John Brown

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  • Page 68

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

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    February 1, 1840 ~ Saturday Jan 3 Feb 1st I walked to Burslem & spent the Day & to Hanley & to spent the night 4 mil February 2, 1840 ~ Sunday Feb 2nd Sunday I Preached in Hanley was opposed by a Methodist Priest but he went of[f] confounded I met with the Saints in Burslem & adminis tered the sacrament unto them & blessed 6 children. I preached in the evening in Hanley to a ...
    Dates:
    February 1, 1840 February 2, 1840 February 3, 1840
  • Page 180

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

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    November 30, 1837 ~ Thursday Nov 30th Thanksgiving day I Preached in the schoolhouse & spent the night with Mr William Simonton in com -pany with Mr Earrow a universalest preacher December 1, 1837 ~ Friday Dec 1st walked to Mr Ames & Hopkins preached in their house at night distance 3 miles December 2, 1837 ~ Saturday 2nd Preached at Br Ames at night & walked through the mud to Mr
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    November 30, 1837 December 1, 1837 December 2, 1837 December 3, 1837 December 4, 1837 December 5, 1837 December 6, 1837 December 7, 1837 December 8, 1837 December 9, 1837 December 10, 1837
  • Page 181

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

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    December 11, 1837 ~ Monday Dec 11th Wrote a Letter to Elder DON C. SMITH & sent him five subscribers for the Journal and $5 dollars for the same for the following Persons. Elisha Grant $1. David Stone $1. Coburn Tyler $1. John Brown $1. Robert Harsen $1. I also gave an account of three ^3^ Baptized making the church 17 in all Since Nov 20th. I Preached at night in the Mansfield ...
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    December 11, 1837 December 12, 1837 December 13, 1837 December 14, 1837 December 15, 1837 December 16, 1837 December 17, 1837 December 18, 1837
  • Page 259

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

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    January 12, 1850 ~ Saturday Jan 12th 1850 [FIGURE] I wrote 7 letter to J. Livingston, J. Luce T. Cartwright D. Turner, S. Wells D. Carter and J. Townsend I recieved two letter from [FIGURE] S. Wells & S. Tuttle January 13, 1850 ~ Sunday 13th Sunday I Preached in Cambridgeport January 14, 1850 ~ Monday 14th [FIGURES] I ...
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    January 24, 1849 January 12, 1850 January 13, 1850 January 14, 1850 January 15, 1850 January 16, 1850 January 17, 1850 January 18, 1850 January 19, 1850 January 20, 1850 January 21, 1850 January 22, 1850 January 23, 1850 January 25, 1850 January 26, 1850 January 27, 1850 January 28, 1850 January 29, 1850
  • Page 261

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

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    February 10, 1850 ~ Sunday 10th Sunday I Preached to the Saints fwas followed by Elder Hardy & others I had a good meeting I spent the night at Mr Burbanks. February 11, 1850 ~ Monday 11th I called upon Br Samuel & Josigah Hardy then rode to Cambridgeport & spent the night at home 35 February 12, 1850 ~ Tuesday 12th I spent the day in part in Boston with Brother ...
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    February 10, 1850 February 11, 1850 February 12, 1850 February 13, 1850 February 14, 1850 February 15, 1850 February 16, 1850 February 17, 1850 February 18, 1850 February 19, 1850 February 20, 1850 February 21, 1850 February 22, 1850 February 23, 1850
  • Page 373

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

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    Himself we are on the stage of action & we have our part to act in this great work and I rejoice that we have a prt in the work and that it may roll on spedily is my Prayer April 7, 1852 ~ Wednesday April 7th House filled at an Early hour to overflowing conference opened at 10 ock. Singing & Prayer By Elder Sherwood President Young then said we shall take up the Authorietis of the ...
    Dates:
    April 7, 1852
  • Page 22

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

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    for I do not consider that I am worthy of that appelation Father in the Priesthood implies the great head, the term would be proper to Father Adam. Jesus had reference to the same thing when He told his deciples not to call any man Father on earth for their Father was in heaven. The seal of the covenant that I have been speaking off to day was what the Apostle saw previous to the destruction of the wicked when the Angel was commanded not to fear pour out the vials of ...
  • Page 42

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

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    May 1, 1847 ~ Saturday May 1st 1847 [FIGURE] This was an interesting day to the hunters of the Camp of Israel. It was vary cold Ther stood at 30° with strong North wind the hunters put out & the camp started on the Journey. Before breakfast travled 6 miles & camped on the Prairie in sight of a herd of buffalo of 200 feeding on the bluff to our right. three ownly of the hunters started out after them they rode near them & left their horses ...
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    May 1, 1847
  • Page 64

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

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    June 9, 1847 ~ Wednesay 9th We started at 5 oclok & drove one mile into better feed & turned out our teams, the brethren traided some for robes mogacines, & skin shirts & pants with the Hunters who camped near us and at about 7 oclock 15 waggons of our party was chosen to go forward to make a boat to ferry the Platt; they went forward we followed them, the traiders started at the same time soon another party of traiders over took [us] who were direct from
    Dates:
    June 9, 1847 June 10, 1847
  • Page 85

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

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    July 25, 1847 ~ Sunday July 25 Sunday This is the first Sunday that the Latter Day Saints ever spent in the great ^salt Lake valley^ Utah Territory|bason. we washed shaved & cleaned up & met in the circle of the encampment. Meeting was opened by the bishops & G A Smith Preached ^the first sermon while standing upon the cannon^ an interesting discourse & was followed by H. C Kimball & E. T. Benson all of which spoke unto edification An intimission of 2 ...
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    July 25, 1847 July 26, 1847