of July 7, 1834
<i>From Historian to Dissident: The Book of John Whitmer</i>, edited by Bruce N. Westergren (Salt Lake City: Signature Books, 1995 ).
Oliver to Lyman and
Warren Cowdery, Jan. 30, 1838 in Oliver Cowdery letterbook. Holograph. Huntington Library, San Marino, California.')" onmouseout="kill()" target="_blank" class="ref">Oliver's letterbook cited in "David Whitmer: Faithful Dissenter, Witness Apart," Ronald E. Romig in <i>Differing Visions: Dissenters in Mormon History</i> edited by Roger D. Launius and Linda Thatcher (Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1994), 23-44.')" onmouseout="kill()" target="_blank" class="ref">Faithful dissenter,
were impressed that the Same Person was under the bed & again they
were informed that it was So.
They Saw whare he had been & the next Morning Davids Mother Saw
the Person at the Shed and he took the Plates from A Box & Showed
them to her. She Said that they Were fastened with Rings thus D. He
turned the leaves over. This was a Sattisfaction to her.
It was ascertained that a great proportion of those whom we considered
good members were decidedly in favor of the new party.