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  • Page 242

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

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    September 5, 1857 ~ Saturday 5th we had an Express arived this Morning stateing that Gen ^Col^ Johnson was at Ash Hollow with some 2000 men traveling some 15 miles per day. Col Sumner had burned some 300 shians [Cheyennes] lodges killed some few Indians & 2 soldiers killed & 7 wounded & 60 men with Capt Jones & the wounded to Fort Kerney the Chians overtook them & cut them to peices so bad that no trace of them ...
    Dates:
    September 5, 1857 September 6, 1857
  • Page 287

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

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    January 11, 1858 ~ Monday Jan 11th 1858 I met with the Legislative assembly and spent most of the day in the assembly the subject arose with regard to taxes making Roads paying the armey ando Govornor Young made a speech upon the subject. He said let us drop taxes altogether and make our rodes and Bridges through the labor tithing also carry our mails with the loose horses and leasure boys and men who are not paying our tithing or doing any thing. As to a paper ...
    Dates:
    January 11, 1858 January 12, 1858 January 13, 1858 January 14, 1858 January 15, 1858 January 16, 1858 January 17, 1858
  • Page 359

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

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    Dec 28 came in cursing & swareing said that He had heard the dambedst tirade of abuse against him in the House & he would be dambed if he did not have the Hide of some of them, several in the House spoke vary plain upon the subject such as Clawson Cummings & O Hyde which kirk Anderson herd Mr Hartnet went with us to the social Hall on the way we met H B Clawson ...
    Dates:
    December 29, 1858 December 30, 1858 December 31, 1858
  • Page 413

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

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    June 10, 1859 ~ Friday June 10th 1859 A vary warm day I planted some sweet corn this morning I called upon President Young in the after noon. Brother Carrington red his last serman to him I gave him & President Young each a Calafornia Greening Aple President Young called at the office to attend our lessons in the Deseret Alphabet June 11, 1859 ~ Saturday 11th I spent the day {{making water gates watering the garden. We had a very hard wind ...
    Dates:
    June 10, 1859 June 11, 1859 June 12, 1859 June 13, 1859
  • Page 421

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

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    July 8, 1859 ~ Friday July 8th {{It is a cool morning. I spent the day in the office we had a hard rain in the evening and a shower in the night}} July 9, 1859 ~ Saturday 9th {{A cool morning I spent a part of the forenoon in the office I called at the
    Dates:
    July 8, 1859 July 9, 1859 July 10, 1859 July 11, 1859
  • Page 427

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

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    July 13 is not many Editors come among you by the looks of the papers published here. Y No and if they should we should be careful not to Employ them to publish for us G I think it would be a good plan to sow the Canida thistle all over the sage plains & deserts it would renevate the soil & make food for cattle. Y if that is your opinion pray dont tell the people of it for you could not introduce a worse plague if the people ...
  • Page 433

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

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    Aug 8th I spent the fore part of the day at home August 9, 1859 ~ Tuesday to August 13, 1859 ~ Saturday 9th to 13 I spent the week mostly Harvesting I laboured vary Hard. I had 7 acres of wheat, 1 of Barlrey 1 3/4 of oats 1 1/4 of Hungarian grass I washed wmy wheat clean & put about 2 quarts of lime & 1 1/2 of salt to the bushel & mixed it all up on a floor let it stand 24 hours I then sowed two ...
    Dates:
    August 9, 1859 August 13, 1859 August 14, 1859 August 15, 1859 August 19, 1859 August 20, 1859 August 21, 1859 August 22, 1859 August 23, 1859
  • Page 443

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

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    Oct 14th & foundation of the modern Governments of Europe Presidt Young said He had been informed that Col Forney and General Stambaugh wished that the probate court of Washington wCo would take up the Mountain Meadow massacree and it was thought that Gov Cumings was in favor of the same October 15, 1859 ~ Saturday 15th I spent most of the day in the Endowment House we gave endowments to some ...
    Dates:
    October 15, 1859 October 16, 1859 October 17, 1859 October 18, 1859 October 19, 1859 October 20, 1859 October 21, 1859 October 22, 1859
  • Page 2

    Part of Letter to Orson Hyde, 20 November 1860

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    a day strong East wind last Fridy Night which done much damage From Farmington to Box Elder they have said it was the hardest wind they have ever experienced in that region. It done no damage in this city except Blowing off part of the roof of the penetentiary, we have not heard all the particulurs from the North some Homes Blown down my roof Blown off Mail Carriers [theyll] have no Homes Blow down four [unroff] in Ogden my Hay stacks blown away [ grab ]a ...
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 16 July 1840

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    [page torn] Stoke upon Trent England July 16th 1840 Private My Dear Phebe I have got [page torn]ay choice fine presents for you in this bundle which I send to you in token of respect, which I hope & pray God, may fall into your hands in safety that you keep them in Memory of Willford & of the great & import- ant Mission which I am now filling. The elegant china Box which you will find in this Budle is considered one of the finest & best executed ...
    Dates:
    July 16, 1840