E. T. City, Tooele County, Utah Territory

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  • Page 135

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    were good south. He came into the office & all the presidency sat for an hour together & herd History read July 16, 1856 ~ Wednesday 16th President B Young bought 33 Head of stray Cattle at auction paid $700 at $221.21 cts each I spent most of the day at the office. He called into the office & heard History read for about 2 Hours July 17, 1856 ~ Thursday 17th In company with Professor Carrington Elders
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    July 16, 1856 July 17, 1856 July 18, 1856 July 19, 1856 July 20, 1856 July 21, 1856
  • Page 88

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    November 9, 1855 ~ Friday 9th In company with H. S. Eldridge Joseph Young & Henry Harriman I rode to Toeele & spent the night at E. T. at Brother Moss. Brother Thomas Grover stoped with me distance 25 mls November 10, 1855 ~ Saturday 10th Saturday we rode to Tooele City to attend the Quarte- rly conference the people Assembled at 11 oclok meeting opened by singing & Prayer ...
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    November 9, 1855 November 10, 1855 November 11, 1855
  • Page 61

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    running horses & the officers had the cost to pay March 23, 1855 ~ Friday 23rd I spent the day ploughing & attended Grammar school in the evening March 24, 1855 ~ Saturday 24th I sowed 2 Acres of Oats to day & attended the Universal scientific society in the evening we had a full house & an interesting address from David Cantling upon the history of the Russians the Russian war & its results upon the war upon the world March 25, 1855 ~ Sunday ...
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    March 23, 1855 March 24, 1855 March 25, 1855 March 26, 1855 March 30, 1855 March 31, 1855 April 1, 1855 April 2, 1855 April 3, 1855 April 5, 1855 April 6, 1855 April 7, 1855 April 8, 1855 April 9, 1855 April 13, 1855
  • Page 64

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    Answer I have no doubt but ^it^ is his privilege but whether that He will do it is a question in my mind. How then can his seed increase to all Eternity, through the increase of his posterity. many other remarks were made by the President May 7, 1855 ~ Monday Monday 7th I bought 50 bushels of wheat at $100 & 900 lbs flour for $54. I then rode to Toillee & took one yoke of red oxen & one pair of Horses & ...
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    May 7, 1855 May 8, 1855 May 9, 1855 May 10, 1855 May 11, 1855 May 12, 1855
  • Page 70

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    closed. Arrowpene the chief that was appointed in Walker plase arose asked the privilege to speak President Young introduced him to the people He gave a short but spirited address which was interpeted by Brother Huntington the purport of his Address was exhorting the people to give heed to the council of President Young if they would do this & keep the spirit of the Lord they would not be sick & die as the wicked do but would be healthy & the Lord is ...
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    May 28, 1855 May 29, 1855 May 30, 1855 May 31, 1855 June 1, 1855 June 2, 1855 June 3, 1855 June 4, 1855 June 5, 1855 June 6, 1855 June 9, 1855 June 10, 1855
  • Page 35

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    July 13th 1866 ~ Friday July 13, 1866 I left G. S. L. City with A. H. Raleigh to Travel with Presidents Young & Kimball & co. to Grantsville to dedicate a New meet- ing house we drove to E. T. City we there partook of a good public dinner then Held a meeting G. Q. Cannon spoke 15 m[inutes]. President Young 13 Minutes & President H C Kimball 24 minutes we then rode ...
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    July 13, 1866 July 14, 1866 July 15, 1866 July 16, 1866 July 17, 1866
  • Page 91

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    August 15, 1867 ~ Thursday Aug 15th 1867 I spent the day at home August 16, 1867 ~ Friday 16. Friday President Young & company left G S L City 30 minutes to 8 oclok to go to Toella to hold a 2 days meeting they drove to E. T. & dined G. A. Smith & myself started in a carriage drove By Charles F Williams who took the wrong road, went 7 miles ...
    Dates:
    August 15, 1867 August 16, 1867 August 17, 1867 August 18, 1867 August 19, 1867 August 20, 1867 August 21, 1867 August 22, 1867 August 23, 1867
  • Page 148

    Part of Journal (October 22, 1865 – December 31, 1872)

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    August 31, 1868 ~ Monday Aug 31, 1868 I spent the day in the garden & went to my field at night with my Teams to prepare for threshing September 1, 1868 ~ Tuesday Sept 1. I had my Grain threshed to day I had 226 Bushels of wheat 17 of Oats & 36 of Barley I felt vary thankful to get so much grain considering that we had so many grass hoppers through the whole season, to destroy the crops of the Earth. I returned to the City at night
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    August 31, 1868 September 1, 1868 September 2, 1868 September 3, 1868 September 4, 1868 September 5, 1868 September 6, 1868
  • Page 217

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    April 12, 1857 ~ Sunday 12th Sunday I attended the meeting at the Tabernacle Franklin Woolley [spoke] followed B[y] Clinton OMiner, Whitney & Wells in the afternoon Brother Chase President Young, & O Hyde in the after noon I attended the prayer Circle then went & took supper with J. C. Little & preached in the 13th ward was followed by Joseph Young & ...
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    April 12, 1857 April 13, 1857 April 14, 1857 April 15, 1857 April 17, 1857 April 17, 1857 April 18, 1857 April 19, 1857
  • Page 219

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1854 – December 31, 1859)

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    & Danilel Spencer Prayer by Bishop Hunter. it was quite an animating scene May 2, 1857 ~ Saturday 2nd I spent the forepart of the day in the office I spent most of the night watering May 3, 1857 ~ Sunday 3rd Sunday I was unwell I did not attend meeting in the fore noon I Attended meeting in the Afternoon David Candling preached in the morning was followed By James Mcknight & David ...
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    May 2, 1857 May 3, 1857 May 4, 1857 May 5, 1857 May 6, 1857 May 7, 1857 May 8, 1857 May 9, 1857 May 10, 1857 May 11, 1857 May 12, 1857 May 13, 1857 May 14, 1857