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  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 25 October 1840

    Excerpt:
    Montrose Lee County Iowa Terr. Oct. 25th 1840 My Dearest Willford I have just sent a full sheet to the office for you and think I will begin another now and keep a kind of a journal or sketch of times and things with me untill I hear from you again. Today we have had a good meet ing at father Clark’s where I live and just as meeting closed brother Smoot rode up to the door this is the first time. I have seen ...
    Dates:
    October 25, 1840
  • Page 172

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

    Excerpt:
    Dec 31, 1861 This is the last day of 1861 which has past and gone and borne its report to heaven of the deeds of all Nations and men. This year has brought to pass much of the fulfillment of the predictions of the Ancient and Modern `Prophets of God. See this Journal DecJan 1st 1861 I there declaired as a Prophetic Historian that this year would be the most distressing year America Ever sayw since they were an independant Nation time has proven it so Five States viz
  • Page 112

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

    Excerpt:
    January 7, 1861 ~ Monday Jan 7 1861 I spent the forenoon in the office Journalizing and the afternoon in the Legislature. I called to see President Wells He was No better appeared to have the Quinsey I spent the Evening at home writing Letters [FIGURE] I wrote 2 Letters one to Ozem Thompson, one to Ann Cossetts The poney Express came in the evening brought a Letter From capt Hooper to President Young up to Dec 25th ...
    Dates:
    January 7, 1861 January 8, 1861 January 9, 1861 January 10, 1861 January 11, 1861 January 12, 1861 January 13, 1861
  • Page 113

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

    Excerpt:
    13 1861 President Young spoke of one Baily who cursed Joseph Smith & the God that called him to be a prophet & the man was taken crazy on the Ground was taken home & died insane. He said Dr Henry Ward Beecher would not preach as he did if he did not read Mormon Books. January 14, 1861 ~ Monday 14. I spent the afternoon in the Legislator and evening at home January 15, 1861 ~ Tuesday 15 ...
    Dates:
    January 14, 1861 January 15, 1861 January 16, 1861 January 17, 1861 January 18, 1861 January 19, 1861 January 20, 1861 January 21, 1861 January 22, 1861 January 23, 1861 January 24, 1861
  • Page 95

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1860 – October 22, 1865)

    Excerpt:
    November 18, 1860 ~ Sunday 18th Nov 1860 Sunday I met with my Quorum in the morning. Br John M. Mody prayed Jonathan Pugmyre was mouth. I attended meeting at the Tabernacle J. L. Hey- wood & E. D. Woolley Preached in the afternoon Capt Walter M. Gibson & spoke followed by President Brigham Young. Brother Gibson said that He was about to take another mission was going to
    Dates:
    November 18, 1860 November 19, 1860 November 20, 1860 November 21, 1860 November 22, 1860 November 23, 1860 November 24, 1860
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from Adam Wilcox, 3 April 1882

    Excerpt:
    St Charles Bear Lake Co Idaho April 3rd 1882 Apostle Woodruff Dear Brother by request of President John Morgan I write you a few lines to let you know of my safe arrival at home Being called at the Oct conference of 1880 to fill a mission in the Southern States I felt to comply. and in so doing I know that God has blessed me. I was gone from home 18 months I started from home on the 8th of Oct 1880—and arrived at home April 28th 1881 While ...
    Dates:
    April 3, 1882
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from George C. Parkinson, 23 January 1889

    Excerpt:
    Franklin Idaho. Jan. 23, /89. Prest. W. Woodruff. Salt Lake City Dear Bro: -- Elder E. R. Lawrence, of Preston, (this stake) is very desirous of making a visit to Alabama, this winter, with a view to ob- taining some information concerning his relatives, and in a general way, visit his people and do all the good he can among them and wishes to carry with him the appoint- ment of a Traveling Elder, so that he may feel free to ...
    Dates:
    January 23, 1889
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter from Jedediah Morgan Grant, 13 July 1845

    Excerpt:
    The accounts received from Alabama Georgia Mississippi Louisiana, and Tennisee, goes to show that the South keeps not back. The news from Cannada, proves that the North is giving ^up^ also as the Prophet Said, The Le^a^ven is working in all North America. The Bread will soon be ready to, bake, The Wood has cought fire, and ^the^ Oven is heating fast. Nauvoo the City of Joseph, last but not lest, is rising in the magasty ...
  • Page 6

    Part of Letter from C.W. Fischer, 7 December 1894

    Excerpt:
    of the Supervising Medical Examiner, who has full authority to refuse an application, or to re- duce the amount as he shall deem right. Beneficiary members are required to pay into the Relief Fund an amount, graded according to age, as follows: TABLE OF RATES. AT THE AGES OF ON $500. ON $1,000. ON $2,000. ON $3,000. 18 and 25, incl., $0.35 $0.70 $1.40 $2.10 26 and 30, incl., .40 .80 1.60 2.40 31 and 35, incl. ...
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter from E. M. Lee, 24 November 1889

    Excerpt:
    Oakley, Idaho 24th Nov 1889 Wilford Woodruff Pres of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Dear Brother I am in Receipt of ^a^ Notice Addressed to Elder Jacob Daley of Oakley to be prepared to Start on a Mission to the northern States 15th January [18]90 will Say in reply that Elder Daley left S. L. City the 6th inst for the Southern States mission and is now Laboring in Alabama. your notice Bears the Date of 20th Nov ...
    Dates:
    November 24, 1889