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A Treatise in regards to the Treasure and Most worthy Stone of the Philosophers. Or the tactic and strategy of this Divine artwork; With Observations Drawn from the Works of Arnoldus, Raymondus, Rhasis, Albertus, and Michael Scotus, First released through Janus Lacinius, the Calabrian, with a Copious Index. Epigrams of Pierius Roseus and Hippolytus Fantolius Delphicus; The Greeting of Janus Lacinius, the Calabrian Minorite Friar; Nuncupatory Discourse; shape and approach to Perfecting Base Metals, by means of Janus Lacinius; the hot Pearl of significant cost; The Epistle of Bonus; Extracts made by means of Lacinius from the Works of Arnoldus De Villa Nova; Epitome of the paintings of Raymondus Lullius; Extracts from the sunshine of lighting through Rhasis; Extracts from Albertus Magnus, S. Thomas, and different Sages; Curious research about the Nature of the solar and Moon, from Michael Scotus.

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S. march in military history. Some even doubled the length of their march by returning home. Newman Bulkley 39 MORMONS IN AMERICA walked back to Nebraska, covering more than five thousand miles in all, half the time with bare feet. When he got back, he had been gone for two years and three months and was dirty and ragged, without a shirt, wearing the same old coat he had left in. Others rejoined their families in the West. As it happened, the Mormon battalion did no fighting, but ironically it assisted in making Utah and California part of the United States.

Temporarily, they 22 ZION, 1831-37 found refuge across the river in Clay County. Frustrated and angered by the sufferings of the Missouri Saints, Joseph Smith began to develop Kirtland as a second gathering place. A temple had already been planned there in addition to the one in Independence, and work began on it in 1833. The idea for a temple was broached when the Mormons outgrew their first log meetinghouse and required larger quarters. The other denominations in town had been satisfied to put up small churches a few years after starting out, but Smith was not interested in small church buildings.

The five hundred enlisted men traveled west at army expense, with their wages helping the rest of the group and at the same time demonstrating Mormon loyalty to the United States. Although it provided income, the Mormon battalion drained the Saints of manpower at a crucial moment. A total of 490 men and 12 boys marched away, accompanied by 20 women, who cooked and washed for the troops. Many never saw their families again. S. march in military history. Some even doubled the length of their march by returning home.

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