and its vicinity are respectfully informed that the above room will be opened for public worship, (d.v.), on Sunday, December 7, 1851; service at half past two and six o'clock on Sundays, and at seven p.m., on Wednesdays. In connexion with the above the following lectures will be delivered by Elder John Jaques . . . 1851
891a Brown, Adam Mercer The gold region, and scenes by the way: being the journal of a tour by the overland route and South Pass of the Rocky Mountains, across the Great Basin and through California 1851
2722p Davis, John Silvanus Llyfrau Saint y Dyddiau Diweddaf, ar werth gan J. Davis, argraffydd, Georgetown, Merthyr, a chan y Saint trwy Gymru 1851
7639 Shaw, William Golden dreams and waking realities; being the adventures of a gold seeker in California and the Pacific islands 1851
7754 Slater, Nelson Fruits of Mormonism, or a fair and candid statement of facts illustrative of Mormon principles, Mormon policy, and Mormon character, by more than forty eye-witnesses, compiled by N. Slater, A.M 1851
8160 Snow, Erastus One year in Scandinavia: results of the gospel in Denmark and Sweden—sketches and observations on the country and people—remarkable events—late persecutions and present aspect of affairs. By Erastus Snow, one of the twelve apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 1851