Halifax, County of Halifax, Nova Scotia, British North America

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  • Page 78

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

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    gallant sail about 100 feet from the upper deck which was the top of the rope ladders I could go no higher without climing a single bear rope so I retu- rned to the deck I found it required some presens of mind & caution to go up & down the riging of a ship as she was waving in the air we had a calm night May 11, 1841 ~ Tuesday 11th A strong west head wind but warm we sail 9 not an hour to the North we passed ...
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    May 11, 1841 May 12, 1841 May 13, 1841 May 14, 1841 May 15, 1841 May 16, 1841
  • Page 46

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

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    January 3, 1840 ~ Friday Jany 3rd A good day fair sailing & good breeze We were in full view of two sail one fore & the other aft of us We soon overtook the one before us & spoke to her & found her to be a British Brigg Sailed from Halifax & bound for Liverpool & 20 days at sea her Long was 33.30 she raised British colors. The Oxford raised american Colors & her Long was 34.40. ...
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    January 3, 1840 January 4, 1840 January 5, 1840 January 6, 1840 January 7, 1840
  • Page 196

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

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    February 26, 1849 ~ Sunday *256th [FIGURES] I wrote A letter to President Young & council concerning introducing school Books into the valley I sent them 13 school Books as A present from Sanborn & Carter of Portland Maine for their exhamination. I expressed my feelings upon the subject. I Also recieved A letter from Br Wm Maxfield of Wilmot Creek N. B. February 25, 1849 ~ ...
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    February 25, 1849 February 26, 1849 February 27, 1849 February 28, 1849 March 1, 1849
  • Page 174

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

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    November 2, 1848 ~ Thursday 2nd I spent the day writing. While at Br Henry Druce I saw a wonder. His son 4 years old was sick his stomach was enlarging they soon found he had worms they gave him a bottle of Dr Jayner's tonic vermifuge. take 1 tea spoonful, 4 of water, one of Shugar mix them together this he took at once twice a day untill it brought away 40 worms 26 of which were preserved in a Bottle, 18 inch long & half ...
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    November 2, 1848 November 3, 1848 November 4, 1848 November 5, 1848 November 6, 1848 November 7, 1848 November 8, 1848 November 9, 1848 November 10, 1848 November 11, 1848 November 12, 1848 November 13, 1848 November 14, 1848
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter to Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff, 29 January 1840

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    Jan" 29th 1840. At Alfred Cordon’s, Club buildings, Navigation road, Burslem, Staffordshire, England. My Dear Phebe While seated in a foreign land I once more take up my pen to fill a sheet for your perusal May grace, mercy, faith, peace, health, strength, & patience & resignation, rest upon you from GOD our Father & our LORD JESUS CHRIST. I have chosen a large sheet because I have much I wish to say unto you. I sent you a letter when I first arived in ...
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    January 29, 1840
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter to Brigham Young and Council, 15 February 1849

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    A large congregation, good order, And attention. this is the last time I have seen Elder Hyde: He went to Washington, to transact some business, And I took steem boat with my family to go East via Lakes. I will here name that while we were Journeying by land we all enjoyed good health And our youngest child which had been vary feeble in health from her birth improv much while on land but as soon as we took water began to run down. And we had to depend on milk we could ...
  • Page 5

    Part of Letter to Brigham Young and Council, 5 April 1849

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    But these things have no Effect or influence against us in the minds of any whose respect is worth having, but the public look upon them generally as a tissue of lies as they are, get up to suit the speculating times to gull the public & get money Notwithstanding this & Miss Lewis Book are circulated through the country. I can travel from Philadelphia to Halafax through every town & city preach & visit whae I please unmolested, ^& undisturbed^ unbisturbed, & are becoming quite ...
  • Page 3

    Part of Letter to Wilford Woodruff and Phebe Whittemore Carter Woodruff from Orson Pratt and Sarah Marinda Bates Pratt, 4 February 1850

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    Dear brother Woodruff : I received your letter of Jany 17^4^th, and I can assure you that it was a great treat to me. The news from the valley is really glorious: The Lord is truly favoring Zion. I should having^e^ written to you more frequently, but I have been too busy to write. I expect to take the Steamer in the fore part of March to Halifax and Boston. I am un- certain as to the day of leaving Liverpool, but I thinke ...
  • Page 1

    Part of Letter from James Frederick Cleary, 8 July 1845

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    Boston July 8th 1843 Dear Brother Woodruff I take this oppertunity of writing to you. As, I , understand that your business calls you all over England. I, wish to make you an agent for my Mother, I, must in the first place make you acquainted with the circumstances. We are Natives of Halifax, Nova Scotia and about forty five or seven years ago, George Peck the only Brother of Frederick Peck, left Halifax for England We do not know that this is the ...
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    July 8, 1843
  • Page 4

    Part of Letter from James Frederick Cleary, 8 July 1845

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    Letter from Elder[ Haney] - Frederick [Heany ]wishing to make me an agent for somebodys mother that thinks there is some property some where in England left her 20 or 40 years ago they live in Hallifax this letter is from Boston Mr Wilford Woodruff, Liverpool England 36 Chapel St. Great Britton [Postal stamp] Liverpool [LV 29 1&15 CA10] ...