Mormon History, Oct 19, 1845, Sunday

[William Clayton Writings] ...they would ``eat and waste it fluently.'' They took penknifes and pencils from the desk and were ``unrestrained, and meanly impudent.'' ``These are the things that have caused me sorrow,'' he lamented, for even though the bishops generally treated him as well as anyone else, at this point he felt that they treated him ``more like a servant than a brother.''

[source: Fillerup, Robert C., compiler; William Clayton Nauvoo Diaries and Personal Writings, A chronological compilation of the personal writings of William Clayton while he was a resident of Nauvoo, Illinois.]

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