Bath, Somerset, England

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  • Page 35

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    February 24, 1841 ~ Wednesday Feb 24th I felt able to walks into the city I purchased a Thermometer, 4/6 A Pocket compass 3/6 2 Brass Boxes 1/5 one doz steel pens & cases 1/ I packed them into a parsel, with 100 add resses to the citizens of London. 6 Hymn Books all my corresponding letters & papers, & sent them to 149 Oldham Road Manchester in care of P P Pratt. I Also sent Elder Brigham ...
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    February 24, 1841 February 25, 1841 February 26, 1841 February 27, 1841
  • Page 81

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

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    being run against May 13, 1845 ~ Tuesday 13 [FIGURE] I returned to Liverpool on the railroad & recieved 3 letters one from J. D. Ross one from Dan Jones & one from Br Sheets. I also recieved one paper from Nauvoo. I returned to my family & found them well was glad to get home again May 14, 1845 ~ Wednesday 14th [FIGURE] I recieved 2 letter one from
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    May 13, 1845 May 14, 1845 May 15, 1845
  • Page 204

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

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    February 16, 1846 ~ Monday 16th The wind has changed to the South East so we have A fair wind again we run about 8 nots an hour on our course we are now about 800 miles from New York it is not quite as cold to day as yesterday as we are getting further South Elder J. A. Stratton Rehearsed Nto us A vary singular circumstan that fell under his obser- vation which was truly A singular pheno namen on the 22nd day ...
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    February 16, 1846
  • Page 205

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

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    find a doubt with any one in the Neighborhood of the correctness of this statement. He pressed her hand several times & recieved A light pressure in return the family had tried to keep it from being know abroad as much as possible her fingers nails have come off 3 times during the eight years but are at the present time are perfect many of the first Physicians in Bath have visited her some have spent three or four days at a time with her they ...
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Willard Richards, 3 February 1840

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    has injured him & given us friends. We have held regular meetings on the Sabbath in Bath Burslem, & Hanely. We now have meetings in Burslem & Hanly, Stoke, Newcastle, Lane End, & a number of other places, round about I have been informed that the Rector in New Castle is preaching against us quite a number of Methodist teachers attend our meetings & freequently oppose but they go away confounded while it begets us friends. We have ...