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|Title||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|
|Year of Publication||1844|
|Number of Pages||48|
|Publisher||Thomas Ward and John Cairns, 36 Chapel Street|
|Keywords||Aaronic Priesthood; Angel Moroni; Authority; Early Church History; Gold Plates; Hill Cumorah; Joseph Smith; Oliver Cowdery; Prophecy; Prophet; Revelation|
WE have frequently been solicited to publish, in pamphlet form, the following letters of OLIVER COWDERY, addressed to W. W. PHELPS. We at last avail ourselves of the opportunity to do so, being fully assured that they will be read with great interest by the Saints generally; while from the peculiar work on which they treat, together with the spirit of truthfulness in which they are written, not forgetting their style as compositions, we have no doubt but that many of the honest-hearted may, by their perusal, be led to a further examination of those principles, the origin of which is therein set forth.
It will be understood that Brother PHELPS wrote answers to these letters which generally contained some questions upon the subject treated of, accounting for the style in which they are written.
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