McIntire Minute Book
Tuesday the 12th at Mr. Davises —1st Subject Education By Mr —— he said a people whose minds were Culavated & Maners Refined By Education—that they had Great & precious Ejoyments that Ignorant had Not 2d Subject was vice By Mr stout  he said Murder theft & the Like came from indulgances in this principle—Joseph—said that some things were Eavils that did not come under the Head of vise; for instance one Nation would come against an other it would be an Eavil on the Nation was come aganst yet it would not be a vice for them to Repell  ———Virtue was 3d subject 4th subject the Gospel By Mr Badlum  he lectors on it till he Comes the Laying on the hands for the Holy Ghost—then Joseph—takes it up & ads the Resurection & Eternal Judgment  in the Eternal Judgment there is many things to know & to under stand in Gods Judging for instance Peter said David had not yet ascend to heaven & that he was a Murderer & that His soul was in Hell is plainly told By Peter in Acts 2d ch.  Petter shews plainer it in the 3d of acts that a murderer could Not be Redmed intill he would send Jesus Christ which before was preached unto you &.c —that is that faith Repentance & Baptizm would not save them untill the[y were] scourged in hell or paid the Last farthing. 
—12 January 1841
 This report of the Prophet's remarks at the Nauvoo Lyceum is here published for the first time.
 Amos Davis (1813-72). A prominent merchant and land owner in Nauvoo, Davis was baptized in 1840, but he did not migrate west with the Saints. He lived in Commerce, block 14, lot 3.
 Undoubtedly Hosea Stout (1810-89). He was baptized in 1838, and in January 1844 he was appointed chief of police in Nauvoo.
 Alma 48:10-25; D&C 98:13-48.
 Alexander Badlam (1808-94), an early convert to Mormonism, was a commissioned officer of the Illinois State Militia. He assisted in the election of the general officers of the Nauvoo Legion in 1841.
 See 27 June 1839, note 5.
 Acts 2:34.
 Acts 3:19-21.
 Matthew 5:26.