Pamphlets by Parley P. Pratt

  • A voice of warning and instruction to all people : containing a declaration of the faith and doctrine of the Church of the Latter-day Saints, commonly called Mormons. New York, 1838.
  • Mormonism unveiled : Zion’s watchman unmasked, and its editor, Mr. L.R. Sunderland, exposed : truth vindicated : the devil mad, and priestcraft in danger! New York, 1838.
  • The millennium and other poems : to which is annexed a treatise on the regeneration and eternal duration of matter. New York, 1840.
  • Late persecution of the Church of Jesus Christ, of Latter Day Saints : ten thousand American citizens robbed, plundered, and banished; others imprisoned, and others martyred for their religion : with a sketch of their rise, progress and doctrine. New York, 1840.
  • Farewell song. Sung at the general conference of the Latter-day Saints, in the city of New York, as six of their elders, viz. B. Young, H.C Kimball, O. Pratt, G.A. Smith, R. Hadlock, and P.P. Pratt were about to sail for Europe. 1840.

pg. 48

  • An epistle of Demetrius, Junior, the silversmith, to the workmen of like occupation, and all others whom it may concern: greeting: showing the best way to preserve our pure craft, & to put down the Latter Day Saints. Manchester, 1840.
  • Dialogue between a Latter-day Saint and an enquirer after truth. Manchester, 1842.
pg. 129
  • The true God and His worship contrasted with idolatry. Liverpool, 1842.
pg. 184
  • An appeal to the inhabitants of the State of New York : letter to Queen Victoria, the fountain of knowledge; immortality of the body, and intelligence and affection. Nauvoo, 1844.
  • Proclamation of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints : to all the kings of the world; to the president of the United States of America; to the governors of the several states; and to the rulers and people of all nations. New York, 1845
  • Proclamation! to the people of the coasts and islands of the Pacific, of every nation, kindred and tongue. Sydney, Australia, 1851.
  • Key to the science of theology : designed as an introduction to the first principles of spiritual philosophy; religion; law and government; as delivered by the ancients, and as resto?red in this age, for the final development of universal peace, truth, and knowledge. Liverpool, 1855.
  • Marriage and morals in Utah, an address by P.P. Pratt, one of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and Chaplain to the Council of the Utah Legislature. Read in joint session of the legislature, in the Representatives’ Hall, Fillmore City, Dec. 31, 1855. London, 1856.
  • The autobiography of Parley Parker Pratt, one of the Twelve Apostles of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, embracing his life, ministry and travels, with extracts, in prose and verse, from his miscellaneous writings. 1874.
  • Angel of the Prairies: Dream of the Future. Salt Lake City, 1880.

Return to histories of Parley P. Pratt