Charlestown, Suffolk County, Massachusetts

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  • Page 32

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1838 – December 31, 1839)

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    with father Alley, sister Alley was rather low in her mind but I endeavoured to comfortr her in the gospel. We took a farewell of them & walked to Chelsea from thence to Charleston we here visited the Bunkerhill Monument & walked upon the entrenchment that was flung up by our brave fathers during the night before that memorable battle that was fought upon Bunker Hill but the roar of cannon & clash of arms had long since ceased & the green turf was now trod in safety ...
  • Page 143

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    September 21, 1843 ~ Thursday 21st [FIGURE] I finished my letter to Phebe & sent in it a copy of My Phrenological character & chart I sent one subscriber for the Times & Seasons & mailed it I had an interview with Elder E. G. Terrill I walked out in the evening returned home & spent the night September 22, 1843 ~ Friday 22nd [FIGURE] I wrote two Letters one to Mr Ann &
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    September 21, 1843 September 22, 1843
  • Page 144

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1843 – December 31, 1844)

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    I then visited Bunker Hill monument which is one of the most splendid colums in the world I enter the tub & was drawn up by steem 220 feet whare I had a view of All Boston Charleston, Cambridge, Chelsea &c I was carried down by steem the same as I went up I Bought a Book & paid 37 1/2 ct & 20 for going up. I went on to the embankment & aat ...
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    September 23, 1843
  • Page 58

    Part of Leaves From My Journal

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    46 LEAVES FROM MY JOURNAL. CHAPTER XV. RETURN TO SCARBORO—JOURNEY SOUTH—VISIT TO A. P. ROCKWOOD IN PRISON—INCIDENT OF PRISON LIFE— JOURNEY TO CONNECTICUT—BAPTIZE MY FATHER'S HOUSEHOLD. ON the 28th of April we left the island in an open sail-boat and made our way to Owl's Head, and then walked twenty miles. The following day we walked forty miles and suffered some with weary limbs and blistered feet, but we felt that it was for the gospel's sake and did not choose to com- plain. The next ...
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    April 28, 1838 May 8, 1838 May 11, 1838
  • Page 232

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

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    an unsettelled state And within a few days past the French Minister at washington has been dismissed & his Passports offered him & He is invited to return home. Also High words have passed between the American & British Ministers And what the result of these things will be time must determine. But one thing is certain. Wars & dreadful Judgments Await the Nations of the Earth. The destroying Angel in the form of the Cholera has slain its tens of thousands during the past seasons both in Europe & America ...
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    September 20, 1849 September 24, 1849 September 25, 1849 September 26, 1849 September 27, 1849 September 28, 1849 September 30, 1849 October 1, 1849