Cape Horn, Colony of Magallanes, Chile

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  • Page 165

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

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    November 21, 1845 ~ Friday 21st [FIGURES] I recieved 5 letters & wrote 6 I had a vary busy day in packing up Books, Stars, proclamations &c. I re^a^d A letter today from Br Brannan stateing that he had recieved council to take his press in Jenuary & ship for Callifornia around Cape Horn, so as to meet the brethren on the shores of the Pacific He informs us that the whole Church of the Saints will leave ...
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    November 21, 1845 November 22, 1845 November 23, 1845
  • Page 301

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

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    Twelve. Almon Babit one of the Temple Trustees was present with us wishing some council in regard to the affairs of Nauvoo. He and square Picket brought a large Number of exchange papers containing the news from various parts of the United States. We herd ait rumcured that Br R Hedlock had borrowed $7000 dollars on the credit of the church and fled to parts Unknown. many things were talked over during council. I attended to the funeral serveces 8thof Br Ashbel Dewey who ...
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    October 8, 1846 October 9, 1846 October 10, 1846
  • Page 211

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1847 – December 31, 1853)

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    A question Arose As to whether this people be not descendants of one the lost tribes of Israel. Col Hughes Avowed the purpose of his visit viz to make A Journey overland to the [blank]. He was refered to the "old man" who alone Could give a reply. He was sent for. In three days made his appearance. They are careful in answering questions in regard to their Country And are jealeous of All foreigners. They have never submitted to any foreign Government. Although they are within the bounds of the New Granadian Government they pay no tribute ...
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    May 20, 1849 May 21, 1849 May 22, 1849 May 23, 1849 May 24, 1849