Cincinnati, Hamilton County, Ohio

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  • Page 110

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

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    Ohio falls passed through three locks arived at Louisville at 6 P.M. Paid $2.50 cts passage aboard the Havana, KETON Capt The Havana run about 10 miles per hour distance of the day 100 m[iles] their was 12 steamers at anchor at Luisville Priest Turpin went aboard a bout for Cincinnati & Elder Smoot & myself left Luisville to visit his kinsman in Owington that he had not visited since he was five years of age We took the Fran kford turnpike rode walked 4 miles ...
    Dates:
    October 29, 1836 October 30, 1836 October 31, 1836 November 1, 1836 November 2, 1836 November 5, 1836
  • Page 112

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

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    November 17, 1836 ~ Thursday Nov 17th Went to Covington Crossed the Ohio River into Cincinnati visited the city & saw Conway & Webster who informed me that Brother Asahel H Woodruff had located himself in Terrehaute Indiania & traiding in Books in company with Robert Smith. I also saw the Dead & wounded carried from off the Steem Boat FLORA. 3 dead & 10 scalded by the bursting of her pipes Spent the night at ...
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    November 17, 1836 November 18, 1836 November 19, 1836 November 20, 1836 November 21, 1836 November 22, 1836 November 23, 1836 November 24, 1836
  • Page 267

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

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    Signs In the fall of 1840 in the city of Cincinnati Ohio ther appeared a larg Ball of fire over the city about the size of the moon apparently, at about 2 o'clock in the morning, [FIGURES] this ball of fire burnt sudd- enly causing a vary loud report, and the broken peaces flew in all directions like blazing meteors. The earth shook like an aspen & the [FIGURE] moon turned as black as ink. "Again soon after the repres entatives of our nation had assembled in ...
  • Page 81

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

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    at Elm street Between fifth & sixth st Elder Smith was quite sick through the night. I dreamed that Br Joseph was taken with another writ to be tried in Illinois Elder B Young also dreamed that we were called home the distance from the mouth of the Ohio to Cincinnati is 538 miles July 14, 1843 ~ Friday 14th We had an interview in the morning with Br Hedlock &
    Dates:
    July 14, 1843 July 15, 1843
  • Page 82

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

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    B. Young to Br Piews & spent the night July 16, 1843 ~ Sunday 16th Sunday we met at a privat house in the city with the Saints & I spoke to the peop- le & was followed By Elder B Young this is the first time that I ever attempted to preach in Cincinnati. At the close of the meeting Elder Young & myself went on to the ferry boat & crossed the River & took dinner with ...
    Dates:
    July 16, 1843 July 17, 1843
  • Page 83

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

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    within two miles of his house & wished us to go home with him & spend the night we did so, & found him in a valley a little like the valley of Peidmont their was three or four families with him that had come up with Elder Blakesley & all got out of money on the way & they had gone up in that valley near the licking river to cut wood to boat down to Cincinnati Market ...
    Dates:
    July 18, 1843 July 19, 1843
  • Page 84

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

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    why yet remains a secret. He did not ask us our names untill we left next morning distance 10 m July 20, 1843 ~ Thursday 20th We walked 2 miles to Br Jackson who was cradling wheat we went with him to his house he gave us a sovreign to assist us on our Journey we then walked back to the City of Cincinnati & we were weary with our Journey making 15 miles we had walked 14 mi July 21, 1843 ~ Friday ...
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    July 20, 1843 July 21, 1843 July 22, 1843 July 23, 1843 July 24, 1843 July 25, 1843 July 26, 1843
  • Page 85

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

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    July 27, 1843 ~ Thursday 27th As the water was so low we could not get up the river we stoped near Beaver passed through the town to Bridgewater here we took stage for Pittsburgh 28 miles on the way we stoped at Econemy the town founded by Mr Wrap it is esstablished sumthing upon the principles of Shakerism they raise much grain fruit & make wine from the pur juse of the grape. we ...
    Dates:
    July 27, 1843 July 28, 1843
  • Page 79

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

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    I called upon Mr Wm Philips No 54 Main street St Louis, & bought of him the following bill of paper for Taylor & Woodruff in co 4 Reams of printing paper 24x38 $5 $20.00 4 Reams of " paper 23x33 3.50 $14.00 $34.00 paid cash on the above paper $34.00 The following is the bill of paper & Ink bought by Milliken for Taylor & Woodruff of Mr Philips 4 Reams of Paper ...
    Dates:
    July 9, 1843
  • Page 80

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

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    It was quite a cold rainy morning, we passed the shot towers about 6 miles below the City on a steep Bluff we passed the rock tower at 6 oclock P M July 10, 1843 ~ Monday 10th We entered the mouth of the Bold Ohio about 2 oclok in the morning distance from St Louis to the mouth of the Ohio 180 miles we reached Padukah at 8 oclok & Smithland at 10 ...
    Dates:
    July 10, 1843 July 11, 1843 July 12, 1843 July 12, 1843