Book of Isaiah

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  • Page 115

    Part of Journal (December 29, 1833 – January 3, 1838)

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    November 26, 1836 ~ Saturday Nov 26th I visited President & Doct Cowdery at the Printing office & made a general settlement with them for the M[essenger] & Advocate for the subscribers of the South I gave 9 new subscribers to them & Paid them $41.50 for the M & Advocate which setteled all matters between us. I receieved some counsel from Presidents Smith & Rigdon to Elder Parrishe's house & spent the day in writing November 27, 1836 ~ ...
    Dates:
    November 26, 1836 November 27, 1836
  • Page 2

    Part of Autobiography 1858 Deseret News

    Excerpt:
    THE DESERET NEWS. TRUTH AND LIBERTY. No. 19. FILLMORE CITY, WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1858. VOL VIII. [Column 1] HISTORY OF WILFORD WOODRUFF. (FROM HIS OWN PEN.) -[CONTINUED.]- March 2—We cut down a large cotton wood tree, and in two days dug out a canoe four feet wide and twelve long, put on a pair of oars and then rowed down the Arkansas river, 125 miles to Little Rock, begging our food by the way, a meal at ...
    Dates:
    March 2, 1835 March 24, 1835 March 27, 1835 April 4, 1835 June 23, 1835 June 28, 1835 July 23, 1835 November 15, 1835 February 26, 1836 May 27, 1836 May 28, 1836 May 31, 1836 June 19, 1836 June 29, 1836 July 14, 1836 July 30, 1836 July 31, 1836 August 11, 1836 August 29, 1836 September 2, 1836 September 19, 1836 September 20, 1836 October 20, 1836 October 28, 1836 November 17, 1836 November 25, 1836 November 29, 1836 December 20, 1836 January 3, 1837 January 25, 1837 January 29, 1837 January 30, 1837 February 19, 1837 March 23, 1837 April 4, 1837 April 6, 1837
  • Page 16

    Part of Autobiography 1865 Millennial Star

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    (Continued from page 248.) HISTORY OF WILFORD WOODRUFF. -[FROM HIS OWN PEN.]- Oct. 20—In company with A. O. Smoot and Jesse Turpin, I started for Kirtland; this was the first time I had ever travelled on a steamboat. We left the steamer at Louisville, on the 28th, and spent nineteen days visiting Elder Smoot's relations, and preaching among the people; we visi- ted the Big Bone Lick. We arrived in
    Dates:
    October 20, 1836 October 28, 1836 November 17, 1836 November 25, 1836 November 29, 1836 December 20, 1836 January 3, 1837 January 25, 1837
  • Page 18

    Part of Autobiography 1857-1858 Draft 1

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    I gathered this small camp together in Brother Albert Petty tent and we appointed Elder ^Benjamin^ Boydston as their leaded to Colwell County Mo. I then addressed ^taught them^ upon the subject of their journey the importance of their being united, following the council of their leader, remembering their prayers night & morning, before the Lord. I was followed by Elders Boydston Clapp & Cathcart and the rain poured down in torents during the whole time untill we were thoroughly wet ...
    Dates:
    September 20, 1836 October 25, 1836 October 28, 1836 November 17, 1836 November 25, 1836 November 29, 1836
  • Page 49

    Part of Autobiography Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine 1883-84

    Excerpt:
    AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF WILFORD WOODRUFF. [Column 1] time in London before my return to Nauvoo. Next day I parted from Lor- enzo Snow and the London Saints and took train for Bristol, to visit the branch which had been raised up there by my convert Elder Thomas Kington, who it will be remembered was the superin- tendent of the Frome's Hill Circuit of United Brethren. Leaving Bristol I visited the churches which I had ...
    Dates:
    March 8, 1841
  • Page 1

    Part of Discourse 1872-04-06

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    DISCOURSE by Elder WILFORD WOODRUFF, delivered in the New Tabernacle Salt Lake City, April, 6, 1872. Reported by D. W. Evans. Through the mercy and loving kindness of our Father in the heavens we are again permitted to meet in a general conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Forty-two years ago this day this church was organized with six members, by a prophet of the living God, raised up in these last days by the administration of angels from God, and ordained unto all ...