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May 14, 1838

Journal Entry

May 14, 1838 ~ Monday

May 14th We left the city of Boston & walked to Cambridge passed through Brighton, Newton, Needham & Framingham
from thence to Deacon John Haven's in the edge of Holliston & spent the night beneath his roof in company with
several of the Saints. Sister Rockwood was present we found her enjoying her mind & appeared reconciled
to the will of God while her husband was in prison. When we arived at Deacon Haven's I had the privilege of
reading P. P. Pratt's Pamphlet in answer to Mr LaRowy Sunderland pieces in the Zions Watchman against the Book
of Mormon
& Parley's voice of warning I never was more edefied in reading a pamphlet than on this occasion he
does justice in exposing the lies of Mr Sunderland & also utters an important prophecy upon the head of Mr
Sunderland & also against the paper styled Zions Watchman distance of the day 30 miles

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Rockwood, Albert Perry
9 Jun 1805 - 26 Nov 1879
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Pratt, Parley Parker
12 Apr 1807 - 13 May 1857
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Autobiography 1857 Draft 2

I left Boston and walked some 30 miles to Holliston, staid at Deacon Hoveys^aven's^ and preached; I walked to Providence, R.I., from thence took steamer to New York and arrived on the 18th, met with and attended meetings with bro.

Autobiography 1857 Draft 1

me speak though at a late hour, I spoke to them a short time. On the I left Boston and walked some 30 miles to Hollistown to Deacon Havens and preached, I walked to

Daybook (9 May - 9 July 1838)

14th We left the city of Boston & walked to Cambridge, passed through Brighton, Newton, Needham, & Framingham, from there to Deacon John Haven's in the edge of Holliston & spent the night beneath his roof in company with several of the Saints. Sister Rockwood was present we found her enjoying her [mind] & appeared reconciled to the will of God notwithstanding her husband was in prison. I unfortunate[ly] lost the roll that Brother Rockwood sent to his wife but trust it will be obtained. We spent a few moments in visiting the paper mill in Newton & surely man has sought out many inventions. when we arived at Dea[con] Haven I had the happy privilege of perusing Elder P P Pratt's pamphlet in answer to Mr LaRoy Sunderland's peaces in the Zion's watchman against the Book of Mormon & Parley's voice of warning & other peaces. I never was more edefyed in reading a pamphlet he does justice in exposing the lies of Mr Sunderland & also gives an important prophecy distance 30 miles

Autobiography 1883 Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine Notes 1

Church there most of whom were sisters. We left on the and travelled to Deacon John Haven's on the edge of Holliston. Here we found sister Rockwood. I had the privilege of reading Parley's reply to Mr Sunderland's articles in the Zion's Watchman. We journeyed this day 30 miles.

Autobiography 1865 Millennial Star

—I left Boston, and walked some thirty miles to Holliston; staid at Deacon Haven's, and preached. I walked to Providence, R. I., from thence took steamer to New York, and

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May 14, 1838