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  • Page 104

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

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    their Oxen, their Horses their Tents their armour and moove towards Zion as the children of Israel accordi- ng to the command of God as follows Arose in the morning at Br Camps & breakfasted at his house after which we repaired to the bank of a stream whare Prayers were offer'd up unto God when President Marsh led a young man into the waters of baptism & he was confirmed upon the bank of the stream under the hands of Presidents Marsh Patten &
  • Page 80

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

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    the latest news. The Editor Paid $45 dollars for the steem boat to bring him down to the ship to get the news we have been 29 days from Liver- pool to our casting anchor this morning, we raised our anchor in the afternoon & went in with the tide on to the quarentene ground & again droped our anchor the physician came on board searched the passengers & found them well, But we shall be quarrenteened untill tomorrow now is the time we need much patience & long ...
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    May 20, 1841
  • Page 258

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

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    May 11, 1844 ~ Saturday 11th We travled across the prairies this day to Br Justice Ames on Ceder Creek within 3 miles of Galesburg, it was the first time I had been on his farm he had a plesent place of 100 acres & 40 acres in corn & wheat they all appeared glad to see me we spent the night with them I talked with them untill about midnight. In the morning before we left, we lade hands upon Br Justice Ames & ...
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    May 11, 1844 May 12, 1844 May 13, 1844
  • Page 266

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

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    May 28, 1844 ~ Tuesday 28th We rode to Kalamazoo the finest town we saw since we left Nauvoo, the improvements are after the eastern fashion, from thence to Comstock a small village we turned to the right to cross a logway about a mile long through a ceder swamp our nigh horse stept between two polls & sunk in the mire & fell we laboured hard to get him out for near 15 minutes we had fears he would break ...
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    May 28, 1844 May 29, 1844
  • Page 170

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

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    September 3, 1840 ~ Thursday 3rd I felt some better this morning But am confin ed most of the day to my room Elders Kimball & Smith took a walked into the City September 4, 1840 ~ Friday 4th Elders Kimball & Smith took a walk to Debt ford, & I took a walk into the city called upon Br Corner found him in good Spirits. I also called upon A Mr
    Dates:
    September 3, 1840 September 4, 1840
  • Page 335

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

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    August 28, 1844 ~ Wednesday Aug 28th A vary busy morning packing up goods preparing to start, Recieving blessings, blessing People biding friends farewell, which occupied nearly the whole day. at 4 oclok in the evening I parted with the quorum of the Twelve at the Temple and star- ted on my Journey again for England, our company consisted of W. Woodruff wife and two children Hiram Clark & wife. And Capt [blank] Jones and wife & three Brethren that went came with their ...
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    August 28, 1844 August 29, 1844 August 30, 1844 August 31, 1844 September 1, 1844 September 2, 1844 September 3, 1844 September 4, 1844
  • Page 336

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

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    he lives in 1 mile of Greenfield, he wished to put in 400 bushels of wheat for the Temple September 5, 1844 ~ Thursday 5th Rode to Yrick Tavern took dinner had an interview with Mrs Alney. learned that Wm & Wilson Law had just passed before us, we rode to Mr Kimballs from Maine & spent the night September 6, 1844 ~ Friday 6th Rode across the Prairie swamped our horses, took breakfast at
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    September 5, 1844 September 6, 1844 September 7, 1844 September 8, 1844
  • Page 129

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

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    January 3, 1842 ~ Monday Jan 3rd I spent the day drawing wood for Albert Smith from the Island across the Missisippi river on the Ice January 4, 1842 ~ Tuesday 4th I drew wood from the Island for myself. One man while crossing the river broke through the Ice & lost his whole esstablishment under the Ice ie horses harness & slay January 5, 1842 ~ Wednesday 5th I spent the day drawing wood for ...
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    January 3, 1842 January 4, 1842 January 5, 1842 January 6, 1842 January 7, 1842 January 8, 1842 January 9, 1842 January 10, 1842
  • Page 15

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

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    April 11th 1834 Less than an hundred it was the will of the Lord that the yong men & middle aged what could be spared should go up to Zion. I told Brother Parley our circumstances he told me it was my duty to try to prepare myself and go up to Zion. And accordingly I used evry exertion to settle my accounts arange my affairs and prepare myself to join my Brethren to go to Missourie and on the 10th of Aprail Brother Harrey Brown & Brother ...
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    April 11, 1834
  • Page 18

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

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    May 1st 1834 respecting the gospel and Kingdom of God than I had ever receieved from the whole Sectarian world. According to appointment on the first day of May 1834 we left Kirtland for Missouri there was not but a small part of the company left Kirtland untill the Monday following on account of their not being in readi ness going five days later. There was four baggage waggons and rising of 20 men in the ...
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    May 1, 1834 May 6, 1834 May 8, 1834