| Response | Joseph Smith | 1826 Trial |

Messenger & Advocate
October, 1835
Oliver Cowdery

On the private character of our brother I need add nothing further, at present, previous to his obtaining the records of the Nephites, only that while in that country, some very officious person complained of him as a disorderly person, and brought him before the authorities of the county; but there being no cause of action he was honorably acquited.
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