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  • Page 129

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

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    January 3, 1842 ~ Monday Jan 3rd I spent the day drawing wood for Albert Smith from the Island across the Missisippi river on the Ice January 4, 1842 ~ Tuesday 4th I drew wood from the Island for myself. One man while crossing the river broke through the Ice & lost his whole esstablishment under the Ice ie horses harness & slay January 5, 1842 ~ Wednesday 5th I spent the day drawing wood for ...
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    January 3, 1842 January 4, 1842 January 5, 1842 January 6, 1842 January 7, 1842 January 8, 1842 January 9, 1842 January 10, 1842
  • Page 130

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

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    Lots No [blank] in Block [blank] January 11, 1842 ~ Tuesday 11th I walked across the Missisippi river on the Ice to Father Clarks & spent the night 12 mile I dreamed Br Azmon was in prison with his head off January 12, 1842 ~ Wednesday 12th I led my cow home from Br Clarks to Nauvoo. 12 m January 13, 1842 ~ Thursday 13th I took my note up of $20 dollars which ...
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    January 11, 1842 January 12, 1842 January 13, 1842 January 14, 1842 January 15, 1842 January 16, 1842 January 17, 1842 January 18, 1842 January 19, 1842 January 20, 1842 January 21, 1842 January 22, 1842
  • Page 133

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

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    February 7, 1842 ~ Monday to February 11, 1842 ~ Friday Feb 7, 8, & 9 ^10 & 11^ I spent in the printing office & was busy in setting in order many things about the office February 12, 1842 ~ Saturday 12th I attended the City Council it was an interesting day the subject of our rights was discused & among other things a Law passed regulating hawkers pedlers auctioneers &c February 13, 1842 ~ Sunday 13th I preached on Sunday at Br ...
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    February 7, 1842 February 11, 1842 February 12, 1842 February 13, 1842 February 14, 1842 February 16, 1842 February 17, 1842 February 18, 1842 February 19, 1842
  • Page 139

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

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    March 20, 1842 ~ Sunday March 20th Sunday. Sermon of Joseph the Seer A large assembly of Saints gather together at an early hour to hear a discours deliverd upon the subject of Baptism by Joseph the Seer, but as a young child was dead & his corpes presented in the assembly it called forth many remarks from The speaker upon death & the resurrection which were in the highest degree interesting [ink color change] & his remarks upon Baptism was truly glorious to the believer in ...
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    March 20, 1842
  • Page 140

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

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    takes its flight for the realities of the eternal world are resting upon him in mighty power & when evry earthly support & prop fails him, he then sensibly feels the eternal truths of the imm- ortality of the Soul. *Also the doctrin of Baptizi- ng children or sprinkling them or they must welter in Hell is a doctrin not true not supported in Holy writ & is not consistant with the character of God. The moment that children leave this world they are taken to the bosom of Abraham. The ownly ...
  • Page 242

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1840 – December 31, 1840)

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    our testimony & desires to be Baptized with all her heart. She conversed much about her fathers family & friends in America we spoke of our wives & children which we had been long seperated from. On our returne home we called upon Br Corner who we found unwell, with a bad cold, we also saw a female who had just been run over by an Omnibus who was badly wounded. distance of the day 8 we read in the London times an interesting account from the German Jews ...
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    December 27, 1840 December 28, 1840
  • Page 243

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1840 – December 31, 1840)

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    & Publications J. S. Buckingham. I know of no man that has traveled more extensively, am ong all natiouns in the nineteenth centaury than Mr Buckingham his travels in Asia & esspecially in India have been Published through the United States & been read with much interest, & Mr Buckingham had just returned to London from a tour through the United States whare he had spent two years in visiting nearly evry city & town from Bangor to New orleans ...
  • Page 244

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1840 – December 31, 1840)

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    darkened by removing the lights & a show was Presented in the form of a Magic lantern presented a man in evry stage of drunkenness, & a score of other things rivers, ships, cities, Lions Leopords, Bonapart Victoria, & many other things, & we retired quite satisfyed with our evenings entertainmen[t] 8 miles December 29, 1840 ~ Tuesday 29th Elder Kimball went to take a sitting for his portrait I staid at home & wrote I sent G. A. Smith a letter a paper ...
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    December 29, 1840 December 30, 1840 December 31, 1840
  • Page 245

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1840 – December 31, 1840)

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    CLOSE OF THE YEAR The first Day of 1840 found me in company with Elders J. Taylor & T. Thurley on board of the Packet Ship Oxford on the Atlantic in Long 42,40 And the Last Day in Company with Elder Kimball in No 40 Ironmonger Row Saint Lukes London, the great Metropolis of Britian & the world. This has been an important year to myself, to all the saints & to the world at Large in many respects ...
  • Page 9

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

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    March 1st 1801 My parents both father and mother were born and bred in the town of Farmington Connecticut. My father Aphek Woodruff was the Son of Eldad Woodruff. My mother Bulah Thompson was the daughter of Lot Thompson all of the town of Farmington C.t. I was born in the north part of the town of Farmington which is now called Avon March 1st 1807. From the age of 14 to 23 my ...
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    March 1, 1801 March 1, 1807