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  • Page 79

    Part of Journal (January 1, 1841 – December 31, 1842)

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    May 17, 1841 ~ Monday 17th A strong W. head wind run 8 not an hour to the N.W. we are now gitting into great danger of the shoals & bottoms as wind is against us we can ownly about hold our own. the sea is much choped this morning appears some like Lake Erie We came in full view of Long Island at about 3 3 oclock P.M. A pilot boat hove in sight & made for us. About the same ...
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    May 17, 1841 May 18, 1841 May 19, 1841
  • Page 338

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

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    concerning our wreck and our mishion to England our names and dates &c. we left the Island at 3 oclok, & continued our Journey under a fair stiff breeze and a high wind in the night arived in sight of the Michelamackanack in the morning September 14, 1844 ~ Saturday 14th A cloudy still morning left Mishelomackanack 8 miles on on on our left passed many fishing for trout. We had a plesant time through the day and evening. September 15, 1844 ~ Sunday 15 ...
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    September 14, 1844 September 15, 1844 September 16, 1844 September 18, 1844
  • Page 94

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

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    priesthood must be a king & a Priest a person may have a portion of that Priesthood the same as Governors or Judges of England have power from the King to transact business but yet he is not the king of England. A person may be anointed king & priest before they receive their kingdom &c. At the close of the meeting I dim returned to Br Hammers & in the evening Elder O. Pratt Preached & was followd by few ...
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    August 7, 1843 August 8, 1843
  • Page 292

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

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    Blood of Prophets and Saints. Their was to be two Prophets in Jerrusalem slain, for they tormented them. Prophets are always a torment to the People for they tell them the truth, reprove their transgressions speak of the Judgments that are to come, when those prophets were to be slain the people all would rejoice & send Presents to one another because the prophets who had tormented them were slain, but in three days they stood upon their feet & the Joy of their enemies was of short duration. It is so now ...
  • Page 145

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

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    SIGNS IN THE LAST DAYS On the 9th of Aug 1840 their was a sign in the Moon the people at Great Marlvern Hills in Herefordshire Eng took a view of it through their glasses, the appearance of the moon was as if it were painted red & while looking at it one part of it fell in peices & the appearan ce of a soldier was seen in the moon with a white feath- er in his Cap the Number that was on ...
  • Page 169

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

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    August 10, 1837 ~ Thursday AUG 10th {Having the offer of a ride in Father Carter’s new chaise} I rode in company with Mrs Woodruff to Cyrus Fenderson's we had an interview with {sister} Aphia Woodmans Mother & Brother & Sister from thence we rode to Brother James Townsend & Saw Elders Hale & Holmes Sup'd with them & returned to Father Carters whare I was privileg'd with an interview with ...
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    August 10, 1837 August 11, 1837 August 12, 1837 August 13, 1837 August 14, 1837 August 15, 1837 August 16, 1837 August 17, 1837 August 18, 1837 August 19, 1837 August 20, 1837
  • Page 170

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

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    the place of meeting. When we arived the meeting had commenced, we conversed with the Deacon of the church, & informed him we were ser vents of the Lord, had a message to the people & wished to be herd. He con versed with the Baptist Priest by the name of Gideon J. Newton upon the subject, he did not object. we were invited into the stand & Mr Ne wton gave out an appointment for us to Preach at 5 oclock PM. When he closed his ...
  • Page 173

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

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    & seventies, esspecially, Kimble, Hide, Goodson & others in England. Of Page & Blakesley on Canida & many others we thought and spake of. While filled with these meditations, & the Promises of GOD, we fell upon our knees and thanked the God of heaven, & Prayed for all Israel, not forgetting the Church of Latter Day Saints, head nor foot. We plead with God for Joseph, & for all the Elders and ...
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    September 6, 1837 September 7, 1837 September 8, 1837 September 9, 1837 September 10, 1837 September 11, 1837
  • Page 77

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

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    to the poor widows of the Parish there was 26 Dwellings & a small garden to each, their was An aged widow in each appartment The youngest was 60 years of age & the oldest was 87 years they appeared quite comfort- able. We spent the night with Mr Cottom 10 miles May 7, 1845 ~ Wednesday 7th We walked to Clithero then to Chatburn I walked through the street that the Apostle Heber Kimball walked through with his ...
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    May 7, 1845 May 8, 1845
  • Page 78

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

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    rings or ilet holes fastened at a sutible distance along on the rod to the small end of it, one the end of the fine fish line is fastened 5 or 6 artifishal flies about 2 feet apart these are upon a small cat gut almost as small as a single hair, 25 or 30 feet of the line is unwond from the reel at the but of the rod running through the rings to the point the line is then flung upon the water the same as though it was tied at ...