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  • Page 141

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

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    for it is a decree of the Lord that evry tree fruit or herb bearing seed, should bring forth after its kind & cannot come forth after any other law or princi- ple. Upon the same principle do I contend that Baptism is a sign, ordained of God for the believer in Christ to take upon himself in order to enter into the kingdom of God, "for except you are born of the water & the spirit you cannot enter into the kingdom of God, saith the Savior, as It is a ...
  • Page 191

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

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    good crop And cleared the roots again sprung up And produced Another beautiful crop. three crops of Peas ripened on the same spot of ground And the peas of the crop raised used for seed. Beet seed planted this spring produced beets As thick as A mans leg And go to seed And yield A large quantity. Cabbage seed planted this spring produces seed Again." And many other good things were said. Wel may the Saints Praise the Lord And shout Hosannah for He has led his People through the wilderness deliverd them from his Enemies And given ...
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    February 3, 1849 February 4, 1849 February 5, 1849 February 6, 1849 February 7, 1849
  • Page 280

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

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    July 16, 1850 ~ Tuesday 16th After I got my oxen I drove 15 miles & camped on the Bank of the platt July 17, 1850 ~ Wednesday 17th Travled 25 miles & camped near plum creek July 18, 1850 ~ Thursday 18th Robert C Petty lost a child 6 month old it was buried in the morning July 19, 1850 ~ Friday 19th Travled 20 miles camped on the bank of ...
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    July 16, 1850 July 17, 1850 July 18, 1850 July 19, 1850 July 20, 1850 July 21, 1850 July 22, 1850 July 23, 1850 July 24, 1850 July 25, 1850 July 26, 1850 July 27, 1850 July 28, 1850
  • Page 8

    Part of Letter to George Albert Smith, 28 May 1856

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    their Royal Gardens. I count this a valuable opening for Utah for I believe the Royal Gardens Hew, contain as great and good a collection of fruit, grapes, flowers, and herbs as can be found in the world and I think it worth our attention. Yours truly W. Woodruff ...