Berrill Covington

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  • Page 17

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

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    February 28, 1854 ~ Tuesday 28th [FIGURES] I received two letters from Ilus & wrote 2 letters to Ilus sent by maill $70 to him I also wrote a letter to J. M. Bernhisel. Mrs Woodruff wrote a long letter to her Father I spent most of the day in the Counsel House March 1, 1854 ~ Wednesday [FIGURE] March 1st 1854 This is my birth day I am 47 years old this day so my days, months ...
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    February 28, 1854 March 1, 1854 March 2, 1854 March 3, 1854 March 4, 1854 March 5, 1854 March 6, 1854 March 7, 1854
  • Page 30

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

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    May 4, 1873 Sunday President Brigham Young Preached in the forenoon to a large congregation of Saints & Gentiles one hour & 12 M[inutes] Afternoon C. C. Rich spoke 26 Minuts President Joseph [FIGURES] Young spoke 32 Minuts then President Brigham Young spoke 45 Minutes making about two hours that He spoke to day & there was some Twelve thousand People in the Tabernacle I received A Letter from My Brother Azmon & I wrote 4 letters to Sarah ...
  • Page 34

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

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    May 15, 1873 ~ Thursday May 15 1873 It has Now been raining 2 days & night I staid at the farm May 16, 1873 ~ Friday 16. [FIGURES] it is still raining I took 28 bushels of wheat to Mill I received a letter from Mrs Gravenston I returned to the City & took a load of wheat to Mill 6 M[iles] 16. I spent the day at home choreing May 17, 1873 ~ Saturday 17. I took cars at 6 oclok & went ...
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    May 15, 1873 May 16, 1873 May 17, 1873
  • Page 4

    Part of Letter to the Citizens of Washington County, 25 February 1860

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    2 and your manner of management, until you become master of the are of raising cotton by irrigation. Your attention to the culture of indigo, [malber], & tobacco is also respectfully recommended. Your success in the cultivation of the Sorghum sucre, or Chinese sugar cane, appears to be unrivalled in these mountains. We recommend the propriety of some of your well-informed brethren visiting the various settle- ments, and delivering public as well as private in- struction upon the subject, and [stiuing] the brethren up on the necessity for, and the best manner of, rais- ing ...