Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland

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  • Page 90

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    is to contain the water to be forced into it from the Alleghaney River to water the city from this place we had a fair view of the City below & it truly sends forth its colums of smoke & blackness that arises from the cole fires that propels the numer ous engines as the main spring of all the founderies manufacturies & works of the valey of the city of Pittsburgh. We then desended the hill & visited the city water works or ...
    Dates:
    August 1, 1843 August 2, 1843
  • Page 91

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    August 3, 1843 ~ Thursday Aug 3rd We parted with the Saints in Pittsburgh & took stage for Baltimore their was six of us of the quorum of the Twelve viz B Young. H. C. Kimball. O. Pratt. J. E. Page W. Woodruff & G. A. Smith. We traveld about 25 miles along the River & over the mountains whare Rocks hung in mases almost over ...
    Dates:
    August 3, 1843 August 4, 1843 August 5, 1843
  • Page 229

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    others were present I read A letter sent to Br [blank] from the camp who it appears had also turned away He staited there was A shaking in Nauvoo that Page had gone with Strang that {John [Taylor]} was cut off &c I was weary at night & took some cold March 30, 1846 ~ Monday 30th I spent the day in Philadelphia paid fare on my baggage $5.88 took it with the rest of the company ...
    Dates:
    March 30, 1846 March 31, 1846
  • Page 231

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1845 – December 31, 1846)

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    distance from Baltimore to Pittsburgh 325 mile I walked through the Burnt district of Pittsburgh it looked dismal Father went with me we left Pittsburgh at 10 oclok on the clipper & rode through the day & night Father lost both our umbrella's & A silk Handker- chief out of the stage & to day He lost his best Hat over board & another Handkerchief in it April 4, 1846 ~ Saturday 4th We had A vary plesant day And A ...
    Dates:
    April 4, 1846 April 5, 1846 April 6, 1846
  • Page 285

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    Jan 3rd 1858 found by Brother Woodruff said when He struck him spued out of his mouth such poisonous matter that it filled the air with such a stench that he had to leave the ground. The subj[ec]t of the Death of P. P. Pratt came up E Rastus Snow said there is some men in this City that thirst for my Blood he felt this strongly in spirit as he was th about to start for meet- ing this feeling was so strongly uphon him that He did not ...
    Dates:
    January 4, 1858 January 5, 1858 January 6, 1858 January 7, 1858
  • Page 46

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

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    May 8, 1860 ~ Tuesday May 8th 1860 There was quite a Frost on the ground this morning the ground was still white with snow still it will water the Earth & do much good I spent the day in the office President Young called into the office to look at his History with his Brother Phineas. He said that he had got an account of his Family From his sister Fanny he thought he lodged it in the office but we could Find nothing ...
    Dates:
    May 8, 1860 May 9, 1860 May 10, 1860 May 11, 1860 May 12, 1860 May 13, 1860
  • Page 56

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

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    22 1860 Mill it will be ready to run in few weeks I spent a part of the afternoon in the office. June 23, 1860 ~ Saturday 23 I rode to Fort Harriman and spent the night 25 miles June 24, 1860 ~ Sunday 24 Sunday I preached at Fort Harriman and Blessed 2 children June 25, 1860 ~ Monday 25 I went up into the canyon with Wilford &
    Dates:
    June 23, 1860 June 24, 1860 June 25, 1860 June 26, 1860 June 27, 1860 June 28, 1860 June 29, 1860 June 30, 1860 July 1, 1860 July 2, 1860
  • Page 330

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1873 – February 7, 1880)

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    June 15 1878 As I looked down upon the people I continued Eastward through Omaha and Council Bluffs which were full of disease, and women every whare The States of Missouri and Illinois were in turmoil and strife, Men killing each other, and women joining in the fight, family against family cutting each other to peaieces in the most horrid manner. The next I saw was Washington, and I found the City a Desolation. The white ...
  • Page 4

    Part of Letter to Bathsheba W. Smith from George A. Smith, 2 August 1843

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    Br young Woodruff & Magen all had the the En◊◊en◊◊e [at?] Cincinnati and on the River hel◊n there Br Kimball & Pratt had it one Wee Each all Well Now I had the Same Coplaint one Wek they call it the Tyler Grife [Was?] vay Sick With it A few Day a◊ Cincinati bul on Well ◊ow [illegible] Love to your Mother and all Friend◊ I am in Tene Sh◊◊◊◊◊ and Bathsheba lny and Rech yours up too When ...
  • Page 4

    Part of Letter to Brigham Young and Council, 5 April 1849

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    of Salvation to a Nation & Generation over whose head I behold the drawn sword of an angry God suspended, which is about to fall And fill all Idomie with death,I feel to cry out Lord who is sufficient for these things, yet I feel thankful to my Heavenly Father that He has granted unto me a portion of his Holy spirit & Enabled me thus far on this journey & Mission to bear a true & faithful testimony to the rightous & wicked as far as I have had an opportunity, and to keep myself unspotted from ...