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  • Page 143

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

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    Aug 16 1868 B. Young Jr spoke 25 MinutesAfternoon. A Carrington spoke 27 Minuts & Presidet Young spoke 27^5^ minutes [FIGURE] he said that the word Gentiles did not apply to Evry body out of the Church it applyed to those who were rebellious against God & his gospel there were many honorable men of the Earth who were not in the Church it did not apply to. I met in the Evening for prayer with the Presidency & Twelve. My Son Wilford & his wife ...
    Dates:
    August 17, 1868 August 18, 1868 August 19, 1868
  • Page 132

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

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    August 25, 1845 ~ Monday 25th In company with Elders Holmes, Ure, Roger & Travis we walked through the citty went through the simetry from the[r]e to the Cholery Monument erected in memory of the many hundreds of townsmen who wer suddenly cut down with the Cholery & buryed in deep pitts. They were treated in the following manner when any were taken unwell they were carried in a basket to the poor House the docters stood ready gave brandy & laudlum & when they ...
    Dates:
    August 25, 1845 August 26, 1845
  • Page 152

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

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    October 20, 1845 ~ Monday 20 [FIGURES] I recieved 4 letters & wrote 4 had A summons to pay taxes on the house I live for AD 1844 I was then in America 4 October 21, 1845 ~ Tuesday 21 [FIGURES] I recieved 4 letters today & wrot 4 my labours & cares are vary great that are resting upon me at this time Elder Dearden came & rehearsed his old complaint in the Mackelsfield Conference & wished us to try it over again 24 [FIGURE] P ...
    Dates:
    October 20, 1845 October 21, 1845 October 22, 1845
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to Asahel Hart Woodruff, 29 November 1836

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    Kirtland Geauga County Ohio Nov 29th 1836 Brother Asahel H. Woodruff Dear Sir As I have just taken my pen from a sheet directed to our Distant parents I thought pirhaps it would not be amiss to address a few lines to you as I have never had any reason to believe that you had lost that friendship or attachment towards me that I formerly have been made the partaker of an opportunity afforded. Notwithstanding years have rolled away between us since we saw each other face to face yet my ...
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 13 December 1839

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    Bowery 88. New York City, Dec. 13th. 1839. My Dear Phebe. Notwithstanding I sent you a long letter about twenty days since; I feel disposed to address you at this time; & could I but read a letter from you half as often as I write to you I should feel exceding thankful: but I make allowances for Sickness & miscarriage of letters &c. I have recieved one letter from you & that was great consola- tion to my feelings. This is the fifth letter I have written to ...
    Dates:
    December 13, 1839
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 13 December 1839

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    to all the Saints in Lovely Street, Montrose, & Commerce as far as they inquire. Brothers Young, Kimble, Taylor, Turley, Hadlock, &c. went to Kirtland & spent some time there & they say they would not like to have their familyis there for they think it harder times than it is in the west to get a living. Perhaps our friends in the West may wonder at our tarrying on this continant so long but the ...
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    Part of Letters to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff and the Smoots, 17 December 1839

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    94 King Street, New york Dec 17th 1839 My Dear Phebe In great haste I take my pen to write a few more lines to you merely to inform you of my Departure from New York for Liverpool. I shall go on board tomorrow in company with Elders John Taylor, & Theadore Turley & shall sail Thursday morning the 19th inst we shall probably reach Liverpool in less than 20 days as the winds are generally faf^v^orable this season of the year ...
    Dates:
    December 17, 1839
  • Page 183

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

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    January 1, 1849 ~ Monday JAN 1st 1849 Monday this is the first day of 1849 we have traversed in our minds and recorded some things which has transpired during the past year what the present year will bring to pass time must determin. But I have no boubt [doubt] but the peresent year will chronicle events of equal importance with the past As the crices has commenced with the past it will progress with the future untill all nations will be constrained to acknowledg their is A God in Heaven whose hand is stretched out to ...
    Dates:
    January 1, 1849 January 2, 1849 January 3, 1849 January 4, 1849 January 5, 1849 January 6, 1849 January 7, 1849 January 8, 1849
  • Page 193

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

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    February 15, 1849 ~ Thursday Feb 15th 18489 [FIGURES] To President Young And Council 2 sheets On Territorial Bills And Government 1 sheet To Historian 1 sheet I wrote A letter to President Young And Council containing two full sheets of fools cap writing in my Journal Hand giving an account of my leaving Council Bl[uffs] my meetings at Mount Pisgah & Garden Grove, My providential delivery from Death, visit at the Temple &
    Dates:
    February 15, 1849
  • Page 201

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

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    mostly to Calafornia one Captain was vary sorrowful in conseq[u] ence of having to leave his family so long was about on the point of Giving it up & going home the last I saw of him Cape Cod is a plesant place for a summer residence they ha[ve] a sea breeze from evry point of compass, plenty of fishing on evry hand the soil most altogether sand, upland pitch & wh[ite] pine low land ceder what crops are raised is mostly done by dressing the land with fish, distance ...
    Dates:
    March 20, 1849 March 21, 1849 March 22, 1849